Jillayne Schlicke researches, writes, and instructs education courses for the real estate and mortgage industries as the owner of CE Forward, Inc. Jillayne also provides consulting services in the areas of compliance, mortgage lending law, mortgage fraud, ethics, and communications.
Jillayne is the founder of The National Association of Mortgage Fiduciaries, which serves the mortgage lending industry by raising ethical standards, creating a framework for industry self regulation, publishing articles on ethics and compliance, and helping the industry prepare for the emergence of fiduciary duties.
Jillayne received an M.A. in Psychology from Antioch University in Seattle and studied psychology, philosophy, and business ethics. Jillayne presents hundreds of classes and workshops each year, has published numerous articles for various publications, has been appointed to 38 professional association chair positions or committees and has received 14 industry awards including “Instructor of the Year” from the Seattle King County Association of Realtors and “Affiliate of the Year” from the Washington State Assoc of Realtors. In 2013 she was chosen as one of “100 Most Influential Real Estate Thought Leaders” by Inman Real Estate News.
Jillayne has completed the Mortgage Bankers Association’s School of Mortgage Banking Courses I and II.