Announcing HPF’s Counselor of the Year, 2012: Daniel Burnham
HPF is extending a heartfelt congratulations to Mr. Daniel Burnham, the recipient of the 2012 Homeownership Preservation Foundation’s (HPF) Counselor of the Year Award.
Mr. Burnham of Money Management International (MMI), one of HPF’s network counseling partners, was recognized for the high standard of counseling that he provides to the distressed homeowners who call HPF’s national HOPE Hotline at 888-995-HOPE (4673). Based in Warwick, RI, Mr. Burnham was acknowledged for his outstanding abilities in guiding homeowners through budgeting and loss mitigation processes. Additionally, Mr. Burnham’s strong leadership role and peer-mentoring initiatives among his colleagues made him an exceptional candidate for this award.
“I couldn’t be more proud of Daniel for being selected by HPF as their Counselor of the Year,” said Jeanine Lipka, Vice President of Housing and Bankruptcy Services at MMI. “He continues to emulate all of the qualities of an outstanding counselor, and he is an integral part of both the MMI and HPF teams.”
Mr. Burnham has been counseling homeowners who call HPF’s HOPE Hotline since 2010. In the last year, HPF received over one million calls from homeowners across the country.
To determine the inaugural HPF Counselor of the Year, HPF’s seven partner agencies were each asked to nominate one counselor who goes above and beyond the call of duty. Mr. Burnham was anonymously chosen as the recipient based on this nomination, which featured a narrative of his merits and achievements during the 2012 calendar year.
On behalf of all of us at HPF, we salute Mr. Burnham for the time and dedication he has demonstrated in helping to guide homeowners on the path to financial stability. It is because of compassionate, professional counselors like Mr. Burnham that so many homeowners are able to reach a sustainable solution and avoid foreclosure. Congratulations, Mr. Burnham!