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Teresa L. Gregory, DBA, CMB

President, Traditions Mortgage and President, York Region

NMLS#: 414909

Dr. Teresa L. Gregory, DBA, CMB, President, Traditions Mortgage, joined Traditions Bank in 2010. Dr. Gregory has over 30 years of experience in residential mortgage lending. Over her career, Teresa has managed many areas of mortgage lending including origination, processing, underwriting, closing, secondary market, post-closing, and construction lending. She is the Chair of the ABA Mortgage Markets Committee, a member of the PA Bankers Lending Advisory Committee, and had previously served on the Federal Home Loan Bank’s MPF Advisory Board. Additionally, she serves on RAYAC’s Foundation Board, as well as RAYAC’s DEI committee. Named one of the Central Penn Business Journal’s Women of Influence for 2017, Dr. Gregory is actively involved in the Affordable Housing Advocates, currently serving as Treasurer. She is Chair of the Board of York Builders Association and is a board member of York County Libraries. Teresa is also a past Board member of York Benevolent, Community Progress Council and the Crispus Attucks Charter School. In 2022, Dr. Gregory passed the written and oral Certified Residential Mortgage Banker (CMB) Exam, earning the CMB designation.

Community Involvement & Professional Affiliations

American Bankers Association

Chair, ABA Mortgage Markets Committee

PA Bankers Association

Member, Lending Advisory Committee

York Builders Association

Chair, Board of Directors

Realtors® Association of York and Adams Counties

Member, Foundation Board and DEI Committee

Society of Certified Mortgage Bankers

Member

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