Nicole Booth serves as Vice President of Public Policy and State Government Affairs at Quicken Loans, the nation’s largest online home loan lender. Nicole advocates for the company’s government agenda through regulatory and legislative activities and focuses on fintech related business and policy issues, such as eClosing, client communications and data protection. She joined the Quicken Loans Family in August 2012 and has the honor of leading the QL 50 State Branch of the Government Affairs Team.
Prior to Quicken Loans, Nicole was a member of the K&L Gates Public Policy and Law Practice in Washington, D.C., where she worked on financial services, higher education and the State of Michigan policy issues. Nicole also spent time on Capitol Hill working on legislative issues in the personal office of former Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp and former New Hampshire Congressman Jeb Bradley.
Nicole was awarded the Five Star Institute Rising Business Leader Award and named one of the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association’s 2019 Rising Star Award honorees and Women in Housing & Finance’s 2019 40 under 40, which honors professionals with demonstrated success in housing or financial services while promoting diversity and inclusion in their career and volunteer efforts.