Marvin A. Earle is a member of the Parkland Memorial Hospital Board of Managers in Dallas, Texas. His professional career began as a Nurse Recruiter for the 400 bed teaching hospital of Meharry Medical College, Human Resource Manager as Labor Union negotiator for an Outpatient Ambulatory clinic and Marketing Director for Riverside Adventist Hospital, all located in Nashville, Tennessee. During this time, he was appointed Colonel Aide de Camp by Governor Lamar Alexander for community and civic public service. As a senior banker for 20 years serving lending giants Wells Fargo Bank, N.A and J. P Morgan Chase, Marvin has received advanced underwriting certifications in mortgage lending, default administration, loss mitigation, CRA Fair lending audit reviews of purchased loans, commercial real estate lending and medical/dental group financing. During the S/L financial crisis of the 80’s, he was managing partner of the CRC Group Inc. that specialized in Asset Management, loan modifications exceeding $1 million dollars LTV and commercial asset disposition for failed financial intuitions held by the FDIC/Resolution Trust Corporation. Marvin received various awards and recognitions from the banking/mortgage/real estate industries and was recognized by Operation Hope at the 2013 Hope Global Financial Dignity Summit, for his global advocacy to eliminate poverty, famine, debt and Oppression in 3rd World Countries. He is also a member of the National Association of mortgage brokers. Recently, Marvin received an appointment from the National & Community Service Corporation, AmeriCorps, charged with strengthening inner city communities through economic development, Tax Credit Incentive Financing and civic engagement with Mayor Mike Rawlins, “Grow South Initiative 2015” for the City of Dallas. He is currently serving a 3 year commitment as Planning & Zoning Commissioner for the city of Lancaster, Texas and was recognized by its Mayor, Marcus Knight for his deep commitment, devotion and public service as the city experienced during his commission record economic development growth. Marvin is a 2014 Civic Leadership Academy Alumnus. Dallas based Economic Partners Investing in Communities recognized Marvin’s valuable “Safer Dallas” advocacy efforts during the Texas legislature 2015 session, lobbying for body cameras for Texas Peace Officers “Operation Blue Shield” campaign. His current board appointments include the Lone Star Chapter of the Lupus Foundation and the Urban League of Greater Dallas, Finance Chairman. Marvin also serves on the Executive Committee Board of the Pine Forge Academy Foundation, his high school Alma Mata as Vice Chair of Fund Development for the $15 million dollar capital improvement campaign. Marvin was recently appointed to the Dallas County Democratic County Advisory Committee and Precinct Chairman respectively. Lastly, his most recent collaboration this year was the passage of a $125 million Bond passage for the Lancaster Independent School District. Marvin and his wife, Dr. Diane Earle have been married 36 years and enjoy family time with their 3 adult children, their spouses, and 4 grandchildren. His undergraduate Bachelor of Science studies began in his hometown of upstate New York at the University of Rochester and he is an Alumnus of Oakwood University located in Huntsville, Alabama.
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