SCOTTSDALE — Fidelity National Title Agency announced this week that Diane Day, who possesses 36 years of title and escrow expertise, has been promoted to president/county manager.
Day has been a vital member of Fidelity National Title’s leadership team for 14 years. She was promoted from Senior Vice President of Operations. Fidelity National Title operates a number of branches in the Valley.
Day’s primary responsibility was to manage and mentor each of the branch managers and their teams. Day’s 36 years in various facets of the title industry have given her insight and expertise in the commercial, residential and builder arenas.
In her new role, Day will oversee the management of personnel, production, financial results and market penetration for escrow and title related services. She will continue to manage and mentor branch teams as well as the ancillary departments at Fidelity National Title.
“Diane’s breadth of experience comes not only from holding positions such as Escrow Officer, Escrow Manager and Operations Manager, but also from her philosophy of collaborative leadership,” said Jim John, Executive Vice President and Division Manager with Fidelity National Financial.
“Her passion for title and escrow will continue Fidelity National Title Agency’s long track record of providing an unmatched customer experience.”
Day is involved with local industry groups including NAIOP Arizona, ULI Arizona and Valley Partnership. She gives back to the community through her philanthropic endeavors with Phoenix Children’s Hospital and as a certified rescue diver.
Day is also actively involved with organizations for the preservation and conservation of the ocean.
“I believe to live your best career life, you must remain humble, curious and coachable,” Day said. “Creating a culture of empowering leaders to live their full career potential and to be part of the journey where individuals accomplish more than they ever thought possible is what I strive for.”
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Day moved to Arizona when she was 4 and was raised here. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Arizona.
Away from the office, Day enjoys playing the flute, the outdoors, golfing, hiking and spending time with her family, which includes three children and three grandsons.