Old Republic National Title Holding Co.
Carolyn Monroe serves as President of Old Republic National Title Holding Company. She has 37 years of progressive experience and leadership in both direct and agency operations in the title insurance industry.
Her impressive career began in 1982 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she worked for a large, national title insurance underwriter. During her time in New Mexico, she spent 13 years learning all aspects of the title business. In 2005, she moved to Texas. Between 2005 and 2009, she continued to successfully advance to significant management and leadership positions.
Ms. Monroe joined Old Republic Title as Vice President and Southwest Direct Operations Manager in 2009. Initially, she managed operations in New Mexico, as well as in Conroe, Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. In 2011, she was promoted to Senior Vice President and Southwest Region Manager for the Company’s Central Title Division, which involved oversight of 50 offices in Texas and New Mexico, with over 1,000 employees. During her tenure with Old Republic Title, she has overseen phenomenal growth of the Southwest Region in both the agency and direct operations.
Ms. Monroe became a member of Old Republic Title’s executive leadership team and was appointed Executive Vice President of Old Republic National Title Insurance Company and President of Old Republic Title Holding Company on December 31, 2015, overseeing the Company’s Western Title Division, including operations in: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
She was promoted and appointed to her current position, President of Old Republic National Title Holding Company, in January 2019.
Throughout her career, Ms. Monroe has supported and volunteered her services to the title insurance industry and to professional business associations. She served as President of the New Mexico NAIOP (a commercial real estate development association) and Chairman of the Board for both the Albuquerque Economic Development and the Economic Forum.
She was appointed to and served on the New Mexico Gaming Commission by former Governor, Bill Richardson. She has served as the President of the New Mexico Land Title Association (NMLTA) and was awarded the Citizen of the Year Award by NMLTA. She is a proud member of the American Land Title Association.