The LOGS Network appoints new chief revenue officer

The new executive will have oversight over the network's sales and marketing efforts

The LOGS Network appoints new chief revenue officer

The LOGS Network, a legal network representing the mortgage servicing and consumer credit industries, has appointed Jason Shapiro as its new chief revenue officer. 

Shapiro will exercise oversight of the national sales, marketing and business development efforts for all The LOGS Network law firms, title companies, and affiliated entities. He will be based in the network’s operations headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla.

“It is with great pleasure and personal pride that I am announcing the addition of Jason Shapiro to The LOGS Network executive team,” said Gerry Shapiro, chairman of The LOGS Network and father of Jason Shapiro. “As we continue to position our enterprise for the future, it is of paramount importance that we focus on the next generation of our leadership. Jason, along with Kay Schinker (chief operating officer), Jaqueline Comeau (chief compliance officer), Jamie Zelvin (general counsel) and our partners across the country, will form the foundation that carries the LOGS Network forward. My partner, David Kreisman and I are proud of what we have accomplished over the last 40 years and are excited to watch our partners and operational leaders carry on the tradition of performance excellence that has been the focal-point of our management style and secret to our success.”

Prior to joining The LOGS Network, the younger Shapiro served as the president of Title & Abstract and owner of ERA Rising Realty. He also held senior positions in real estate investment and acquisitions at B2r Finance and Invitation Homes.

“The LOGS Network is the largest legal services provider of its kind in the country and has set the standard over the last four decades,” said Jason Shapiro. “I am thrilled to join my father, his partner David, and all the partners and executives across the country in carrying forward our tradition of excellence.”