Senior Mortgage Expert to Speak at Wilson College Commencement


CHAMBERSBURG- Dave Lucchino ’89, the Senior Vice President of Operations and Operational Risk for Freddie Mac Single Family Operations, will address the graduating class of 2024 at Wilson’s 154th annual commencement ceremony Sunday, May 5.

Lucchino was one of the first graduates of the Wilson College Adult Degree Program, receiving his Bachelor of Science in business and economics in 1989. After graduation, he began his career working at a mortgage company in Frederick, Md., eventually moving into senior operational roles in mortgage loan origination and servicing for JPMorgan Chase, CitiMortgage, and other industry leaders, prior to becoming a consultant with Freddie Mac.

“We are honored that Dave Lucchino is returning to campus to help celebrate such an important day in the lives of our undergraduate and graduate degree students at Commencement,” said President Wesley R. Fugate, Ph.D. “His impressive business acumen and successful career will inspire our students to pursue their passions and make their dreams reality.”  

Throughout his career, Lucchino guided global organizations through significant transitions to accelerate the delivery of both corporate and customer goals. Since officially joining Freddie Mac, he has focused on operations and leveraged his industry experience to identify and implement numerous opportunities to improve efficiency, reduce credit loss, and improve the experience for Freddie Mac clients and homeowners. His work has included overseeing Servicing Products, Securities Operations, Accounts Receivable and Operational Risk and Compliance. These departments focused on loss mitigation, investor reporting, accounts receivable, operational risk and compliance, back-office support for all mortgage-backed securities and a variety of other critical processes that support Freddie Mac and its origination, servicing, and investor partners.

Founded in 1869, Wilson College is a private coeducational liberal arts college offering bachelor’s degrees in 32 majors and 40 minors in high-demand and innovative fields including education, nursing, equine studies, veterinary nursing, and sport management, as well as graduate degrees in education, fine arts, the humanities, nursing, and organizational leadership. With degree programs of study available in person and online, the College is committed to making higher education accessible and affordable for today’s students. Visit for more information.  

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