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NITA welcomes South Jersey native

Marlton, NJ — National Integrity Title Agency (NITA), a full-service title insurance and settlement agency for commercial and residential real estate, welcomes Natalie Madanick as its newest account executive to the NITA team. After years of owning her own business, Madanick will put her entrepreneurial experience to work, researching, planning and implementing new target initiatives. She will also be responsible for setting goals for business and revenue growth then pursuing leads and developing strong client relationships to achieve them. Although a primary focus is the commercial marketplace, Madanick will also source residential clients, working hand-in-hand with NITA’s sales and operations teams to support the company’s overriding objectives and commitment to providing high-level, dedicated service.

Prior to joining NITA, Madanick held various positions including most recently founding Natalie Madanick Health, her own company that provided one-on-one and group coaching support to help people implement lifestyle changes for improving mental and physical health. Her background in business development has led to years of connecting with people in positions with the Philadelphia Youth Network, Philadelphia Workforce Development Corporation, EducationWorks and Aramark Corporation. Outside of work, Madanick is active with the Katz JCC, Kol Ami, Jewish Federation as well as other regional organizations.

“From the moment I met with George and Fran, the connection was clear. NITA is a family and one filled with passionate individuals who share a goal of exceptional service. I cannot be more excited to take on this new role,” said Madanick, who often references George Addair’s quote “Everything you want is on the other side of fear” and approaches any next chapter with positive excitement. The South Jersey native went on to add, “I live in the moment and now NITA is my focus. I look forward to leveraging the relationships I’ve established over the years and building new ones.”


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