Faculty Profile: Elizabeth Wysong Berg

Elizabeth Wysong BergNational Agency Vice President for Education & Training at FNF Family of Companies

Elizabeth J. Wysong Berg is the National Agency Vice President for Education & Training at FNF Family of Companies.  Previously, Elizabeth was an underwriter in multiple states and in private practice handling title claims for various title insurance underwriters.  Her private practice also involved handling real estate transactions and litigation, property and casualty insurance defense, and estate work.

Elizabeth is a graduate of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. Elizabeth is an active member with the American Land Title Association serving as the Chair of the State Legislative/Regulatory Action Committee and on the Digital Closing Task Force Executive Committee. She currently is the President of the Indiana Land Title Association and has served many years on various committees as well as being the Government Affairs Chair and Education Chair. She also is active with the Indiana State Bar Association. Elizabeth has earned the National Title Professional designation from the American Land Title Association and the Indiana Title Professional Designation from the Indiana Land Title Association.

Kelsea Laun joined NATIC as an underwriting counsel with over 15 years of legal experience with a focus on real estate transactional work, consumer bankruptcy, and title insurance claims litigation.  From her home office outside of Atlanta, Georgia, Kelsea provides legal and underwriting support to NATIC agents throughout the southeast.  She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida and her Juris Doctor from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Kelsea is an active member of the Tennessee Land Title Association and the Southeast Land Title Association,  and is licensed to practice law in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina.