SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Capital Collection Management (CCM), a full-service accounts receivable partner offering compassionate, compliant, and innovative revenue recovery solutions, is proud to announce that industry veteran Tammy Vandenbroek has joined the team as Vice President of Institutional Relationships.
With over 30 years of experience in the accounts receivable management industry, 12 of which were spent managing collections in higher education, Vandenbroek brings a wealth of knowledge to the CCM team. In this role, she will be responsible for CCM’s growth and expansion into new markets: building and managing industry partnerships, bringing CCM’s full suite of solutions to the medical, financial, academic, and government sectors, and driving revenue across the business.
“CCM takes an empathetic, consultative, and compliance-driven approach to revenue recovery, but what truly differentiates us from other agencies is our people,” said Jacob Corlyon, Co-Founder and CEO of CCM. “Tammy’s passion for building relationships and her ability to provide long-term payment solutions make her a welcome addition to the team. We’re lucky to have someone as experienced and well-respected in the industry as she is joining us.”
In addition to accelerating CCM’s growth, Vandenbroek will be instrumental in launching new services and solutions to clients.
“Having built my career in this space, I understand the unique challenges that credit unions, healthcare facilities, government, and higher education institutions face and the need for an accounts receivable partner who offers great service,” said Vandenbroek. “CCM is unlike any other agency I’ve come across in my career and I couldn’t be happier to join a company who is disrupting the perception of collections by helping companies and their customers strengthen their finances.”
Vandenbroek previously served as an Executive Vice President at Reliant Capital Solutions and was with ConServe for more than a decade.
She is an ACA-certified collector and supports the ACA Women in Consumer & Commercial Finance Conference. She is active in community nonprofit organizations including Habitat for Humanity and Amani House. Vandenbroek earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo.
About Capital Collection Management
Capital Collection Management (CCM) provides modern, technology-driven revenue recovery solutions, debt purchasing, and litigation services for enterprises that need engagement with empathy, experience with compliance, and excellence in revenue recovery. Leveraging state-of-the-art analytics and machine learning combined with a service-focused approach, CCM helps organizations from a variety of industries protect their brands and improve their bottom lines. To learn more, visit www.capitalcollect.com and follow us on LinkedIn.