Bridget Coleman

Licensing Manager since 2015

“In the end, only three things matter: How much you loved, how gently you lived and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”
If someone is down, Bridget Coleman brings them up. She makes sure to treat everyone with dignity and respect at all times and to help others whenever they need it.
One of the best qualities about Bridget is that she is a leader, not a boss. She always tries to bring others up with her by sharing her wealth of knowledge. She encourages me to step out of my comfort zone, and she rejoices at my success, which makes me more confident in my own abilities. Bridget is a vital member of the Loanwise family, because she does everything in the best interests of this company and its family members every day.Rachel Garland, Licensing Specialist

Bridget joined Loanwise because of its core value of treating coworkers and customers like family. As she explained, “It is so much better than a cold corporate atmosphere, because we care about each other. The support here is very important.” Indeed, Bridget herself has been instrumental in fostering the warm, open culture of Loanwise, as well as extending the company’s reach from coast to coast.

Bridget has been with us from the very beginning, helping to mold the company. The 30-plus states we are licensed in today are because of Bridget’s hard work, diligence and attention to every little detail that has to be correct in order to get a license approved. Not to mention, she has impeccable taste in boots!Ashley Zych, Event and Marketing Manager

When she’s not managing mortgage licenses, Bridget pursues her passion for music. Describing herself as “a rock-and-roll singer from way back," to this day Bridget still sings in bands all over Florida whenever she has the opportunity. Her favorite song to perform is “I Can’t Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt, and her favorite venue is Hog’s Breath in Key West, where she was a member of the house band.

In between songs, Bridget has come across all kinds of colorful characters in the Keys — including Kevin Costner, whom she once encountered in a local biker bar unknown to tourists. He taught her how to say “dances with wolves” correctly in Sioux Lakota.

When she’s not getting language lessons from celebrities, Bridget enjoys kicking back at home. One of her long-time companions in this was a conure parrot named Kirby, who lived to be 32 years old. Bridget fondly recalls that whenever a football game was on, he loved to yell “Go blue!” no matter who was playing.

Future Goals: To finish out her career at Loanwise and then get a tiny house on the beach with a giant wall TV.