About Integrity Title’s Executive Team
Shina Parker is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Integrity Title & Escrow Company, LLC. Her entrepreneurial spirit fueled her determination to change the image, conversation, and culture of the title industry. In 1999, she was inspired to build a first-class woman owned and operated title company designed to improve the title industry appreciation of minority businesses and their capability to do excellent work while elevating the consumer’s understanding regarding the importance of the title process from A to Z. She continues to satisfy her ultimate objective, which is to serve all clients with respect, dignity, and fairness by means of unbiased pricing and excellent service; to ultimately give clients a peace of mind at settlement.
With over thirty years’ experience in the real estate title industry, her firm specializes in settlement closings for both commercial and residential clients throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia. In 2015, she expanded her real estate Commercial Division to serve her growing commercial clientele nationally. Integrity Title & Escrow Company continues to be a change agent for residential and commercial settlement closings because of their outstanding service, an innovative use of technology, and their knowledge of the latest advances in the industry. As a result, Integrity Title & Escrow Company, LLC. is now recognized as one of the leading woman-owned title companies in the State of Maryland.
Monzella Saunders Owings
Monzella Saunders-Owings is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Integrity Title & Escrow Company LLC. As part owner of the company, she oversees the day-to-day internal operations. She has over 20 years-experience as a commercial real estate attorney and serves as the lead counsel for the Commercial Division of Integrity Title.
Monzella has an impeccable reputation in the commercial real estate industry and is recognized for her many accomplishments with getting complicated deals done; in particular, the closing of the Water Street Towers, which was the second air rights acquisition in the history of Baltimore City and the acquisition of Exelon corporate headquarters at the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Monzella has closed a variety of commercial real estate transactions, both locally and nationally, including municipal bond-financed transactions; LIHTC transactions; FHA and FannieMae commercial loan closings; and affordable housing and new market tax credit deals. Her clients include builders, law firms, developers, hotel chains, commercial lenders, faith-based institutions, and municipal and state housing organizations. She graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a B.A. in Government and Politics in 1988 and earned her J.D. from George Washington University National Law Center in May 1992.