Rosalie M. Escobedo

Rosalie M. Escobedo
Director of Business Development

“Rosalie Escobedo is responsible for the business development, client relationships, and overall firm marketing for Mackie Wolf Zientz Mann law firm in Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee. At the Firm, she was previously responsible for the management of the litigation business unit operations. At her former company, as the Program Manager for VRM Mortgage Services, Rosalie was responsible for the litigation management of VRM clients, serving as a key liaison for legal issues. She uses her 12+ years of marketing, legal, sales, and management experience in the default industry, to achieve operational success and produce business development opportunities.

Rosalie currently serves as a WILL Chair, earned the 2020 JPEG Picture the Future award, the 2022 MBA Path to Diversity Scholarship, was nominated to be a 2022 Five Star Women in Housing Award recipient, and is an industry published author. Her newest endeavor is in serving on the Texas Women Mortgage Bankers host committee. She is involved in advocacy and is a member of the MBA Mortgage Action Alliance, participating in advocacy pursuits in Texas and at the national level.

Ms. Escobedo also served in the capacity of Director of Marketing and Legal Training for law firms with legal services in real estate and other areas of law. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Loyola New Orleans College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Texas. Rosalie devotes her time civically by serving as an election judge, precinct chair, and county Party officer. She also serves on a ministry Board and on a Board representing county citizens and dabbles in some grassroots and ministry podcasting.


  • J.D., Loyola University New Orleans College of Law (2008)
  • B.A., Political Science, University of North Texas (2003)
  • MBA MAA (Mortgage Action Alliance)
  • ALFN WILL (Women in Legal Leadership), WILL Chair
  • Texas Women Mortgage Bankers, Host Committee
  • MBA mPower”