Mike Cumberland is an owner of Georgetown Title and manages its Georgetown office. He joined Georgetown Title in 1993 as Vice President and Branch Manager of the Round Rock office. His experience in the title industry began in 1985 with Stewart Title Company where he served as Vice President and Branch Manager in San Antonio and El Paso, Texas.
Mike currently serves on the Board of Directors for Georgetown Title, Longhorn Title Company, and Title Manufacturers, Inc. He is a 1985 graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance. He and his wife, Karen, have two children.
Vice President and Plant Manager
Connie joined Georgetown Title in 1979 as a title examiner. Her career in the title business began in 1964 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Connie has also worked for Stewart Title Company in Dallas and Irving, Texas; and Minnesota Title Company in Conroe, Texas.
Senior Vice President
David Hays is an owner of Georgetown Title and manages its Round Rock office.
David graduated from Southwestern University in Georgetown with a BBA in business and economics and served as a County Commissioner in Williamson County from 1992-2004. He is a former chair for the YMCA Williamson County Metro Board of Directors.
He is on the Board of Trustees of the Seton Williamson Foundation and is a board member at the Texas Baptist Children's Home. He and his wife, Tammy, have four children and seven grandchildren.
Katie Lewis, a Central Texas native, joined Georgetown Title in 2013. Her experience includes public relations, grassroots campaigns, event planning, materials development, and marketing. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from Auburn University in 2006, and remains active in Auburn's alumni chapter in Austin.
Katie is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Round Rock and Past Chair of the ASCEND emerging leaders program through the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce. She serves as vice-chair for the Jarrell Chamber of Commerce board of directors and secretary for Preservation Georgetown.