Be at the Heart of Housing
Fannie Mae serves the people who house America. We work at the heart of housing by providing reliable, affordable mortgage financing in all markets at all times. This gives more people the opportunity to buy, refinance, or rent homes and apartments. Working at the heart of housing also means continuously improving our company and our industry. We work tirelessly to build a stronger, safer, more efficient housing finance system that continues to create housing opportunities, in all communities across the nation, for generations to come. Creating these opportunities is what drives the people who work at Fannie Mae.
To be America’s most valued housing partner
Provide liquidity, access, and affordability of credit, in all markets at all times.
We view culture as one of our most important differentiators. That means ensuring our employees find challenging and fulfilling work; continuous learning and development; and a culture committed to rewards and recognition. We are a leader in diversity and inclusion, and are driven by our vision, mission, and values.
We are comprised of business areas all working together in support our vision, mission, and values, including:
Whether you want to buy a home, send a child to college, or get your financial house in order, we have benefit providers who are ready to help with long-term financial planning, personalized financial advice, retirement modeling, and retiree medical plan access. Our benefits allow you to work one-on-one with experienced professionals to protect you and your family, grow your investments, and build a stable future. Additionally, employees are able to utilize volunteer time each month, and can obtain donation matching for 501(c)(3) public charities. Since 2012, Fannie Mae has committed 7 days to an annual, company-wide volunteer event – 7 Days to SERVE. Visit Fannie Mae’s benefits page to find out more.
Fannie Mae is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Fannie Mae is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment, unless to do so would cause undue hardship to the company. If you need assistance using our online system and/or you need a reasonable accommodation related to the hiring/application process, you may contact us by e-mail.
Our employees also have access to resources that allow them to proactively manage and build their careers through online training with more than 1,500 courses form highly regarded sources, instructor-led training and customized leadership development programs, StartPartner, and ACE Program. You can read more about professional development opportunities on Fannie Mae’s site.
Diversity and Inclusion
Fannie Mae's goal is to support an inclusive culture that enables all employees to be fully engaged and feel respected and valued for who they are, enabling them to do their best work and achieve the company's vision. Twelve different Employee Resource Groups—such as In-Visible Inclusion, Veterans, Young Professionals, and Progressive Organizational Programs (POP)—offer employees of all backgrounds and interests a chance to connect, learn, and grow as we support Fannie Mae's important work.
We focus on a diverse workforce as a critical component of our success. “Having a work environment that supports diversity and inclusion enables us to fulfill our vision of being America’s most valued housing partner,” says Timothy Mayopoulos, President and Chief Executive Officer. Today, Fannie Mae is one of the most diverse companies in the financial services industry. Our goal is to continue to have a company where employees can do their best work, be their best selves, and experience continuous growth.