Walter Ledda

Walter Ledda is an a entrepreneur, philanthropist and a classically trained concert violinist.

As one of the first founders of the nation’s first internet-based mortgage provider.  Later, as an executive with a debt-relief services company, he saw a need for the automation of debt resolution services, especially among lawyers who worked with financially-strapped clients.  It was at this point he envisioned automating the complex paperwork required of the legal profession, allowing a virtually paperless workflow for America’s law firms.

It was at this point, Morgan Drexen was created.  He worked with some of the top software engineers in the business to create “Morgan Drexen Integrated Systems,” or MDIS.  The small company of five had humble beginnings, but since 2007, has grown to fill five floors of office space in Costa Mesa, CA, with more than 325 employees.

Ledda’s charity work has helped the sick children of Orange County through his donations and company work with CHOC Children’s and was recently named to the Orange County/Inland Empire Make-A-Wish Development Committee.