CLFP Foundation Adds 15 New CLFPs

The Certified Lease & Finance Professional Foundation reported that 15 individuals recently passed the eight-hour online proctored CLFP exam, including:

  • Caleb Bakos, CLFP – Equipment Finance Sales Executive, Huntington National Bank
  • Miranda Borgemoen, CLFP – Account Manager – National Accounts, Huntington National Bank
  • Brian Even, CLFP – Credit Service Specialist Three, Huntington National Bank
  • Matthew Hecimovich, CLFP – Senior Underwriting Analyst, Channel
  • Brittany Hough, CLFP – Customer Experience Manager, Huntington National Bank
  • Aleksandra Karcz, CLFP – Senior Portfolio Manager and Assistance Vice President, Huntington National Bank
  • Wayne King, CLFP – Equipment Finance Sales Executive, Huntington National Bank
  • Amy Kuester, CLFP – Equipment Finance Sales Coordinator – Team Lead, Huntington National Bank
  • Rochelle Ledbetter, CLFP – Operations Director, Huntington National Bank
  • Christian Martin, CLFP – Portfolio Manager, Huntington National Bank
  • Joshua Muldoon, CLFP – Senior Account Manager, Taycor Financial
  • Ryan Schario, CLFP – Equipment Finance Sales Executive and Vice President, Huntington National Bank
  • Jennifer Splavec, CLFP – Senior Funding Manager, Taycor Financial
  • Erin Stenhaug, CLFP – Manager of Data Analytics and Reporting, Huntington National Bank
  • Jacob Wachholz, CLFP – Senior Finance Manager, Huntington National Bank

All graduates recently attended an Academy for Lease & Finance Professionals (ALFP) as the final step in their CLFP journey before taking the exam.

“I chose to pursue the designation to simply further my knowledge of the industry as a whole and test myself,” Muldoon said. “I predominantly work within sales, and I felt like I wanted to increase my knowledge of the other parts of the equipment financing industry. This is going to help my career greatly. I think to truly be an asset to the industry, it is important to be well-rounded; the CLFP offers the best way to achieve that.”

“[The] CLFP allowed me to expand knowledge and skills beyond my daily responsibilities. I strongly believe that the CLFP designation will help me to be a great asset to my employer and customers. Giving back to the industry as an experienced and well-educated professional is something that I care about,” Karcz said. “The CLFP designation will allow me to be a better resource for the customers to support their equipment finance business needs and identify new opportunities.”

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