CLFP Foundation Adds 18 New CLFPs

The Certified Lease & Finance Professional (CLFP) Foundation added 18 individuals who recently sat through and passed the online proctored CLFP exam. They are:

  1. Shayan Adl, CLFP Associate – senior relationship manager, Dext Capital
  2. Jessica Anderson, CLFP – project analyst, U.S. Bank Equipment Finance
  3. Lisa Burks, CLFP – vice president of documentation, Equify Financial
  4. Graham Falde, CLFP – vice president, U.S. Bank Equipment Finance
  5. Monica Hawk, CLFP – assistant vice president, credit, North Mill Equipment Finance
  6. Joshua LeClere, CLFP – collections manager, S. Bank Equipment Finance
  7. Dante Lockhart, CLFP – analyst, North Mill Equipment Finance
  8. Michelle MacCalman, CLFP – contract administrator, Dext Capital
  9. Laura Morin, CLFP – retail sales representative, distribution finance services, U.S. Bank Equipment Finance
  10. Timothy Murphy, CLFP – equipment lending officer, Machinery Partner
  11. Daniel Nuss, CLFP – senior vice president, business line leader, U.S. Bank Equipment Finance
  12. Sarah Nyseth, CLFP – sales support manager, U.S. Bank Equipment Finance
  13. Daniel Presciutti, CLFP – vice president of sales, food and beverage division, First American Equipment Finance
  14. Krystle Riggi, CLFP – business analyst IT, North Mill Equipment Finance
  15. Adam Shuman, CLFP – assistant vice president, lender Finance, First Citizens Bank Equipment Finance
  16. Annette Simmons, CLFP – documentation specialist, Equify Financial
  17. Kim Tieu, CLFP – credit manager, Dext Capital
  18. Hannalora Van Nevel, CLFP – quality analyst, U.S. Bank Equipment Finance

“I chose to pursue the CLFP designation, as, although I have been in the industry for a while in various sales and leadership positions, most of my exposure and experience have been limited to a few areas and only a high level in others,” Nuss said. “The program is a great, fully encompassing and detailed view into all the major aspects of our industry. It has allowed me to broaden my understanding and embrace the areas with which I was not as familiar. It was challenging, but extremely rewarding!”

“U.S. Bank continues to provide its employees with so many opportunities to support both personal and professional growth,” Anderson said. “Studying and sitting for the CLFP was a great way to learn more about the equipment finance industry and the many components that go into building its foundation. It helped me understand the “why” behind the “what.” Not only did it offer up an incredible professional development opportunity, but it was also a very impactful personal growth journey.”

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