The CLFP Foundation creates, promotes and maintains equipment finance industry standards through professional development education as well as involvement in and contributions to the industry. Reinhart’s election to the board signals the high regard she is held by her peers, her decades of accomplishments in finance and her tireless pursuit of excellence.
Reinhart, who joined CoreTech in her executive position in 2019, has worked in every element of the lease lifecycle. She knows the challenges and responsibilities that come with each position and encourages creative solutions and outside-the-box thinking. This insight into each role within the organization enables her to bring empathy to building an empowered team.
“I take tremendous pride in my CLFP certification and participation in the foundation to uphold the standards of the lease and finance industry,” Reinhart said. “I have always set my focus on playing the long game and have cultivated a very strong sense of integrity over my career. I truly look forward to contributing to and learning from my time on the CLFP board of directors.”
“Candace sets the tone and standard for excellence, and that is truly a unique quality that has tremendous benefits outwardly to clients and the industry as a whole, as well as inwardly to our staff and employees,” Scott McFetters, president of CoreTech Leasing, said. “We are thrilled that she has achieved this professional accomplishment but not surprised. Everyone at CoreTech and all of our clients, colleagues and partners benefit from Candace’s high standards of professionalism. Congratulations, Candace!”
CoreTech Leasing is an independent technology and equipment lessor.
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