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Meet the Credentialing Board


John Morris, Chair, Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning, Management, College of Charleston, P.E., CFM, CEM, CPE, LEED AP, GBE, CEFP, APPA Fellow 

“Credentialing is important, not just to show that you are qualified, but also to show that you have a strong enough dedication to your role in order to make the effort to earn a credential. Quite often that says more about you as an individual than the qualification itself. APPA’s CEFP is the only certification that demonstrates your qualifications for educational facilities and also demonstrates your dedication to the educational facilities profession. I encourage everyone to pursue their APPA credential.”

Casey Martin, Vice Chair, Jacobs, Program Manager, CEFP, AIA, CFM, CEM, PMP, AICP

Ted Weidner, Secretary Treasurer, Associate Professor, Purdue University, Ph.D., PE, AIA, CEFP

“Statistics show that workers move to different employers several times over their working life. Having a credential such as the CEFP demonstrates you have the necessary knowledge and experience to address the needs of educational facilities. The credential is not a rubber stamp of “time served”. The CEFP demonstrates you have the ability to synthesize complex information.” 

Elizabeth A. Clark, Budget Analyst III, Penn State University, APPA Vice President for Professional Development, M.Ed., CEFP

Emmet Boyle, Director, Maintenance & Utilities, University of Regina, CEFP, EFP

Randy Gentzler , Vice President for Finance and Treasurer, Loyola University Maryland

E. Lander Medlin, APPA Executive Vice President

Christina Hills, APPA Director of Credentialing & Benchmarking

Kelly Ostergrant, APPA Credentialing Coordinator, CAP

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