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CLP Connection Summer 2017

CLP Congratulates New Certificants

Congratulations to the 28 professionals who passed the Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) exam during the first exam window of 2017. The exam was offered April 1 through May 15. The CLP Board of Governors welcomes these new certificants to the global community of Certified Licensing Professionals. A searchable database of all CLP-certified professionals is available online

Linara Axanova, University of Pennsylvania
Richard Catalina, Jr., Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, PA
Chun Meng Chan, Microsoft Corporation
Jonathan Cook, Idaho National Laboratory
Jason Dahlman, The Ohio State University
Kathleen Gersh, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Katherine Moynihan Gray, Indiana University Research & Technology Corporation
Feng Han, Dupont
Sungyong In, Ichthus International Law PLLC
Quinton King, Techlink
Kannan Krishnamurthy, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Jason Lilly, Neogen Corporation
Lingling Liu, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Jonathon Lobbins, Medtronic
Cheryl Mccaffery, Duke-Nus, National University of Singapore
Rebecca McFadyen, Akerman LLP
Matthew McNeill, Rite-Hite Holding Corporation
Clifford Michaels, Emory University
Andrew Morrow, University of Minnesota
Jeff Pixton, AUI
Kenneth Prue, Merck And Co., Inc.
Natasha Sanford, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Christopher Spadea, Navigant Consulting
Benjamin Thiede, Stemcell Technologies
Kazuhide Tsutsumi, Microsoft Corporation
Jackson Wegelin, Gojo Industries
David Wilhite, Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation
Sau Wei Ophelia Yeung, Samsung Research America


Exam statistics for all previous testing windows, are available online.  

Has Your Credential Expired?

Did your CLP credential expire earlier this year? If your CLP credential expiration date was within the previous year, you may still renew the credential without sitting for the CLP exam. CLP offers a one year grace period during which individuals may renew the credential by completing the CLP Recertification application and paying the recertification fee in addition to a late fee. You do not need to notify CLP of your intent to take advantage of the grace period. Simply login to your account and complete the application, but don't wait - the grace period ends exactly one year following the original expiration date.

  

CLPs in the News

Lou Berneman, CLP, is the Managing Director of Texelrate and Founding partner of Osage University Partners. In this recent post, titled Negotiators are Born and Bred, he explores his 10 rules for principled negotiation.

 

Do you want to share your accomplishment or announcement or that of a colleague with fellow CLP certificants and colleagues? Celebrate a recent promotion, special designation, higher education degree, or other noteworthy achievement by sending a brief summary with your name and contact information to clpinfo@licensingcertification.org. Submissions are due December 1, 2017 for inclusion in the next issue of CLP Connection scheduled for release in January 2018.

 

View the Rest of CLP Connection, Summer Edition, 2017

Follow the link below to find the rest of the most recent edition of CLP Connection. Find program new, deadline reminders, professional development information, and more. 

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if you did not receive the most recent version, please verify that your contact information on file with CLP is up-to-date. Email clpinfo@licensingcertification.org for assistance.

 

 

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