Members Awarded PSP Certificates

Congratulations to the following WAEOP members (and 4 additional members who asked that we not print their names) who were awarded PSP certificates on September 15, 2016 and January 15, 2017. You can all be proud of yourselves for this recognition of your hard work and growth, both personally and professionally.

Karla Barton, Advanced lll, Option l & CEOE
Linda Conti, Advanced lll, Option l & CEOE
Dorine Hunt, Basic, Option I
Marilyn Jenkins, Advanced l, Option I
Anna Johnson, Advanced lll, Option ll
Ray Keyes, Associate Professional, Option ll
Ebbeni Moen, Advanced lll, Option l & CEOE
Cheryl Parker-McLane, Associate Professional, Option I
Karen Rang, Basic, Option ll
Mary Stephens-Bell, Bachelor Degree, Option ll & CEOE
Sandy Warner, Advanced l, Option ll & CEOE

And congratulations to the following WAEOP members (and one more who asked us not to use her name) who have demonstrated their commitment to continued growth and lifelong learning by recertifying their certificates. They are: Laureen Andersen, Mona Freeman, Elaine Theriault and Lisa Wilkinson.

What is PSP anyway?
The Professional Standards Program (PSP) is a voluntary program established by the National Association of Educational Office Professionals (NAEOP) to encourage office professionals to grow professionally. The four components include 1) experience in an educational office setting, 2) education, 3) in-service, and 4) association responsibility. PSP is for everyone. As an affiliate of the NAEOP, WAEOP  promotes PSP and supports people who are working on certificates. You can get more information at on the PSP page.

Have you earned a PSP Certificate?  Each April, we celebrate each member who has earned any level of PSP certificate within the past year. If you earned a PSP certificate, please come to the annual conference April 28th & 29 so we can honor you for your accomplishment. The certificates are a tangible representation of many hours of in-service training, professional development, committee work and membership in your professional organizations. They are evidence of your commitment to professionalism and lifelong learning. Come to conference so your peers can recognize your accomplishments and be inspired toward their own. Please contact your PSP Chairperson, Cheryl Smith at if you have questions.

More about the Professional Standards Program at NAEOP PSP

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