What’s Your CEBS Story? With Marg Romanow, CEBS

Earning your Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) designation is a learning journey.  Along the way, you acquire valuable employee benefits knowledge and relevant new skills.  As you apply what you’ve learned to your work, you can forge a unique career pathway that is truly your own.  Here’s a designee’s CEBS story.

A Chat with Marg Romanow, CEBS

Marg Romanow, CEBS
Benefits Officer
Saskatchewan Union of Nurses

Marg Romanow, CEBS
Marg Romanow, CEBS
How has pursuing your CEBS designation demonstrated that you are a lifelong learner and an expert in your profession?

“Enrolling in the CEBS program was my first return to education following my formal education. It illustrated that I could accomplish taking classes again and writing exams. The CEBS program provided information directly related to my work and gave me additional confidence in addressing issues at work since I knew the industry standards. Completion of each module of the CEBS program gave me confidence and a sense of accomplishment in advancing my education successfully.”

Has obtaining your designation expanded your professional network?

“I took CEBS through night classes. As a result of the night classes, I have made lifelong friends and connections in the benefits industry.”

Could you share a story about how you prepared for your CEBS exam and applied what you learned to your work?

“When I took the CEBS courses, my children were younger. The CEBS program provided a project that was for me. It gave me a sense of independence from the demands of family obligations. I would schedule CEBS study time and plan my life accordingly.

The fundamental principles of benefit programs that I learned from CEBS have supported me in many discussions. The information provided by CEBS has allowed me to better understand benefit reports and ask pertinent questions about benefit plans. As a result of taking the CEBS program, I had confidence to continue on to take many additional courses and programs. I am a lifelong learner as a result of the CEBS program.”

How has earning your CEBS designation supported you in your role?

“The CEBS designation has supported my role in addressing pension and benefit issues. CEBS provided the key points of benefit plans with the rationale to understand them. It has allowed me to delve into benefit issues with more proficiency and confidence since I knew the essential components of benefit plans.”

Have questions about the CEBS designation? We can help! Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3, or email cebs@ifebp.org.

Congratulations to The Newest CEBS® Graduates!

New CEBS Graduates

View the full list of new CEBS graduates and see if you recognize any of your colleagues. Be sure to congratulate the graduates you know with a personal message or shout-out on social media using #CEBSGoals. Earning your CEBS designation is a great accomplishment, and it feels even better when it’s recognized by others.

Congrats to the newest CEBS grads!

Cynthia Banks-Jones, CEBS
Anna Beasley, CEBS
Andrea Bennett, CEBS
Sarah Bisson, CEBS
Pete Bixler, CEBS
Rachell Bowers, CEBS
Andrea Bredael, CEBS
Judith M. Brown, CEBS
Dylan Burenheide, CEBS
Nisa Cable, CEBS
Angela Chisholm, CEBS
Alicia Clark, CEBS
Robert A. Clark, CEBS
Cindy K. Corcoran, CEBS
Kelly Noel Davis, CEBS
Benjamin Ekhaus, CEBS
Michael A. Ell, CEBS
Gretchen Feldmann, CEBS
Courtney L. Fritts, CEBS
Cindy Gautreaux, CEBS
Alca Gideon, CEBS
Mary Glatch, CEBS
Kevin Handzlik, CEBS
Heidi Hanna, CEBS
Mariah Hinson, CEBS
Tyler Joseph Jones, CEBS
Elizabeth A. Kidder, CEBS
Sarah Koenig, CEBS
Sara Kosar, CEBS
Ricia Lansing, CEBS
Erin Mannix, CEBS
Emer T. McCaul, CEBS
Amanda McCorkle, CEBS
Jennifer McKeever, CEBS
Jessica Mellieon, CEBS
Margaret Meyer, CEBS
Katherine Miller, CEBS
Bridgett Mary Mills, CEBS
Sandra Monahan, CEBS
Kimberly Porter, CEBS
John Puccio, CEBS
Parker Scott, CEBS
Patricia J. Seno, CEBS
Shannon Shearin, CEBS
Agnes Sowa, CEBS
Bryan Spivey, CEBS
Daniel Lee Taylor, CEBS
Ashley Trester, CEBS
David VanAuker, CEBS
Liza D. Wilhite, CEBS
Mary L. Wilkosz, CEBS
Tammy Woodman, CEBS
Tara Yohe, CEBS

Now picture yourself on this list! Continue on your journey to earning your CEBS designation.

Do you need guidance on your CEBS journey?  Whether you’re about to take your first step or you’re getting close to reaching your designation, we’re here to help!  Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3 or e-mail cebs@ifebp.org.

Congratulations to The Newest CEBS® Graduates!

New CEBS Graduates

View the full list of new CEBS graduates and see if you recognize any of your colleagues. Be sure to congratulate the graduates you know with a personal message or shout-out on social media using #CEBSGoals. Earning your CEBS designation is a great accomplishment, and it feels even better when it’s recognized by others.

Congrats to the newest CEBS grads!

Cynthia Anderson, CEBS
Paul Barker, CEBS
Erica Bestwick, CEBS
Jasmin Chandra, CEBS
Chad Fellows, CEBS
Shannon Hamilton, CEBS
Martina Heilmeier, CEBS
Maria Hudcovic, CEBS
Alison Hughes, CEBS
Timothy Knight, CEBS
Laila Lee, CEBS
Ni Mao, CEBS
Lindsay Naylor, CEBS
Hoang Trung Nguyen, CEBS
Andrés Forero Ortega, CEBS
René G. Pohl, CEBS
Melissa Priestley, CEBS
Katherine T. Saarlaid, CEBS
Adam Shaen, CEBS
Kari Tkach, CEBS
Claire VanBlarcom, CEBS
Mike Vettese, CEBS

Now picture yourself on this list! Continue on your journey to earning your CEBS designation.

Do you need guidance on your CEBS journey?  Whether you’re about to take your first step or you’re getting close to reaching your designation, we’re here to help!  Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3 or e-mail cebs@ifebp.org.

Hello, CEBS Virtual Exams!

Hello, CEBS Virtual Exams!

CEBS exam day. This used to mean that I would select my date and exam time weeks in advance through Prometric’s website and count down the days as I continued to study and retake the practice test over and over. I had a routine for each exam—I would get up early that morning, pack up my Study Guide binder and notes, head out in my car, stop for a coffee and park outside the Prometric office. I’d study for about 30-45 minutes in my car before going inside for my appointment. After all, this routine had been successful for me in the past, so I kept it up for each exam!

Well, CEBS exam days have changed over the last year with the launch of virtual exams. If you haven’t yet taken an exam virtually, I’m here to give you the lowdown on the “new” routine, and I think you’ll like it.

Let’s take a look at my Top Ten Tips for CEBS virtual exams:

  1. No commute! No drive to a Prometric test center—You can test from home or your office.
  2. You’ll need a laptop or desktop and a stable internet connection to take your exam. 
  3. You’ll receive an email with a link to access your exam when you first register for the exam. I’d suggest logging in prior to the day you plan to take your exam to get familiar with the testing environment—Just don’t click “start” for your actual exam until the day you plan to take it.
  4. Make sure you clear off your desk. You need to have a clean workstation without your study materials accessible. Just like exams taken at Prometric, this exam is not to be taken using notes or materials.
  5. Allow enough time to take the test. This is a two-hour timed exam, and there is a countdown clock on the screen as you are testing.
  6. You are able to mark questions for review within the online exam so you can revisit them before you submit your final answers.
  7. The questions are all multiple choice, and the exam contains three different styles of multiple-choice questions.  
  8. A score of 70% correct is required to pass each exam. Your score will be reported as either pass or fail.
  9. When you click to submit your final answers, wait about five to ten seconds for your exam result to appear on the screen.
  10. Take a deep breath. You’ve prepared for the exam, and you’ll do great! I’m rooting for you 100%!

If you have more questions about the exams or are ready to sign up for your exam, reach out to our Certified Employee Benefits Specialist customer service team at cebs@ifebp.org.


Rachel Oliver, CEBS
Manager, CEBS Program Development at the International Foundation

What’s Your CEBS Story? With Travis Johns, CEBS

What's Your CEBS Story

Earning your CEBS® designation is a learning journey. Along the way, you acquire valuable employee benefits knowledge and relevant new skills. As you apply what you’ve learned to your work, you can forge a unique career pathway that is truly your own. Here’s one designee’s CEBS story.

A Chat With Travis Johns, CEBS

Travis Johns, CEBS
Senior Director, Client Solutions and Team Lead
Employers Health

Travis Johns
How has expanding your professional network supported you in obtaining your designation or helped you attain success?

“I was able to participate in active discussions with industry peers working toward the same designation. These conversations allowed for sharing of best practices and, in some cases, expanded beyond the designation entirely. Additionally, the process provided invaluable opportunities to connect with CEBS professionals who offered tips and advice on the process and its intricacies. Ultimately, these conversations have grown my personal network. As a professional benefits organization, my employer holds multiple educational events throughout the year—many that qualify for CE credits. These events allow me to engage with other designees or reconnect with those whom I have encountered previously. All the connections have provided me with invaluable resources and knowledge that I am able to share with both my clients and my colleagues.”

How has pursuing your CEBS demonstrated that you are a lifelong learner and an expert in your profession?

“The CEBS designation propelled me to obtain my master’s degree in health care administration. I was able to utilize concepts learned through the CEBS program during my MHA courses. ISCEBS provides a tremendous amount of educational opportunities and resources that aid in post–CEBS designation learning. It is not uncommon that concepts, resources or recommendations that I provide my colleagues or clients originated from my CEBS experience.

Employee benefits may seem simple from the outside looking in, but the industry is complex and changes rapidly. I believe continued learning and education are imperative to becoming and remaining successful, and a CEBS designation is a natural step in the process.”

Could you share a story about how you prepared for your CEBS exam and applied what you learned to your work?

“One of the most memorable moments that I had while studying for my CEBS exam came during the Retirement Plans Associate (RPA) portion of the certification. Working with many large self-insured employers throughout the country, I had already gained a tremendous amount of familiarity with group benefits. I had not been as entrenched with the retirement section. I remember standing in my kitchen, drinking coffee and reading my notes page by page. I went through this exercise probably 15 times that day, coupled with the four pots of coffee I also consumed. I have been able to apply that knowledge to multiple conversations with clients or colleagues. Having that retirement background allows me to provide additional value to the discussion and not be a bystander when the conversation goes outside of my health benefits experience.” 

How has earning your CEBS designation has helped your professional development?

“I am blessed to work for an organization that genuinely values continuing education. The CEBS designation certainly aided my career development. The leadership team at Employers Health saw that I was utilizing what I learned through the CEBS courses and applying that knowledge in my work with our clients. More importantly, I believe the designation has enhanced my critical thinking skills.

At Employers Health, our focus is to truly serve as an extension to our clients’ benefits teams. I know that to be successful and ensure that my clients realize true value, my job is to aid in the process of enhancing their experiences, improving their outcomes and helping them achieve lower benefits cost. Working for an organization that offers solutions ranging from collaborative PBM purchasing, medical, vision, dental and an EAP, it is always important to keep a pulse on all facets of the benefits industry. CEBS empowered me be more of an extension to the clients I serve and demonstrates that resting on laurels is never an option for me. I am glad that I was encouraged by my company and devoted the time to go through the designation process. I would encourage others who might be on the fence to take the leap!”

Have questions about the CEBS designation? We can help! Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3, or email cebs@ifebp.org.

Create Good Habits for CEBS Success—Three Tips to Study Smarter

Create Good Habits for CEBS Success—Three Tips to Study Smarter

Without a doubt, studying is a key ingredient in the recipe for CEBS success! Developing valuable new knowledge and skills takes time and effort. Try these tips to refresh your tried and true study habits for the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist designation.

1. Block off a power hour for studying on your calendar three to five times a week. Putting your plan in writing makes you more likely to commit to studying.

2. Break tasks into small, manageable pieces.

  • Read two pages of your textbook every hour when you have free time. Give yourself time to reflect on what you just read.
  • Work on one page of the Study Guide every day. Define the key terms in your own words. Be sure you can answer Content Knowledge Review questions.

3. Use your smartphone to record a brief audio overview of yourself talking about the definitions and concepts that are most challenging for you to grasp in each module. Listen to the recording each time you drive or go to the gym.

Have questions about the CEBS designation? We can help! Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3, or email cebs@ifebp.org.


Christine Vazquez, CEBS, ISCEBSFellow
Manager, Professional Development at the International Foundation

Two Paths to Reporting CEBS Compliance Credits

Reporting CEBS Compliance Credits

It’s been a while since I earned my Certified Employee Benefit Specialist® (CEBS®) designation, so when it comes to staying CEBS Compliant, I’m all in. I want others to know that I keep my benefits knowledge current, year after year.

As with most “paperwork” types of tasks, I used to put off entering my credit hours. That is, until I got a grip on the easy ways to report my credits. Below, I share two easy ways to enter credits and a bonus tip for getting even more glory for your CEBS Compliance status!

CEBS graduates are considered “CEBS Compliant” by the earning and documenting of 30 credit hours over two years. (See Compliance Guidelines for details on determining  your reporting period, as activities completed outside of these dates can’t be reported.)

You likely complete more than enough educational activities each year to remain CEBS Compliant—Why not get recognized for it? Reporting CEBS compliance is easy! Here are two approaches to tackling the task.

Path 1: Simple Self-Reporting

Enter each eligible educational activity completed since the start of your reporting period. This is best done as you complete activities rather than entering them all on December 31 in a panic.

How to enter your credits manually:

  1. Go to www.ifebp.org/myprofile and log in
  2. Click the big orange button, “Manage Your CEBS Compliance Credits”
  3. Enter each activity, select the sponsoring organization, fill in the title and date of the activity, select a content domain and document the number of hours
  4. Click “Add Activity”
  5. Repeat for each qualifying educational activity you complete.

Path 2: Automatic Credit Entry

Among the many benefits of achieving ISCEBS Fellow status is the fact that Fellows are automatically CEBS Compliant for one or two years, depending on their route to Fellowship:

  1. Complete both the health and the retirement tracks of the ISCEBS Fellow Exam, and you’ll be an ISCEBS-Fellow and CEBS Compliant for two years. Complete either the health or the retirement track of the Fellow Exam, and you will be a Fellow and CEBS Compliant for one year.
  2. Complete a CEBS new curriculum course that you have not previously taken to earn two years of Fellowship and two years of CEBS Compliance.

International Foundation e-learning courses also offer automatic credit entry. Your Compliance credits are automatically reported to your record when you pass the course exam. (Compliance credits vary, depending on the length of the course completed.)

Bonus tip! Make sure you claim your CEBS Compliance digital badge to add to your signature line and your LinkedIn profile. Digital badges are a great way to show your accomplishments in a verifiable way. Learn more about how to claim your badges here.

Do you need guidance on reporting CEBS compliance credit? We can help! Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3, or e-mail cebs@ifebp.org.


Ann Godsell, CEBS
Director, Professional Development Marketing at the International Foundation

Meet Your CEBS Instructor: Jeff Billard, CEBS

Meet Your CEBS Instructor

Getting started on something as important as earning a credential can be challenging. You are inspired to begin, and it takes perseverance to continue to make progress as you confront unfamiliar content. Many CEBS candidates rely on CEBS Online Study Groups With Instructor Support for extra help on their learning journeys.

CEBS​​ online study groups are an optional educational resource designed to complement the self-study approach. Offered over a 12-week session, online study groups provide structure to your study efforts and are facilitated by established and experienced CEBS professionals.

What does an online instructor do?

Your online instructor has many roles, including:

  • Designing all content and activities in your class to help you retain knowledge and study for your CEBS exam
  • Facilitating live review sessions
  • Monitoring the discussion forum to provide clarification and guidance to learners
  • Creating discussion questions for each module and Benefits in Action Mini Cases to stimulate engagement and enhance learning about employee benefits
  • Sharing his/her real world experience about being a benefits professional
  • Answering questions that students submit via the discussion forum, email and private message.

A Chat With Jeff Billard, CEBS

Jeff Billard, CEBS
Policy Advisor, CAAT Pension Plan
Instructor for RPA 1—Managing Retirement Plans Part 1

How has earning the CEBS designation enhanced your career?

“I’ve worked in the pension industry for a number of years, and understanding the overall context of how various types of retirement schemes relate to and differ from one another has been very convenient. CEBS has provided context for me in conversations with other pension professionals and given me a broader perspective on the plan options available to research and understand further.”

What will benefits professionals learn from taking RPA 1?

“RPA 1 is a great foundation for informed knowledge in the world of retirement; it covers a lot of information, but it’s not so in-depth that it’s inaccessible to someone new to this area of learning.

Even when we’re not new to this world, we often work in a fairly narrow scope of pensions and benefits. For example, I worked at a defined benefit (DB) pension plan that only dealt with members who worked in Ontario. If you asked me questions about a DB plan and what Ontario rules and guidelines applied, I could answer quite well. Before CEBS, if you asked me a question about regulatory requirements for group RRSPs, or the differences in how defined contribution (DC) plans are administered in Quebec vs. Manitoba, I wouldn’t have had a clue where to start!

So RPA 1 benefits not only ‘new-to-the-industry’ students, but it also benefits students who already have worked within the pension industry by sharing some information on areas they may not be as familiar with.”

What has been a recent interesting update to your course?

“I like to try to incorporate any new happenings into my online study group when I can, and pandemic aside, something I find interesting is a recent research paper by Ryerson University’s National Institute on Ageing and the FP Canada Research Foundation.

They found that the average Canadian taking Canada/Quebec Pension Plan (CPP/QPP) benefits at age 60 instead of deferring payments until age 70 can expect to lose more than $100,000 of secure lifetime income. Obviously, some people cannot afford to wait until 70 to take their CPP/QPP for various income or health-related reasons, but for anyone approaching retirement and not absolutely needing to incept their CPP/QPP immediately, they are significantly better off (statistically speaking) deferring these payments as long as possible. The link to this paper is available here.”

What are your best study tips for CEBS students?

“Study.

In all seriousness, though, the Study Guide is incredibly helpful.  It distills a lot of the Assigned Reading into summaries of important points, and provides keywords that can help trigger concepts. Reading the Assigned Reading is a must, but to help solidify some of these concepts, the Study Guide questions are a great way to test your knowledge.

All the Study Tools in the online study group really help, as well.  Whether in RPA 1 or any of the other CEBS online study groups, the interactive games and quizzes can cement more of this information for you.  Never discount asking your instructor for clarification; that’s what we’re here for! I personally honestly enjoy answering questions because it’s a great way for me to think of different ways of explaining concepts to students that are not always the simplest to break down.”

What sort of success stories have you heard from your students? Why would you encourage people to earn their CEBS designation?

“I’ve heard from a few students, who, after finishing the RPA 1 online study group, have reached out to let me know they passed their exams and were very happy about it. If you’re keeping up with the Assigned Reading and study towards the exam, it is achievable. The students who reached out were excited and encouraged to continue their studies for the CEBS certification.

Stronger knowledge of pensions and benefits means that we’re all able to convey how important these things are, not to just the people who have them now, but to family, friends and acquaintances who may be considering positions with varying types of pension and/or benefits or may be considering offering these benefits to their employees. We’re all advocates of different things in our lives, and the more of us advocating for retirement security and job satisfaction due to increased knowledge through CEBS, the better!”

Learn more about CEBS and the CEBS Online Study Groups With Instructor Support.

Do you need guidance on your CEBS journey?  Whether you’re about to take your first step or you’re getting close to reaching your designation, we’re here to help!  Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3 or e-mail cebs@ifebp.org.

Meet Your CEBS Instructor – Christine Healy, CEBS

Meet the CEBS Instructor

Sometimes the most difficult part about taking on a new challenge is getting started. You’re ready to begin your CEBS designation, but you might not be sure about how to create a plan for your studies. Many CEBS candidates count on CEBS Online Study Groups With Instructor Support for structure.

CEBS​​ online study groups are an optional educational resource designed to complement the self-study approach. Offered over a 12-week session, online study groups set a schedule for your study efforts and are facilitated by established and experienced CEBS professionals.

What does an online instructor do?

Your online instructor has many roles, including:

  • Designing all content and activities in your class to help you retain knowledge and study for your CEBS exam
  • Facilitating live review sessions
  • Monitoring the discussion forum to provide clarification and guidance to learners
  • Creating discussion questions for each module and Benefits in Action Mini Cases to stimulate engagement and enhance learning about employee benefits
  • Sharing his/her real world experience about being a benefits professional
  • Answering questions that students submit via the discussion forum, email and private message.

A Chat with Christine Healy, CEBS

Christine Healy, Ph.D., CEBS, PHR, SHRM-CP
Assistant Director of HR, Southern Utah University
Instructor for GBA 1—Directing Benefits Programs Part 1

Christine Healy
How have the knowledge and skills you gained by earning your CEBS designation helped you most in your career?

“Since obtaining my CEBS designation, I tend to use the tacit knowledge built around facts from the content the most. Understanding how benefits intersect and impact an organization’s ability to compete from a financial perspective and a human capital perspective dependent on the strategies employed has proven very valuable to my employers.”

What will benefits professionals learn from the GBA 1 course?

“GBA 1 offers a solid foundation to the world of employee benefits. I appreciate the overview of popular benefits options along with the integration of how they operate for both business and employee viability. The material provides good foundational details on the considerations for setting up, operating and monitoring benefits programs. It is a preliminary course to the more complex world of benefits that is covered in GBA 2.”

How has the GBA curriculum evolved in recent years?

“This course explores legal issues that are implicated by the ever-changing regulatory and legal environment including the IRS, the Treasury Department and DOL regulations. The PPACA is a very interesting and ongoing piece of regulation that has been engaging to follow through the GBA curriculum.”

What are your studying tips for CEBS students in online study groups?

“There are a couple of tips I have for students in online study groups. First, set up a study plan that includes the day of the week you will read the Assigned Reading, the days you will respond to the discussion questions and a system for taking the interactive games and quizzes. Take advantage of all the materials.

With discussion posts, don’t just respond to the instructor’s initial questions; rather, go back and see what other students have posted, too. It is through the experiences of others that we can learn more robustly. Use stories about the concepts to help you learn—even if you are not a benefits professional yet, you can tap into your experience using benefits as an employee. These stories will help you to remember the concepts by giving them a ‘grounded-in reality’ perspective.”

Learn more about CEBS and the CEBS Online Study Groups With Instructor Support.

Do you need guidance on your CEBS journey?  Whether you’re about to take your first step or you’re getting close to reaching your designation, we’re here to help!  Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3 or e-mail cebs@ifebp.org.

Congratulations to The Newest CEBS® Graduates!

New CEBS Graduates

View the full list of 131 new CEBS graduates and see if you recognize any of your colleagues. Be sure to congratulate the graduates you know with a personal message or shout-out on social media using #CEBSGoals. Earning your CEBS designation is a great accomplishment, and it feels even better when it’s recognized by others.

Congrats to the newest CEBS grads!

Valerie B. Actkins, CEBS
Steve K. Alexander, CEBS
Jennifer Alvarez Holmberg, CEBS
Berk Atillasoy, CEBS
Emily L. Bailey, CEBS
Mika Barnett-Ohori, CEBS
Melissa Lee Beber, CEBS
Devon Bellamy, CEBS
Suzanne Berlin, CEBS
Martin Bishop, CEBS
Brian J. Blazek, CEBS
Colleen Block, CEBS
Rebecca Borsuck, CEBS
Carolyn Bourg, CEBS
Shirley A. Bourgeault, CEBS
Shane T. Burke, CEBS
Ashley Burke, CEBS
Kenneth Glenn Cantley, CEBS
Lydia Caraveo, CEBS
Iyaseli Castorena, CEBS
Natalie C. Chandler, CEBS
Matthew Chee, CEBS
Charles Chronis, CEBS
Jordan Cohen, CEBS
Patricia Coulton, CEBS
Kevin B. Davis, CEBS
Evgeniia Davis, CEBS
Sampath Deva, CEBS
Joshua Discher, CEBS
Huyen Do, CEBS
Sherrie S. Edwards, CEBS
Mary Fecko, CEBS
Andrew M. Fiederlein, CEBS
Sharon K. Foster, CEBS
Kate L. Gaal , CEBS
Viktoria Garber, CEBS
Mary Garvey, CEBS
Isabel Gomez, CEBS
Bradley Hanovich, CEBS
Trever Hansen, CEBS
Monica Harding, CEBS
Susan Hargrove, CEBS
Jill E. Hays, CEBS
Karen Hedrick, CEBS
Kara Hickie, CEBS
Linda R. Hoffman, CEBS
Sharie Hyder, CEBS
Jamee Johnson, CEBS
Michelle Kazazic, CEBS
Brandon M. Kenish, CEBS
Joseph F. Kern, CEBS
Bo Kyung Kim, CEBS
Roxanne E. Kolev, CEBS
Rebecca Krell, CEBS
Collin J. Krug, CEBS
Ryan Kuryla, CEBS
Sylvia Kwong, CEBS
Kyle T. Lagonegro, CEBS
Robert J. Laino, CEBS
Michelle Landrum, CEBS
Bryon Langenfeld, CEBS
Logan Larson, CEBS
Kimberly L. Lawrence, CEBS
Caitlin Leidy, CEBS
Jessica A. Levy, CEBS
Mike Litchenstein, CEBS
Madison Luchi, CEBS
Kari Luehmann, CEBS
Katy Macik, CEBS
Erika MacLaren, CEBS
Daniel Maloney, CEBS
Matthew R. Manzo, CEBS
Francene A. Marra, CEBS
Meredith Matisoff, CEBS
Reena T. Medina, CEBS
Mike Melles, CEBS
Jim Mendoza, CEBS
Amy Moreno, CEBS
Leeann Murphy, CEBS
Taylor Nervo, CEBS
Gayla E. Nesbitt, CEBS
Jamie Kirby Norton, CEBS
Amy Notermann, CEBS
Emily Oglesby, CEBS
Sarah A. Padgett, CEBS
Dionisia Papafote, CEBS
Andrea Paquin, CEBS
Joseph S. Park, CEBS
Molly Paskar, CEBS
Rachel Elaine Phipps, CEBS
Brett A. Pinson, CEBS
Jennifer Poland, CEBS
Laurie Ragusa, CEBS
Jessica Rallo, CEBS
David M. Ray, CEBS
Pamela Reed, CEBS
Brian D. Rhame, CEBS
Joanne M. Rich, CEBS
Lorie C. Robertson, CEBS
Kelly Rossi, CEBS
Ann Roth, CEBS
Matthew Sanborn, CEBS
James C. Scarborough, CEBS
Karla L. Schaefer, CEBS
Rita Shah, CEBS
Amina Shaiza, CEBS
Sudha Smith , CEBS
Katherine Starr, CEBS
Donna Stenz, CEBS
Kimberly Stewart, CEBS
Joe Struck, CEBS
Toni Marie Sutliff, CEBS
Destiny D. Talley, CEBS
Somer Taylor, CEBS
Chalon M. Temple, CEBS
Crystal G. Thomas, CEBS
Nadia X. Traian, CEBS
Dawn M. Trumps, CEBS
Sharon A. Tylus, CEBS
Robert A. Van Schie, CEBS
Christine Vink, CEBS
Christian N. Walser, CEBS
Teri S. Westra, CEBS
Michael Wilcher, CEBS
Lauren Nicole Wiley, CEBS
Alesha Wilhite, CEBS
Andrew Willis, CEBS
Kathryn M. Winkler, CEBS
Lauren Zastrow, CEBS
Jill A. Ziegelbauer, CEBS

Now picture yourself on this list! Continue on your journey to earning your CEBS designation.

Do you need guidance on your CEBS journey?  Whether you’re about to take your first step or you’re getting close to reaching your designation, we’re here to help!  Give us a call at (800) 449-2327, option 3 or e-mail cebs@ifebp.org.