Loss Prevention Foundation Announces New President

The Loss Prevention Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Caroline Kochman as its next president. The appointment follows the recent resignation of LPF President Terry Sullivan whose history at the Foundation brought much growth and success.

Mark Stinde

“We are excited that Caroline has agreed to take on this new role,” said Mark Stinde, LPC, the LPF’s chairman of the Board. “Caroline has served as executive director of the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, since January 2006 when she was appointed by its Board of Directors and tasked with guiding the organization through a fundamental redesign and refocus of its mission, programs, services, and governance. This experience makes Caroline the ideal candidate to guide the Foundation through its next phase of development.”

Caroline Kochman
Caroline Kochman

“I am grateful for this opportunity and excited to work with the LPF Board to lead the organization through its next chapter,” Kochman said. “There is a great deal of synergy between my past role with NASP and the goals of the LP Foundation and its Board. I see great prospects ahead and look forward to working with the LPF team as well as to the chance to more directly serve the retail LP/AP community.”

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Under Kochman’ s leadership the almost singular focus on mission and purpose guided all of NASP’s work and its collaborations with all stakeholders including retail, law enforcement, crime prevention, the court system, and community-based organizations. At the Foundation, Kochman will be responsible for all administration, strategic planning, industry and community outreach, and the educational programs of the organization, including the internationally sanctioned LPQ and LPC certifications.

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