The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) has announced the selection of its newest board members to assist in governing and providing strategic direction for the foundation.
Cita Doyle, LPQ, vice president of sales and marketing for InstaKey Security Systems, is a longtime supporter of the LPF and one of the original members of the LPF Advisory Council. Doyle will step down from the LPFAC to join the board.
Karen Edwards, senior instructor and interim associate dean at the University of South Carolina, will also join the board. Edwards was instrumental in getting the LPQ course taught at University of South Carolina where over 200 students have been given the opportunity to complete it.
Ned McCauley, director of sales, IoT, and smart sensors, will be joining the board. McCauley works for Sensormatic Solutions, which is a founding partner and strong supporter of the LPF.
Kris Vece, LPQ, vice president of strategic accounts with Protos Security, is a longtime supporter of the LPF and one of the original members of the LPF Advisory Council. Vece will step down from the LPFAC to join the board.
These four candidates have accepted the nominations and have been approved by the LPF board to serve on the Board of Directors. Each new board member must demonstrate their support for industry-specific loss prevention certification. They must have a passion for improving professional perception as an industry, and feel professional certification is a critical step in achieving that goal.
“We are thrilled to have Kris, Ned, Karen, and Cita join the Loss Prevention Foundation Board of Directors,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of the LPF. “The LPF strives to have a broad range of industry perspectives from those that serve on our board so that we can serve the LP industry in an informed and comprehensive manner. All four of these individuals have a passion for the loss prevention/asset protection industry and fully support the LPFs mission of continued education. I look forward to working with them and know our board will benefit from their expertise.”
Find a full list of LPF board members here.