Published January 26 2013
Professional Development (January 26, 2013)Tech consultants receive certifications
Several technology consultants at Eide Bailly, Fargo, have earned certifications. They are:
Brian Benson, technology consulting manager, passed the Citrix XenApp 6.5 Administration exam and has become a Citrix certified administrator; and Darwin Braunagel, Paul Schumaier, D.C. Lucas and Deb Anderson have completed the required tasks to become VMWare sales professionals.
ND licenses Evenstad as behavior analyst
Chelsea Evenstad of the North Dakota Autism Center, Fargo, has been licensed by the North Dakota Board of Psychologist Examiners as a behavior analyst.
Evenstad earned a masters degree in applied behavior analysis and autism from Sage College, Troy, N.Y. She has been employed at NDAC for more than three years and is the program director for the AuSome Kids Early Intervention Program.
Joy Crouch certified as fundraising executive
Joy Crouch, development officer for planned giving at Hospice of the Red River Valley, Fargo, has achieved the certified fundraising executive designation through CFRE International.
The designation is awarded to individuals who have displayed a mastery of their field by meeting requirements and standards set in philanthropy.
Bonnie Baumgartner obtains CAP status
Bonnie Baumgartner, a member of the Red River Chapter International Association of Administrative Professionals, has passed the certified administrative professional tests and has obtained the CAP status.
Baumgartner is an executive management administrative assistant at Gate City Bank. She has been at Gate City Bank since 2008 and has been a member of the Red River Chapter IAAP since 2012.