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TD Bank | NAPCP CPCP Scholarship Recipients

 

2018 TD Bank | NAPCP CPCP Scholarship Recipients

In 2018, TD Bank sponsored five scholarships to end-users to sit for the NAPCP's Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) exam. We are pleased to announce the following recipients of this new program, and to thank TD Bank for its support and commitment to advancing the careers of industry participants.

The winners were selected by the Purchasing Card Professional Certification Council (PCPCC).

For more information about earning your CPCP credential, follow the links below:

 

 
 
  Brittney Elam

Brittney Elam is first and foremost a child of GOD. She enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends. Her hobbies are laughing, reading and traveling. She resides in Houston, Texas, where she is the Procurement & Travel Card administrator for Houston Community College. She is a graduate of Texas Southern University and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. She joined Houston Community College as a procurement card analyst, and was instrumental in the district-wide roll out of Citibank’s paperless reconciliation tool. Currently, she is on the implementation team for SAP Concur Travel & Expense. Brittney truly believes that nothing happens by chance, that every moment in life was intended to make you grow in this journey called life and that anything is possible with faith. 

   
  Kimberly King-Gibson

Kimberly King-Gibson is an accomplished accounting professional with over 18 years of accounting/treasury experience. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where she leads an outstanding team of accounting professionals for Atria Senior Living, as accounts payable manager. She is a graduate of the University of Louisville where she earned her B.S.B.A. in Accounting. She also studied Organizational Leadership and Management, at Webster University, earning her MBA. Kimberly has a passion for process improvements and making treasury/accounting functions more efficient through automation. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering at her son’s school where she serves on the audit committee for the PTSA.

   
  Pamela McMillan

Pam McMillan has been procurement supervisor (official title) and P-Card administrator (supplemental title) for the Town of Ocean City, Maryland, for over 10 years.  She earned her B.S. in Management from Widener University. Tasked with doing an RFP for a new P-Card provider, Pam discovered NAPCP and a local P-Card user group. The end result was a journey into consortiums and a new card provider for the Town. Pam is an active member of NAPCP and NIGP, and volunteered for many years with ISM-DE. When not working, she enjoys travel, which often includes scuba diving or snow skiing (so far not both in one trip!), and is active in her church. 

   
  Kenny Stone

Kenny currently serves as the procurement manager for Blueknight Energy Partners, a midstream energy services company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management from the University of Oklahoma, and a Master of Science in Finance from the University of Tulsa. Kenny began his career in Aerospace before transition to the Energy sector. Throughout his career Kenny, has served in several strategic procurement roles in the supply chain field, including as a buyer, analyst, consultant and now manager. This experience has involved significant partnering with Accounts Payables departments in order to improve the procure to pay process. Kenny has become involved with Corporate and Fleet Card programs over the last three years with Blueknight. During this time, Kenny has led efforts to bid and manage the relationship with a new card provider for Blueknight. Among other responsibilities, this new role has allowed Kenny to integrate new best practices into the card program that help achieve overall goals of cost reduction and improved efficiencies across the company.

   
  Brandi Whittenton
Brandi Whittenton has worked at the City of College Station for 12 years and has fulfilled multiple roles throughout the organization. Currently, she is a buyer in the Purchasing department and also the Procurement Card administrator. Brandi is the primary contact person for the P-Card program, responsible for training, daily operations, maintaining program procedure manuals, ongoing reporting and subsequent analysis, and program expansion, all while also being responsible for various purchasing projects. She is looking forward to being able to provide the organization with best practices and gain knowledge from others in the industry.

 

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