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NACAS Announces Six UC Managers Have Earned the CASP Certification

The National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS), the largest auxiliary services support organization serving higher education, announced that Steven Sayers, Pallavi Patel, Todd Duncan, Darlene Bunton, John Hautz and Amy Browns Taylor, all of Campus Services, have earned the CASP designation.

Date: 1/18/2013 12:00:00 PM
By: Victoria Rogers

UC ingot   CASP, Certified Auxiliary Services Professional, is a four-year certification for Auxiliary Services professionals. It is the only certification that demonstrates recipients have met a high standard of excellence, as defined by experts in the industry, and that they have the skills necessary to be a Director of Auxiliary Services. Founded in 2009, CASP affirms the recipient’s expertise in: Management, Leadership, Marketing, Student Development, and Operations. The development of the program is funded by the NACAS Education Foundation through the generous support of many individuals, the NACAS regions, Barnes & Noble College, and American Campus Communities.

The certification recipients from UC Campus Services are:
• Darlene Bunton, Director of Parking Services
• Todd Duncan, Director of Housing & Food Services
• John Hautz, Director of Food Services
• Pallavi Patel, Assistant Vice President
• Steven Sayers, Senior Associate Vice President
• Amy Browns Taylor, Director of Marketing, Publications, and Facilitation

“We are extremely pleased to congratulate these University of Cincinnati recipients,” said Ron Campbell, CEO of NACAS. “Earning the CASP designation requires recipients to meet an advanced standard of expertise and experience in higher education auxiliary services. CASP recipients are amongst the best and the brightest of our industry and provide the highest value for their campuses.”

NACAS, headquartered in Charlottesville, Va., is a nonprofit higher education association serving auxiliary services, student support services, and ancillary services professionals at 4-year and 2-year colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland and Asia. The association is comprised of 775 universities. For more information visit: