CWNE Board of Advisors

CWNE Board of Advisors

Our volunteer board is comprised of CWNE certified professionals who are among the best of the best in the industry. Their primary role and function is to review applications for individuals wanting to rise to the rank of CWNE and to approve new board members. The board exists to ensure quality CWNE candidates are granted their certification status in a timely manner and they work hard for the community in this way as well as all of the other valuable contributions they make outside of CWNP. They are not paid by CWNP and do not direct the company overall, but the value they bring in evaluating CWNE candidates is priceless in that it results in a credible certification for the CWNE holders.

In addition, the board's expertise and guidance provides valuable insights to the executive management team through feedback and open communications, allowing our organization to expand into new regions, deepen our relationship with Learning Centers and strengthen the perception of CWNP throughout the industry.

We are truly grateful for their leadership and support.

Current Members:

Gustavo Mastroianni

Gustavo Mastroianni

Heather Williams

Heather Williams

James Garringer

James Garringer

Seppi  Dittli

Lee Badman

Jason Hintersteiner

Jason Hintersteiner

Jake Snyder

Scott Lester

Scott Lester

Sam Clements

Sam Clements

Robert Bartz

Robert Bartz

Jake Snyder

Scott Swist

Success Stories

I literally just came out of the testing centre having taken the CWDP exam. The certification process opened my mind to different techniques and solutions. This knowledge can only broaden your perspective. Great job, CWNP, you have a great thing going on here.

-Darren
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Working through the CWNP coursework and certifications helped not only to deepen my technical knowledge and understanding, but also it boosted my confidence. The hard work it took to earn my CWNE has been rewarding in so many ways.

-Ben
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I want to commend you and all at CWNP for having a great organization. You really 'raise the bar' on knowing Wi-Fi well. I have learned a ton of information that is helping my job experience and personal career goals, because of my CWAP/CWDP/CWSP studies. Kudos to all at CWNP.

-Glenn
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