28 gain international trade class certification at World Trade Center Kentucky

KWTC international trade classLEXINGTON, Ky. (July 13, 2017) – The World Trade Center Kentucky said 28 individuals have graduated from its Summer 2017 three-day International Trade Certification Program, which is taught by experts from banking, tax, legal, customs compliance, market intelligence, freight forwarding, customs brokerage and government to provide a foundation for effective and efficient international trade operations management for participants.
Participants who scored a 70 percent or higher are now certified as International Commerce Specialists. World Trade Center Kentucky congratulates the 28 members of latest class of certificate graduates:
  • Siraj A. BargawiI – U Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • Patricia Adkins – Valvoline International
  • Alison Browning – Valvoline International
  • Kendal Casey – World Trade Center Kentucky
  • Lisa Coleman – Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc.
  • Chris Collins – Valvoline International
  • Adan Darur – World Trade Center Kentucky
  • Rebecca Dehoag – Valvoline International
  • Jordon Donovan – Valvoline International
  • Nicholas Donovan – Valvoline International
  • David Eastham – Dos Amigos Foods, LLC
  • Chuck Fiske – Valvoline International
  • Jerry Fryman – Amatrol
  • Erik Harris – Valvoline International
  • Margaret Hayes – Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
  • Todd Holcomb – Valvoline International
  • Colton Hounshell – World Trade Center Kentucky
  • MariantKelso MorenoValvoline International
  • Mark Koenig – Valvoline International
  • Tara Pease – Valvoline International
  • Matt Robinson – Indelac Controls, Inc.
  • Paola Rodriguez – World Trade Center Kentucky
  • Jayme Rogers – Valvoline International
  • Benjamin Sargent – Valvoline International
  • Lorena Serrano – Valvoline International
  • Becca Stone – Amatrol
  • Dean Wilson – Valvoline International
  • Lin Zhu – WTCA-Indianapolis

The certification is accredited and nationally recognized by National Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarder’s Association of America (NCBFAA).

The World Trade Center-Kentucky (WTC-KY) serves as a catalyst for trade and economic development through innovation, education, trade advisory services and international business missions.For more information, contact the World Trade Center Kentucky at 502-574-2400, or visit our website at www.wtcky.org.


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