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Fellowship

The World Commerce & Contracting Fellow status is the highest accolade we offer our members.

It’s an opportunity for you to be recognized by your industry and peers for your outstanding experience, professionalism, and dedication.

We do not award the Fellow status lightly. It recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of Commercial and Contract Management and in many cases personal support of the association and its vision and mission in driving improvement in the quality and integrity of trading relationships.

Fellowship

Our Fellows

We are delighted to announce our new 2021 mid-year fellows. Please click below.

Walter Akers - RSM Consulting

Scott Alden - HWL Ebsworth

Roy Anderson - Tradeshift

Beatriz Antona - Atos

Linda Berry - Capgemini

Bernadette Bulacan - Icertis - VM

Craig Conte - Deloitte Legal

Victoria Cope - BAE

Ines Curtuis - Airbus Defence and Space

Bill Deckleman - DXC Technology

Bernie Diver - SSCL Ltd

Russ Edelman - Corridor Company - VM

Martin Fliss - Schneider Electric

Rene Franz Henschel - NSCCM

Kathrin Frauscher - Open Contracting Org

Mark Gregory - Rolls-Royce

Ghislaine Gunge - Capgemini

Gavin Hayman - Open Contracting Partnership

Jorden Lam - Hesta

Gavin Hayman - Open Contracting Partnership

Jorden Lam - Hesta

Jeff Lear - Optus Business

Dan Linna - Northwestern Pritzker School of Law & McCormick School of Engineering

Ian Mack

Joseph Martinez - BNY Mellon

Cricket Middleton - Accenture

Jacquie Millward - BAE

Claire Negus - BHP

Dan Reed - UnitedLex

Clive Rees - Fujitsu Procurement

Mark Richards - NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Isabelle Sabaud - T-Systems Deutsche Telekom Group

Luigi  Telesca - Trakti

Rasmus Tonnies - Ramboll

Stuart van Rij - van Rij Law

Tomas Vanderick - BT

Kate Vitasek - University of Tennessee

Stephanie Ward - Xoserve

Lamar Chesney - Lamar Chesney

John Ivil - Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Cyril Jankoff - The Risk Doctor

Paul Mallory - World Commerce & Contracting

Bruce McLennan - Department of Defence - CASG

Alastair Mullis - University of Leeds

Carol Savage - IBM C&N

Nils Svanberg - ConocoPhillips

George Triantis - Stanford Law School

Jennie Vickers - New Zealand Defence Industry Association (NZDIA)

Rod Wade - MedImpact

Andrew White - Bird & Bird

Pablo Zarra - Chevron Service Company - Corporate Procurement

Lisa Bernstein - University of Chicago

Lita Bollimpalli - Verizon

Hal Bretan - BT Global Services

Dominic Carr - BAE

Jeremy Charmak - BAE

Sharyn County - Jemena Ltd

Sara Cullen - The Cullen Group

Xavier Darmstaedter - DACOTA Consulting

Soren Molby Henriksen - ProVations

Henrik Lando - Copenhagen Business School

Doug Macbeth - University of Southampton

Michael Mensik - Baker & McKenzie

Richard Murray - Accenture

Christine Pauleau - IDEMIA

Tyrone Pitsis - Durham University Business School

Isabelle Roux Chenu - Capgemini

Richard Sterling - AltoPartners

Gary Sturgess - Australia and New Zealand School of Government

Rory Unsworth - Simplifire

Momet Abas - Experian Ltd.

Thomas Barton - California Western School of Law

Mark Darby - ALLIANTIST LIMITED

Richard Given - 10x Future Technologies Services Limited

Helena Haapio - PMA Finland

James Hazard - CommonAccord.org

Andrew (Jacko) Jacopino - Ngamuru Advisory

Paul Kruspe - Victorian State Government

Dan Mahlebashian - Retired General Motors, Board Member Ashling Partners

Kingsley Martin - KMStandards, LLC

Erik Nordling - NXB AB

Violet Okpere - Shell

Stefania Passera - World Commerce & Contracting

Jim Pearson - ConocoPhillips

Mirjam Ros - Airbus Defence and Space

Magnus Steen - Steen & Elander Law firm

Jacqui Archer - Positive Impact Commerce Foundation

Jose Arrieta - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Judy Ballou - Retired

Dave Barton - Danone North America

Lucy Bassli - InnoLegal Services, PLLC

Ruth Bayley - Bayley & Associates Pty Ltd

Kerry Bayley - Bayley & Associates Pty Ltd

Heather Benjamin - SCCL

Paul Branch - World Commerce & Contracting

Arne Byberg - Advokatfirmaet Haavind AS

Barbara Chomicka - Arcadis

Greg Cockerill - C2C Group

Dave Connor - BP International Ltd.

Tim Cowen - Preiskel & Co

Tim Cummins - World Commerce & Contracting

Mark David - CommitMentor

Neale Frazer - Education

Adrian Furner - Kommercialize Ltd

Bob Gregory - Retired

Robert Handfield - NC State University Students

Amy Henderson - W.W. Grainger

Diane Homolak - UnitedLex - Practitioners

Bruce Horowitz - Paz Horowitz

William Huber - ISG

Doug Hudgeon - EQ8R

Steve Huhn - Stephen Huhn Associates LLC

KB Monu Iyappa - Coffee Plantation

Graham Jackson - Best Practice Partnership

John Jacobi - Axsys

Jerry Jacobson - Retired

Katherine Kawamoto - Century 21 Vanguard

Andy Kerstan - Berkshire Hathaway Home Services GA

Mark Kyle - Adroit Management Group P/L

Andrew Macnaughton - AVM Business Consultants Limited

Claude Marais - SirionLabs - VM

M. C. Mcbain - IBM C&N

Steven McCann - Department of Transport

Timothy Mccarthy - Balfour Beatty

Mark McDaniel - McDaniel and Cullen Consulting

John McGowan - Red Bear Negotiation Co

Nancy Nelson - ABiz Corporation

Rod Osborne - PwC

Brett Piraner - Civeo

Colin Raine - Retired

Mark Remmers - Department of Defence - CASG

Gianmaria Riccardi - Enel X

Ken Riley - Retired

Michael Robinson - ArcBlue Consulting

Peter Rowley - Thales

Alan Schenk - Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco)

Phill Scott - Local Government Procurement (NSW)

Craig Silliman - Verizon

Margaret Smith - Accenture

Julie Summerfield - VFocus

Margret Szanto - Local Government Procurement

Melinda Wilkins - Retired

Coen Wilms - 

Richard Wingate - Bp Air Group

Peter Woon - Koru Greentech

Kris Wozniak - Victoria Legal Aid

Benefits

Recognition as a leader in Commercial and Contract Management

Ability to use the title ‘Fellow’ and receive a badge

Lifetime World Commerce & Contracting membership

Participation in Board dinners

Attend our conferences and summits and receive 50% discount (see T&Cs)

Recognition at regional conferences and local events

Eligibility and expectations

As a Fellow, you are expected to actively promote World Commerce & Contracting values and teachings within the wider business community. Failure to do so can result in your Fellow status being revoked.

Eligibility:

Operate at a strategic level within your organisation

Show a record of contribution to Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Act as a change agent for your profession (for example by holding a World Commerce & Contracting ‘Licence to Act Differently’)

Be a role model for other professionals

Expectations:

Mentoring

Being a peer reviewer

Contributing to World Commerce & Contracting white papers, articles, projects, and research

Attending the quarterly Fellows conference calls

Participating in member events, webinars, and conferences

Contributing to live or recorded webinar training events

Learning pathway to Fellowship

How do I become a Fellow?

Become an expert

In order to be considered, you must first become a certified Commercial and Contract Management Expert. In exceptional cases, you may be invited to bypass this step

Gain peer recommendation

Your submission will need to accompanied by a personal recommendation for Fellowship from two existing World Commerce and Contracting Fellows.

Submit your application

In a letter, tell us why you think you’re eligible for Fellowship. Detail your professional experience, achievements, and overall contribution. Include a copy of your current resume. Address the letter to Sally Guyer (World Commerce & Contracting Global CEO) and email to info@worldcc.com

Peer Approval

A panel of Fellows will review your application and make their recommendation to the World Commerce and Contracting CEO.

Fellowship

The award includes a certificate, electronic badge, and designation on the Member Portal.

Together we can build Commercial and Contract Management into the future and deliver greater relevance to organizations. We look forward to partnering with you.