ICCP is a collection of outstanding volunteers at the top of their industry, who strive to make your life better.


 About ICCP’s

Board of Directors

President ICCP Board of Directors

Bradley Jensen

Dr. Bradley K. Jensen is a Principal Director in the Data Science Center of Excellence at Accenture and President of the Board of Directors for ICCP. 

He is a Senior Executive with extensive relationship, management, product marketing, sales, startups, domestic/international, teaching, and research experience. Demonstrated capabilities in Strategy, Data Analytics (BI, Big Data, Machine Learning, Deep Learning), Consulting, Manufacturing, Curriculum Development, Course Design and Delivery, Research, Publishing, Resources (Oil & Gas, Utilities), Telecommunications, Aerospace, Manufacturing, Legal, and Commercial Property Management.  

Dr. Jensen’s proven accomplishments are in: Information Security, Advanced Analytics, Software Development, Project Management, Strategic Alliances, E-Commerce, Strategic Marketing, P & L Management, Team Building and Consultative Selling.

Ken Bainey

Vice President ICCP Board of Directors

Ken Bainey is a former CIO of Alberta Transportation and Infrastructure.  He is currently serving on the Board of Alberta Health Services, teaches Project Management Courses and writes books.

He is a published author of “Integrated Project Management” and more recently “IT Performance Management”. 

Ken represents holders of ICCP credentials on the ICCP Board of Directors.

ICCP Treasuer                       Julian Brook

Mr Brook has been an Information Technology professional (formally a Data Processing professional) for over 50 years serving as a programmer, systems designer and professional, DP manager, and consultant. While in the army and afterward for the defense department doing what he likes to call “really fun stuff”, language and operating system development and some very classified applications, at the NSA. He then returned to Birmingham and since has mostly been involved with developing, installing and supporting business computer systems – accounting, sales, inventory, purchasing, all of the “bread and butter” business apps, and consulting.

In his spare time he has been Financial Secretary and International Treasurer of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ). He has also been treasurer of the Birmingham Historical Radio Society, the Birmingham Jewish Community Center (JCC), the Birmingham Jewish Day School, and Birmingham Post 608 of the Jewish War Veterans. He also served as President of Temple Beth-El and the Temple Beth-El Foundation, the Birmingham JCC, the Southeast Region of USCJ, Camp Ramah Darom – founding board member, and the Birmingham Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery. He is currently on the board of ICCP (the Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals) where he serves as treasurer. He currently serve on the boards of JCRS (Jewish Children’s Regional Services), MercazUSA – delegate to the last 3 World Zionist Congresses, ICCP Education Foundation, and the Birmingham Jewish Foundation where he chairs the Development committee.

Mr Brook has been a SCUBA diver since 2002, and he restore old radios and TVs.

ICCP Secretary        Keith Tennant

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Director of Certification         James Saikin

James is a strategic thinker and recognized as one of the best COO’s in many industries.  He is a senior consultatn with Emerge Interests LLC in the Dallas/Fort Woth area. 

His skills and knowledge of Blockchain are unmatched and he is presenting at conferences all over the world and working with companies throughout Asia on how to implement Blockcahin solutions. 

He most recently worked with a strong team of SME’s to create the Blockchain Certification program at ICCP.  He is often working with many start-up companies in this space.

ICCP Member Representative         Jacqueline Luciano

Jacqueline S Luciano, CCP, PMP Retired is an IT Product, Program, and Project Manager with extensive
experience in the computer industry. In addition to management, her IT experience encompasses
application design and development; software package implementation; database design,
implementation, and management; system architecture; and system and network management.
Jacqueline graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University
of Puerto Rico. She has a Master of Arts in Administrative Sciences from Yale University. She holds a
Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences at the University of New Haven. Jacqueline
served as President of the Greater Boston Chapter of the Association for Women in Computing,
President of the Ocean State Chapter of the Project Management Institute, Treasurer of the Boston
Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN), President of the Institute for Certification of Computing
Professionals (ICCP), and President of the ICCP Educational Foundation. She has been a member of the
ICCP Board of Directors in multiple capacities since 1997, currently as Director of New Projects.

ICCP Education Foundation President          Leon Wagschal Léon is an Information technology industry thought leader committed to the advancement of IT professionalism. He is committed to lifelong learning and maintaining professional standards and credentials. A rare generalist in a field that increasingly fractured into specialists, he brings decades of experience in both hardware and software design and implementation and leading-edge knowledge of changing technology and management trends to the development of high quality solutions for his clients. Léon is President of Mane-frame Systems Innovations Inc., an independent consulting firm serving clients from government to private enterprises for over 30 years. Since 2013 he has been the President of the Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals (ICCP) Education Foundation. He holds an M.Sc. from the Centre for Research in Experimental Space Science (CRESS) at York University in Toronto.

ACM Board Representative          Don Gotterbarn

Don is director of the Software Engineering Ethics Research Institute, Professor Emeritus East Tennessee State University and visiting professor at the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, UK. He is a computer consultant and has worked on international software projects for the U.S. Navy, the Saudi Arabian Navy, and the European Union. Projects included decision support systems, vote counting machines, and missile defense systems. He taught at schools like the University of Southern California and did training for the National Security Agency- USA and TATA Consultancy Services- India. His research has appeared in more than 100 articles in professional journals, and his contribution to the field has been recognized by government grants and various professional bodies, e.g. The ACM Presidential Award 2018 and the Joseph Weizenbaum award 2010.

CPCI Board Representative  Pablo Cigliuti

Pablo Cigliuti is the founder and owner of Dthink Inc., in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

He is an accomplished Business Intelligence Specialist and runs many courses and certification preparation courses throughout South America. 

On the ICCP Board, Pablo represents the CPCI – The council for professional informatics societies in Argentina.


GIIM Board Representative  Jerry Luftman

 Jerry Luftman’s experience combines the strengths of CIO/practitioner, consultant, and academic. His proficiency in business-IT alignment and IT trends, eighteen books, published research, consulting, mentoring, and teaching/speaking engagements exemplify Dr. Luftman’s expertise and leadership. After a distinguished twenty-two year career with IBM, he had an exemplary career for about twenty years as Professor, Founder and Associate Dean of the Stevens Institute of Technology Information Systems Programs (one of the largest in the world).  Driven by the strong demand for a global executive education program focusing on managing information technology, Dr. Luftman has leveraged his experience as a CIO, IT management consultant, and leading academic, with his strong network of prominent IT practitioners and academics, to provide a valuable and innovative initiative via the Global Institute for IT Management.


R2C Board Representative  Kathy Rondon

Kathy Rondon is VP for Talent Management at R2C, an ICCP constituent member.  A long-time federal government contractor (and previous government employee), she specializes in data governance and data curation in public sector environments and has been heavily involved in the new ICCP Public Sector Data Governance certification offering. Ms. Rondon often speaks on data governance issues at ICCP-sponsored conferences and other venues.  


R2C Board Representative  

ICCP Executive Director      Kewal Dhariwal

Kewal Dhariwal is a senior executive with extensive experience in working with industry leaders to provide for the needs of the workforce in Adult, Career and Technology Certification and Education.
As a former Dean of Computing and Founder & Director of the Microcomputer Institute he has proven experience in developing innovative programs generating millions of dollars in revenue. 
As founder of the Business Intelligence and Data Management Certification programs he has forged ICCP into a leading new methods and technology certification body. 
His lifetime commitment is towards improving the computer professions and constantly seeking ways to standardize our industry to the point of low failure and high success rates in software and systems development.
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