D’Ardenne Associates announces agreement with Exemplar Global

April 23, 2014 8:30 pm Published by

President Susan Snyder to evaluate training for international standards

ROANOKE, Va., (April 23, 2014) – D’Ardenne Associates, a leader in ISO management standard services and training, has signed an agreement with Exemplar Global, an international organization providing certification training.

Under the agreement, Susan Snyder, president of D’Ardenne Associates, will be an evaluator for Exemplar Global, formerly known as RABQSA, one of the world’s two largest providers of certification services for management system professional training materials and their trainers.

She will evaluate trainers and auditors for international requirements, including AS9100, the international standard for aerospace quality management systems.

“This is a significant stamp of approval of Sue’s global expertise,” said Roy D’Ardenne, CEO. “Her extensive knowledge and focused approach will help Exemplar Global define excellence for worldwide standards to enable organizations to become stronger and more sustainable through an unwavering focus on quality and continual improvement.” 

Snyder earned her certification as an IAQG (International Aerospace Quality Group)-sanctioned aerospace auditor, a designation making her an expert in aerospace standards. In addition, she is a certified lead auditor for ISO 9001 and certified trainer for ISO 9001, 14001, 18001, AS9100, 9110 and 9120. She has nearly 20 years of experience in quality aviation, including leadership in development, implementation, maintenance and auditing of business management systems. She has served as a quality management systems professional for commercial and government contractors supporting military entities throughout the United States. Snyder is a member of ASQ and a member of the US TAG to TC 176, the international group of professionals within the quality industry responsible for the review and revision of the ISO 9000 family of management system standards.


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