Georgia Coastal Member Earns Certification


Statesboro, GA….Rodrick Holsey, Assistant Director of Custodial Services at Georgia Southern University’s Housing Department, has earned “Registered Executive Housekeeper”  designation in the International Executive Housekeepers Association (IEHA). Rodrick is now one of five REH members with this certification within the State of Georgia. IEHA is a professional association for persons employed in facility services at the management level.

Holsey, who has been a member of the association for two years, attained REH (Registered Executive Housekeeper) status on October 6, 2016, during IEHA Bootcamp in Hawaii. The IEHA Boot Camp is a comprehensive, accelerated review of IEHA’s Professional Education Credentialing Program (PECP), which is the top credentialing and certification program for professional cleaners. Participants are guided through 16 individual modules of the PECP during a two-day period. Upon completion, participants are tested for their REH or CEH designations.

Rodrick is currently an active member of Georgia Coastal Chapter of IEHA based in Savannah, GA. After serving 3 years as Custodial Manager within University Housing, Holsey was promoted to Assistant Director in 2016 after departure of now IEHA Georgia Coastal President, Gloria Strauthers, REH. He and his wife, Angela, reside in Statesboro, GA with their three children.

IEHA, headquartered in Westerville, Ohio, is a non-profit organization which provides services for its members to achieve personal growth as well as a high level of professionalism. The Association offers members a variety of educational opportunities that enable them to become more proficient in their jobs, and to gain recognition from their employers and peers for the quality of their work. IEHA was founded in 1930. For more information on IEHA visit www.ieha.org or contact Georgia Coastal Chapter President, Gloria Strauthers, REH, at 912-515-6958



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