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Tyler Anne Freeman

Tyler is IFCPP’s Program Manager. After graduating with a B.A. in Communications from East Carolina University, Tyler went on to work in Sales and Customer Service. She got the chance to hone her customer service skills working at a busy, high-end salon in St. Petersburg, FL, where she managed nine Guest Coordinators. She developed and wrote the Standard Operational Practices and Procedures Manual for the Front Desk of the salon; the first in its 30-year history. After her husband retired from active duty military service they jumped on an opportunity to live in Naples, Italy. While there Tyler volunteered her expertise at the Fleet and Family Support Center on the U.S. Naval Base, assisting new arrivals in finding the information they need about life in a new country and helping them make the many adjustments that come with living in a different culture. Now back in the United States, Tyler is happy to be putting her experience to work for IFCPP, managing membership, certification, daily operations, and several exciting new IFCPP projects, including IFCPP’s Certified Visitor Relations Specialist (CVRS) certification, and online Learning Management System.

Tyler can be contacted at

Robert N. Layne, CIPM

Rob is the Executive Director of the IFCPP.  A graduate of the University of Colorado, Rob has coordinated all IFCPP operations since the inception of the Foundation, responsible for daily operations and coordination of membership, educational, conference, and certification programs.  He also serves as Vice President of Operations and Business Manager for Layne Consultants International and Business Manager for The Protection Alliance.  Rob is a member of the ASIS Cultural Properties Council, and sits on the Advisory Boards for the Colorado Cultural & Historic Resources Task Force and Safe2Tell.  Rob has also served as the President of Colorado Crime Stoppers and Safe2Tell, and the Vice President of the Colorado Chapter of the Association of threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP).  Rob is proud to live and work in Denver, and welcomes your visit anytime.

Rob can be contacted at

StevAn P. Layne, CPP, CIPM, CIPI

Stevan P. Layne, CPP, CIPM, CIPI is the Founding Director of the IFCPP and CEO and Principal of Layne Consultants International. He has served as a Police Chief, Public Safety Director, and Museum Security Director.  He presently serves on the ASIS Cultural Properties Council and the AAM Museum Association Security Committee.  He is the author of the Cultural Property Protection Manual, the Business Survival Guide, and the newly released Butterworth-Heinemann publication, Safeguarding Cultural Properties. He is also a co-author of Suggested Practices in Museum Security.  

Steve directs the scripting and production of security officer training and workplace violence prevention videos for a variety clientele, and has produced numerous video training programs for the protection of cultural institutions.  He has provided protection planning, risk assessment, placement services, collections move security planning, contract guard selection assistance, emergency planning, policy & procedure development, training, and other services to hundreds of cultural, public, and educational institutions across the U.S. and abroad.  

Steve is a leading presenter and keynote speaker at several national and regional conferences and business symposiums annually.  He is the guiding force behind CIPM, CIPS, CISS, and CIPI certification programs.  He has served as an instructor for the National Crime Prevention Institute, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, National Park Service, ASIS, ALA, and AAM national and regional conferences.   Steve is a graduate of the FBI's Police Management Program, the U.S. Army's Infantry Officer Candidate School, and Career Officer Military Police School.  He is a certified MOAB (Management of Aggressive Behavior) instructor and actively involved in Martial Arts.  Mr. Layne resides in Nokomis, Florida and Denver, Colorado.

Steve can be contacted at

Renée Albiston

Renée is IFCPP’s Strategic Development Partner, working with the IFCPP team to improve and elevate the foundation’s visibility, educational offerings, membership development, and internal operations. She brings over 20 years of combined professional and academic experience and has spent nearly 10 years studying, researching, and writing on looted art restitution issues. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and History as well as a Master of Humanities degree with a focus on art law and policy as it pertains to cultural property protection, both from the University of Colorado Denver. She works closely with several national and Denver-area cultural institutions and also serves as an independent provenance researcher. Although Renée remains an east-coast gal at heart, she has come to love Denver’s robust arts community and is pleased to call Colorado home.

Renée can be contacted at

Gwin Coleman

Gwin is the Technical Services Manager for the IFCPP, and has been providing IT, graphic design, and web design for the last decade.  She is the founder and principal of SharpCo Designs, and provides service to a variety of businesses and institutions.

Gwin can be contacted at or at SharpCo Designs


Kelly Layne is a connector of people & things & thrives on building/fostering relationships & community. Her professional experience includes over 16 years of marketing & social media strategy, sponsorships & event production, with a primary focus on non-profit fundraisers & lifestyle events. Event production & sponsorhip experience include a large spectrum of clients & non-profit organizations.

Kelly is an active participant in her local community of Santa Monica and Venice, CA, serving her 7th year on the board of the Venice Chamber of Commerce & spearheads the "Chamber in Action": Focus on bettering our communities by motivating people to come together for volunteer-based beautification projects. She has received received accolades from the City & State of Los Angeles for her work supporting community & non-profits & was recognized by LA City Councilman Mike Bonin as a "Community Hero" for 2017. Kelly is a firm believer that we must keep working together to beautify, better our community & effect positive change!  Kelly is a proud member of the IFCPP social media and event planning team.

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