Dr. Sandy Greenberg celebrates the receipt of her award with her ProExam colleagues who attended the ICE conference.
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On Wednesday, November 12, during the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) 2014 Exchange annual conference, ICE recognized Dr. Sandy Greenberg by presenting her with the ICE Service Award. Each year the ICE Service Award is bestowed upon an individual who has displayed exemplary service and commitment to the organization, who has been instrumental in facilitating the achievement of the organization’s goals, and who has demonstrated a history of volunteer service in ICE.
The following appeared in the conference brochure:
Sandra Greenberg, PhD is Vice President for Research & Advisory Services at Professional Examination Service (ProExam) where her responsibilities include strategic planning; serving as a liaison to key clients and stakeholders; developing business relationships and expanding client engagements in new sectors; and coaching and mentoring colleagues. Dr. Greenberg has conducted large-scale studies of professions; standard setting, feasibility, and recertification studies; and developed observational scales, portfolio-based assessments, and practical examinations for nationally- and internationally-recognized credentialing programs. She has been active in the fulfillment of ProExam’s mission regarding the educational initiatives for credentialing stakeholders, and has been an active participant at the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE), the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR), and the Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards (FARB); and the Association of Test Publishers (ATP). With regard to ICE, Dr. Greenberg has served on the Program Committee, the Nominating Committee, the Publications Committee (chair), the Governmental Affairs Committee, and the Marketing and Communications Committee, as has made numerous presentations at ICE Educational Conferences.
The Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) advances credentialing through education, standards, research, and advocacy to ensure competence across professions and occupations.