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2017 ICE Executive Summit

$450 ICE Members | $515 Non-Members

Monday, October 23, 2017
The Roosevelt New Orleans
New Orleans, LA

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 *Note: Registration is through the ICE Exchange conference registration. You are not requited to attend the conference to attend the workshop.

"The ICE Executive Summit was a unique and enlightening experience. The content helped generate and inspire ideas on how each executive could best use their influence within their own organization. There were many key takeaways of 'real life' examples."

- Katie Neal, Executive Director, Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board

Audience

Designed for Strategic Thinkers of Credentialing Organizations

This event is designed for certification body leaders who are focused on strategy and vision. The intent of this workshop is to create an intimate, engaging and high-level program that maximizes your opportunities to apply the expertise of credentialing innovators to the unique challenges your certification organization is facing.

Program

What is the value your credentialing program offers? How do you build resilience?  What markets might you reach?

ICE’s 2017 Executive Summit will provide an opportunity for leaders of credentialing organizations to explore research on the changing workforce. Sara Skvirsky will set the day sharing research from the Institute for the Future. Learn about the blending landscapes of working, learning, and living that will occur in the next 8-10 years. Discuss the signals of change that can help predict the changes for the future, and the new worker archetypes that are emerging. With guidance from Michele Warholic, dig deeper in to which issues resonate most with the credentialing field. Discuss the challenges and opportunities these changes present, and discover ways to strengthen existing programs and building new revenue and program models. Leave the workshop prepared to tackle future changes with a practical, actionable plan.

Speakers

Michele Warholic

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Michele Warholic, J.D., CAE, was the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) former Managing Director of Examinations, Education and Talent. In this role, Ms. Warholic provided executive level oversight for CFP Board's NCCA accreditation of their CFP® certification program.  She also led the continuing development of the rigorous CFP® Certification Examination; established and upheld educational standards for enhancing the knowledge, skills, and abilities of current and potential CFP® professionals. She has extensive experience in the areas of higher education administration, including workforce development in community colleges and human resources management. She served as the Executive Director of the AAUW - American Association of University Women, and her experience includes the private practice of law and management positions in the automotive industry.

After relocating to her home state of Ohio, Ms. Warholic continues as an active ICE member serving on the Government Affairs committee.  She earned her JD from the University of Akron School of Law and a BA in Business Management from Hiram College.

Sara Skvirsky

Research Director, Institute for the Future

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Sara brings a diverse background in the fields of education, community organizing, and social justice advocacy to her work as a researcher for the Ten-Year Forecast program. Having spent several years in Latin America and Spain before joining IFTF in 2011, she approaches futures thinking from a deeply global perspective. In addition to being a member of the Ten-Year Forecast team, Sara leads much of IFTF’s future of learning research, working with governments, educational institutions, corporations, foundations, and non-profits around the world to understand the rapidly shifting landscapes of education and work.

Sara is passionate about giving individuals and institutions the tools they need to more effectively think about and prepare for the future. In 2014, Sara developed and launched IFTF’s Foresight Studio, which produces resources and courses to train people in futures thinking and foresight methodologies. She also has been a core member of several projects using IFTF’s massively open online forecasting platform, the Foresight Engine, to engage large audiences in thinking about complex future ideas.