I.C.E. Awards

2021 Awards

I.C.E. recognizes individuals who have demonstrated innovative leadership in the credentialing and/or licensure industry, and those who have demonstrated outstanding commitment or service to I.C.E.  The 2021 award recipients will be recognized at the Awards Ceremony, November 17 in Nashville, TN.

 

2020 Award Recipients

Credentialing Industry Leadership Award

The Credentialing Industry Leadership Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated innovative leadership in the credentialing and/or licensure industry by developing, implementing and researching programs or practices.

Todd Galati, MA

The Mary Macomber Service Award

The Mary Macomber Service Award recognizes an individual who has displayed exemplary service and commitment to the community of I.C.E. and the organization, has been instrumental in facilitating the achievement of the I.C.E.’s goals, and has demonstrated a history of volunteer service in I.C.E.

Rebecca LeBuhn

I.C.E. Next Gen Professional Award

The I.C.E. Next Gen Professional Award recognize individuals who are in the early development of their credentialing career. These individuals demonstrates commitment to developing skills necessary for success in the credentialing profession, a desire to create a career path in credentialing, and a willingness to mentor others within their organization.

Amin Saiar, PhD

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Jason Fine

I.C.E. Research Award

The I.C.E. Research Award recognizes an individual or organization that conducted credentialing-related research of particular significance to the I.C.E. community. Specifically, this award recognizes best practice in research as well as the impact on the credentialing community.

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Chair's Commendation

The Chair Commendation Award is recognized by the I.C.E. Chair for an individual who has provided outstanding service and dedication to I.C.E. or has been a foundational influence on the Chair's work or career. 

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Janice Moore

Past Recipients

Lifetime Achievement Award 

I.C.E.’s most prestigious award, recognizing long-standing, extraordinary contributions to the credentialing industry, whose vision, efforts, commitment and contributions advanced the credentialing profession.

2019

James Henderson, PhD

2018 Cynthia C. Durley
2017 Joan E. Knapp
2016 Carol Hartigan
2015 David Swankin
2014 Paul Grace
2010 William Hogan
2000 Ben Shimberg
1999 Dennis Faulk

Credentialing Industry Leadership Award

Innovative leadership in the credentialing and/or licensure industry by developing, implementing and researching programs or practices

2019

Rory E. McCorkle, PhD, MBA, CAE, PMP, SPHR, NPDP

2018 Cary List
2017 Lawrence J. Fabrey
2016 Denise Fandel
2015 Ray Infante
2014 Karen Plaus
2013 Denise Humphrey
2011 Cynthia Miller Murphy
2009 Lynn D. Anderson
2008 Melissa Murer Corrigan
2007 Lenora G. Knapp
2006 Susan H. Eubanks
2005 I. Leon Smith
2004 Gary Smith
2003 Mary Smolenski
2002 Paul Grace
2001 James Henderson
2000 Tom Clawson

The Mary Macomber Service Award

Displayed exemplary service and commitment to the community of I.C.E. and the organization, has been instrumental in facilitating the achievement of the I.C.E.’s goals, and has demonstrated a history of volunteer service in I.C.E.

 
2019

Michelle Nolin, CPLP

2018 John Wickett
2017 Christopher Butcher
2016 Linda Lysoby
2015 Jefferson Glassie
2014 Sandra Greenberg
2013 Paul Grace
2012 James Henderson
2011 Johnna Gueorguieva
2010 Francine Butler
2009 Lawrence J. Fabrey
2008 Cynthia Durley
2007 Richard A. Goldberg
2006 Larry Early
2005 Joan Knapp
2004 David Swankin
2003 James Hogan
2002 Maralyn Turner
2001 Michael Martin

 

Innovator Award 

Recognizes an individual or organization who/which created an innovative approach to a product, policy, process, or system that transforms or achieves a new level of success in a unique and innovative wayy and also is transformative and replicable for other individuals/organizations.

2019

Jerry B. Reid, PhD

2018 NBCOT

 

NextGen Professional Award 

Indivduals in the early development of their credentialing career, who demonstrates commitment to developing skills necessary for success in the credentialing profession, a desire to create a career path in credentialing, and a willingness to mentor others within their organization.

 
2019

Ashley Bardsley

Norah Duffy

2018 Cynthia Sena Kusorgbor-Narh

 

Research Award

An individual or organization that conducted credentialing-related research of particular significance to the I.C.E. community, recognizing best practice in research as well as the impact on the credentialing community.

2019 National Board of Certification and Re-certification for Nurse Anesthetists