ICE Committees

Getting involved in your professional association brings even greater value to your membership experience. Through your volunteer role with ICE, you can gain fresh perspective, increase your industry experience, and nurture deeper connections with knowledgeable industry peers.
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Below are each of our volunteer committees & task forces and their charges. 

Annual Conference Program Committee

Charges:  
  • Solicit and review proposals for 2012 ICE Annual Conference
  • Review timeline and special events and make recommendations to the Board
  • Determine possible speakers, including keynotes for the 2012 ICE Annual Conference
  • Introduce speakers and monitor break-out sessions at 2012 ICE Annual Conference
  • Determine theme for the ICE Annual Conference
  • Identify roundtable topics and serve as facilitators  
  • Utilize social media
    (ICE Exchange conference registration is waived for Program Committee members during their maximum two years of service on this committee.)

    Education Committee

    Charges:

    • Develop content and solicit speakers for ICE Academy offerings for Professional Development Series and CEO Connect Series webinars:

                  - Develop Professional Development webinars (6-7 per year)

                  - Provide input into the CEO Connect Series topics/speakers (3-4)

    • Create an annual professional development calendar to be presented at ICE Exchange
    • Act as evaluators on each of the webinars
    • Research and make recommendations to ICE management regarding new education opportunities

    Government Affairs Committee

    Charges:
    • Respond to federal and state legislative matters affecting the credentialing community

    Membership & Marketing Committee

    Charges:
    • Make retention calls to non-renewing members, monitoring and reporting to ICE Management reasons why past members fail to renew.
    • Serve as focus group for new ICE initiatives, as needed
      
    Publications Committee

    Charges:
    • Review current publications for relevancy, timeliness, etc. as needed.
    • Survey the members on potential topics, if applicable
    • Solicit & review ICE white paper proposals and select proposals for drafting
    • Review and edit white papers in peer review panels
    • Promote completed white papers
    • Make recommendations to the ICE Management for development of new publications as needed

    Research and Development Committee

    Charges: 
    • Conduct benchmarking surveys and publish research products as per the R&D Agenda

    • Maintain credentialing library

    • Analyze industry trends and conduct literature reviews

    Research and Development Fundraising Committee

    Charges: 
    • Raise funds for the annual Research & Development Program for ICE

       

    ICE Digest Editorial Committee

    Charges: 
    • Research options for an ICE journal, review current editorial content/practices.
    • Assist with the development and implementation of an electronic version of the ICE Digest

    International Credentialing Task Force

    Charges:

    • Determine needs of the credentialing community around international expansion
    • Develop tools for the members to enhance knowledge around entry into international markets. 

    External Stakeholder Resource Development Task Force

    Charges:

    • Determine consumers' needs (information, research, resources) in making informed decisions on certification.
    • Assist in the planning, drafting, and/or implementation of consumer resources that credentialing organizations might need to articulate value of certifications to stakeholders.
    • Discuss ways that social media and digital badging might assist in the communication about value to stakeholders.

    Public Member Resource Development Task Force

    Charges: 

    • To offer public members an opportunity to network and collaborate on needed resources to support their role in credentialing organizations. 


    Credentialing Careers Task Force

    Charges: 

    • To analyze the various roles for all staff within a credentialing organization and support the, as they continue to grow in their career. 

    Emerging Leaders Task Force

    Charges:

    • To analyze the current pathways to ICE leadership and ways to identify/recognize up-and-coming leadership potential within the ICE community.