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WEB19 An Update on the Professional Certification Coalition

On-demand Webinar

Description

         

 

With support from a legal team at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, ICE and ASAE formed the Professional Certification Coalition (PCC) to promote and represent non-governmental professional certification organizations and programs and their service providers. The PCC advances the best interests of those who use or rely on professional certification—such as employers, reimbursers and the general public—as well as of individual professionals themselves who achieve professional certification status. 

The PCC has been monitoring and analyzing bills introduced in the 2019 state legislative sessions that impact private certification. The PCC has identified over 60 bills across the nation that affect private certification in four principal contexts:

  • Occupational Licensing Reform
  • Governmental versus Private Certification
  • Consumer Choice Acts (or Right to Earn a Living Acts)
  • Criminal Conviction Re-entry Legislation

Attendees will gain an understanding of the PCC's mission, current initiatives and implication on private certification and how to get involved. 

Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Format: On-demand Webinar
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including Q&A

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Presenters

 

Denise Roosendaal, CAE, Institute for Credentialing Excellence

Denise is a thirty-year veteran of association management. She has served as Executive Director for the Institute for Credentialing Excellence for over seven years. Her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree is from the University of Virginia. Her Masters of Arts in Public Administration is from Syracuse University. Denise earned her Certified Association Executive certification in 2001. Denise co-authored the chapter on topic of credentialing in the ASAE Handbook of Professional Practices in Association Management, third edition. Denise is the recipient of the 2018 Ben Schimberg award for public service. Denise has spoken at the 2016 ASAE Annual Conference, 2017 Great Ideas Conference, and the 2017 Learnapalooza.

Julia Judish, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Julia Judish is Special Counsel with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, in their Washington, DC office. Her practice focuses on employment law and nonprofit governance. Her employment practice covers all facets of the employment relationship, and she serves as a trusted advisor to clients. Ms. Judish provides critical and strategic counseling to ensure compliance, to address sensitive employment issues, and to resolve and defuse employment-related disputes, with the goal of avoiding litigation where possible, and, where matters proceed to court, placing the employer in the strongest litigation posture. Ms. Judish represents private-sector employers, nonprofit organizations – including trade associations, 501(c)(3) charitable organizations, and credentialing and certification organizations – and government contractors. Her nonprofit practice includes advice on governance, ADA accessibility issues, and due process requirements for members and certificants, as well as employment issues. Ms. Judish is a co-author, with Jerald Jacobs, of the Certification and Accreditation Law Handbook (3d ed.). Ms. Judish graduated from Harvard Law School and is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Maryland.

 

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