Moving from a Degree-Centric Postsecondary System to an Incremental Credentialing System: What Happens to Learners’ Financing Options?

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About the Board

  • More than 125 members
  • Represent key stakeholder groups: postsecondary institutions and providers; higher education state systems; industry and employers; business and professional associations; accrediting, quality assurance, and standards organizations; philanthropy; policy and governmental entities; research organizations; data and learning management industry; workforce boards; direct service intermediaries and advocacy organizations; military; international organizations; communications; and other organizations working on aspects of credentialing
  • Provide perspectives on and advocate for incremental credentials to transform the nation’s credentialing system
Accrediting & Standards Organizations, Board Member
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Nusenda Credit Union

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Goodwill Industries International

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Lumina Foundation

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Business & Industry Employers: Workforce Organizations & Professional Associations
Workcred

ROY SWIFT is Executive Director of Workcred, an affiliate of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Previously he served as Chief Workforce Development Officer at ANSI, and Senior Director of Personnel Credentialing Accreditation Programs. He formerly served as Executive Director of the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), following a long career in the U.S. Army Medical Department where he was Chief of the Army Medical Specialist Corps in the Army Surgeon General’s Office with policy responsibility for Army occupational therapists, physical therapists, dietitians, and physician assistants throughout the world.

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Accrediting & Standards Organizations

Dr. Alan Rosenfeld is the associate vice president for academic programs and policy (AVPAPP) for the University of Hawaiʻi System. In this capacity, Dr. Rosenfeld partners with the ten UH campuses and various

Dr. Alan Rosenfeld is the associate vice president for academic programs and policy (AVPAPP) for the University of Hawaiʻi System. In this capacity, Dr. Rosenfeld partners with the ten UH campuses and various UH System offices to provide leadership in academic program and policy development as well as articulation, transfer, strategic planning, inter-campus academic program collaboration, and the University's efforts to address state workforce needs. Rosenfeld spent fourteen years at UH West O‘ahu, where he served as associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and WSCUC accreditation liaison officer, having previously held faculty roles as humanities division chair and faculty senate chair.

The George Washington University

KYLE ALBERT is Assistant Research Professor at The George Washington University in the GW Institute of Public Policy and co-director of its Program on Skills, Credentials & Workforce Policy. He studies emerging alternatives to college degrees, such as professional certifications...

KYLE ALBERT is Assistant Research Professor at The George Washington University in the GW Institute of Public Policy and co-director of its Program on Skills, Credentials & Workforce Policy. He studies emerging alternatives to college degrees, such as professional certifications...

Accrediting & Standards Organizations
Advance CTE

DAN ADAMS leads Advance CTE’s

DAN ADAMS leads Advance CTE’s Data & Research team where he’s responsible for Advance CTE’s data quality and initiatives to promote data-driven decision-making among state Career Technical Education (CTE) leaders and within Advance CTE.

 

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