Terri Hinkley (CEO, MSNCB) and Janice Moore (CEO, SeaCrest Consulting) share lessons learned by the Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board (MSNCB) during a recent implementation of live remote proctoring.
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Terri has been the CEO of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) and Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board (MSNCB) since 2017. Terri is a former senior clinical research operation professional with 21 years of clinical and industry experience, coupled with over 32 years in acute care nursing in the healthcare setting. She has seven years of association management leadership experience.
Terri has a keen interest in the future of work and learning, given today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) environment. In her former role, Terri implemented a new certification product, intended to be the foundational credential for a robust pipeline of micro-credentials that can be taken as individuals grow professionally. She facilitates a monthly executive session on the ASAE ForesightWorks strategic drives for certification leaders holding membership in the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE).
Terri was elected as the President-Elect of the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS) in July 2019.
Terri teaches in the graduate Clinical Research program at George Washington University and an online continuing education nursing program in Toronto. Terri received her RN from Centennial College, BScN from York University, an Executive MBA from Athabasca University, and an Ed.D. in the Executive Leadership (ELP) Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) Program at the George Washington University.
The Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board (MSNCB™) is a professional organization whose mission is to validate excellence in medical-surgical nursing. We administer the Certified Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse (CMSRN®) certification program because certification is the recognized path for registered nurses to build and demonstrate commitment, confidence, and credibility. Certification provides an added credential beyond licensure. It demonstrates, by examination, that the Registered Nurse adheres to specialized nursing standards and has acquired a core body of specialized knowledge in their practice or specialty.
Janice co-founded SeaCrest Consulting with Cynthia Allen in 2006 to serve as a resource for organizations seeking to build, improve, and grow certification programs. Leveraging 18 years of experience in the certification industry, including her previous role with the Institute of Credentialing Excellence (ICE) and the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), she serves as a strategic partner for organizations seeking to develop new credentials, improve existing programs, and achieve accreditation.
After working with clients across dozens of industries to develop their certification programs, Janice firmly believes that accreditation standards are an effective framework for improvement. Her understanding of the application and interpretation of accreditation standards and the workings of the NCCA, ANSI, and ABSNC accrediting processes is evident in the more than 200 successful accreditation applications submitted by SeaCrest.
Janice serves as a strategic planning partner to evaluate and improve clients’ major program areas helping set goals, assess feasibility, develop strong governance foundations, facilitate policy development, and design quality management programs.
In addition to volunteering throughout her community, Janice remains committed to the certification industry through a number of volunteer activities. She often presents at industry conferences (including ICE and ASAE), has participated on numerous ICE committees, and currently serves on the ICE Board of Directors and ICE Accreditation Services Council.
The SeaCrest Consulting Company provides expertise in certification program accreditation for programs seeking NCCA accreditation, ISO 17024 accreditation, and ABSNC accreditation. SeaCrest also works with clients to develop new certification and certificate programs, create strategic plans, develop policies and procedures, change organizational structure, and develop marketing and communications strategies for credentialing programs. SeaCrest’s primary focus is helping organizations strengthen their certification programs and achieve NCCA, ANSI, IAS, or ABSNC accreditation.