November 15, 2017 *, 60 minutes
1 pm Eastern (12 pm Central, 11 am Mountain, 10 am Pacific)
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Number of CERPs & CNEs
1.00 R CERP and 1.00 CNE*
Pam Weber, MPA, CAE
IBLCE® Deputy Executive Director
Christine Staricka, BS, IBCLC, RLC, CCE
By the end of the webinar, the participate will be able to:
- Summarize the three key areas of the IBCLC certification requirements for eligibility to sit the exam.
2. Describe the process for applying to the IBCLC certification and the expectations for sitting the exam.
3. Summarize the requirements to maintain the IBCLC certification.
Pam Weber, MPA, CAE joined IBLCE in 2014. Prior to her work with IBLCE, Pam has been in leadership roles for 15 years in non-profit associations serving the public education and yoga industries, where she directed the development of a new certification program, assisted in the creation of an online rating credentialing system, and directed leadership and professional development programs. She holds a BS in Agriculture Economics and a Master in Public Administration, with a focus in non-profit studies.
She was recognized as an Honorary Fellow by the Institute for Administrative Management (IAM) in the United Kingdom, as well as awarded in the Volunteer Hall of Fame from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN). Pam volunteers as the public member on the Certification Governance Committee for CoSN, which governs a certification program for school educational technology leaders. Pam also serves on the programming committee for the Certification Networking Group and on the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Education Committee.
Christine is an experienced IBCLC and provider of professional lactation education. She has been involved in lactation work in both the volunteer and professional settings since 2001. She is co-founder of Central Valley Lactation Association, a USLCA chapter serving the lactation professionals in California’s Central Valley. Together with one of her IBCLC colleagues, she co-founded a lactation education consulting business in 2013, and since that time they have been educating future IBCLCs. In 2015 she was elected to serve as the Director of Marketing for USLCA.
Christine is a wife and mother of 3 wonderful and intelligent daughters. She is an active IBCLC voice on social media, creating and sharing original content as well as curating content from reputable and credible sources of positive and educational breastfeeding information. She advocates passionately for the IBCLC credential and for the optimal health and wellness of babies and families.