ISSP credential holders span many industries, sectors, and associations -- which is why we're hosting a series of discussions about the importance of earning an ISSP credential. On January 30th at 10:00am PT/1:00pm ET, join us as we chat with credential holders working in higher education at the Universities of Richmond, Michigan State, Auburn, and Colorado State:
- Rob Andrejewski, ISSP-SA - ISSP Board President; Director of Sustainability, University of Richmond
- Amy Strickland, ISSP-SA - Sustainability Manager, Auburn University
- Stacey Baumgarn, ISSP-CSP - Campus Energy Coordinator, Colorado State University
- Ann Erhardt, ISSP-SA - Project Administrator, Michigan State University
Listen as these leaders in their field tell personal stories about the value that recognition for their sustainability expertise has brought to their careers. Attendees will learn about the credentialing process and the professional standards it examines; identify who the credentials are designed for and who holds them; and familiarize themselves with the key benefits a professional credential brings to individuals as well as the sustainability field as a whole.
The panel presentation will take place virtually via GoToWebinar and is free to attend. A recording of the event will be distributed to registrants after it takes place.