CONFERENCE & EVENTS

NEWS

 

 

JEOLC 2021

Joint Election Official Liaison Committee

January 14-15, 2021

Washington, DC

Ritz-Carlton Hotel

1250 South Hayes Street

Arlington, Virginia 22202

Election Center Special Workshop

February 24-28, 2021

Pasadena, CA

The Westin Pasadena

191 North Los Robles

Pasadena, California 91101

CERA Classes February 27-28, 2021

7.

Facilitating Voter Participation

8.

Implementation Of New Programs In Voter Registration & Elections Administration

19.

New Developments in State and Federal Election Law   renewal class

This is a renewal class and is only available to current graduates.

Election Center Special Workshop

April 21-25, 2021

Houston, TX

Hilton Houston Post Oak

by the Galleria

2001 Post Oak Blvd

Houston, TX 77056

CERA Classes

9.

Modern Federal Election Law & Regulations: 1965 To Present

10.

Constitutions, Courts, And Cases To 1965

34.

Risk Management Policy and Practice   renewal class

This is a renewal class and is only available to current graduates.

PEP Special Session

May 10-15, 2021

Auburn, AL

THE HOTEL AT AUBURN UNIVERSITY

AND DIXON CONFERENCE CENTER

241 South College Street

Auburn, Alabama 36830

CERA Classes

5.

Ethics in Election and Voter Registration Administration

6.

Communications In Election & Voter Registration Administration

11.

History I – Ancients to 1781

12.

History II – 1781 to Modern Era

PEP Summer Session

July 10-17, 2021

Denver, CO

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel      Denver Tech Center

7801 East Orchard Rd

Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

CERA Classes

1.

Introduction to Election and Voter Registration Systems Administration

2.

Management and Leadership Concepts in Election and Voter Registration Administration

3.

Planning & Budgeting for Elections & Voter Registration

4.

Election Information Access & Security

5.

Ethics in Election and Voter Registration Administration

Election Center 36th Annual National Conference

August 21-25, 2021

Scottsdale, AZ

Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

6902 East Greenway Parkway

Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

CERA Classes August 21-22, 2021

11.

History I – Ancients to 1781

12.

History II – 1781 to Modern Era

35.

Strategies for Intergovernmental Collaboration and Cooperation   renewal class

This is a renewal class and is only available to current graduates.

36.

Public Procurement Policy and Practice   renewal class

This is a renewal class and is only available to current graduates.

ELECTION CENTER COMMITTEES

Attention Active Election Center Members!

Please join one or more of the following Election Center Committees and get involved with shaping programs and policies. To join a Committee please call 281-396-4309 or e-mail services@electioncenter.org and tell us what committee(s) you would like to serve.

Program Planning Committee

The Program Planning Committee serves to provide the Election Center Executive Director and Program Director  with the theme, agenda and prospective speakers during the development of each Special Workshop and National Conference. The Committee convenes via telephone and e-mail as needed.

Postal Task Force

The Postal Task Force serves as the Election Center's liaison with the United States Postal Service (USPS) to provide open and ongoing communications among the organizations and to help ensure a strong partnership that services the needs of the nation's voters in exercising their democratic rights. We meet twice per year at JEOLC in January and the National Conference in August and via e-mail with significant announcements.

Election Legislative Committee

The Legislative Committee serves as the Election Center's liaison with the United States Congressional staffers to provide open and ongoing communications to Election Center members regarding new and pending federal legislation related to elections administration and voter registration. The Committee serves at the pleasure of the Election Center Executive Director and the two Committee Co-Chairs are Travis Weipert, CERA, Johnson County Auditor, Iowa and David H. Stafford, CERA, Supervisor of Elections, Escambia County, Florida. We meet once per year at the National Conference in August and during the year via e-mail and conference calls with significant federal legislation.

CERA FALCULTY PUBLICATIONS

The Future of Election Administration

Mitchell Brown

Kathleen Hale

Bridgett A. King

Once again, the Election Center is pleased to announce the Palgrave Macmillan publication of The Future of Election Administration written by three of our esteemed CERA faculty at Auburn University; Mitchell Brown, Kathleen Hale & Bridgett A. King.

 

About this Book

Stakeholders in the operation of American elections are keenly focused on policy reform, resource allocation, administrative professionalism, voter access and accessibility, equipment security, and system integrity.

The Future of Election Administration is an edited volume that gathers the perspectives of today’s most forward-thinking practitioners and experts of policy, advocacy, and research about the importance of particular election practices, the professional and operational challenges that election administrators and voter registrars face, and emerging issues in the field. Through its combination of multiple perspectives to describe, analyze, and anticipate key dynamics and dilemmas as well as its emphasis on the practical aspects of administration, this book makes a unique contribution to the election administration literature.

About the authors

Mitchell Brown is Professor of Political Science at Auburn University, USA. Her scholarship focuses on empowerment processes for marginalized groups, including electoral strategies and program evaluation for public and nonprofit organizations. She contributes regularly to the CERA program.

Kathleen Hale is Professor of Political Science and director of the graduate program in election administration at Auburn University, USA. She serves on the Election Center’s Board of Directors and the MIT Data and Election Sciences Lab advisory board, and directs Auburn University faculty in CERA, the national professional certification program for election officials established in partnership with the Election Center.

Bridgett A. King is Assistant Professor of Political Science and director of the MPA Program at Auburn University, USA. Her research focuses on political participation, voter disenfranchisement, and citizen perceptions of the electoral system. Formerly a voting rights researcher in the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University, she contributes regularly to the CERA program.

Reviews

“This volume has assembled state-of-the-art work by some of the very best election administration scholars. With extant theory as its foundation, this work exhibits the highest of thought and evidence on many challenging topics related to voting, including federalism, resources, professionalism, technology, and even the quality of democracy itself. In doing so, this work succeeds in both contextualizing election administration in the American political climate and illuminating a path forward for future research.” (Kyle L. Saunders, Professor, Political Science, Colorado State University, USA)

“Both The Future of Election Administration and its open access companion, The Future of Election Administration: Cases and Conversations provide a much-needed framework for organizing the multiple stakeholders in the field of election science. Combined, they highlight the pressing questions in the field, the progress that has been made, the experiences on the ground that make a difference, and the future challenges we face.” (Lonna Atkeson, Professor, Political Science, University of New Mexico, USA)

The Future of Election Administration

Cases and Conversations

Edited by

Mitchell Brown

Kathleen Hale

Bridgett A. King

  • Highlights practical problems, questions, and challenges for understanding, studying, and taking part in election administration
  • Provides guidance from practitioners across the country on tackling the various issues faced in election administration
  • Presents a series of case studies at the national, state, and local level to underscore issues and suggestions

About this book

As the American election administration landscape changes as a result of major court cases, national and state legislation, changes in professionalism, and the evolution of equipment and security, so must the work of on-the-ground practitioners change. This Open Access title presents a series of case studies designed to highlight practical responses to these changes from the national, state, and local levels. This book is designed to be a companion piece to The Future of Election Administration, which surveys these critical dimensions of elections from the perspectives of the most forward-thinking practitioner, policy, advocacy, and research experts and leaders in these areas today. Drawing upon principles of professionalism and the practical work that is required to administer elections as part of the complex systems, this book lifts up the voices and experiences of practitioners from around the country to describe, analyze, and anticipate the key areas of election administration systems on which students, researchers, advocates, policy makers, and practitioners should focus. Together, these books add to the emerging body of literature that is part of the election sciences community with an emphasis on the practical aspects of administration.

About the authors

Mitchell Brown is Professor of Political Science at Auburn University, USA.

Kathleen Hale is Professor of Political Science and director of the graduate program in election administration at Auburn University, USA.

Bridgett A.  King is Assistant Professor of Political Science and director of the MPA Program at Auburn University, USA.

Reviews

“Both The Future of Election Administration: Cases and Conversations and its companion, The Future of Election Administration provide a much-needed framework for organizing the multiple stakeholders in the field of election science. Combined, they highlight the pressing questions in the field, the progress that has been made, the experiences on the ground that make a difference, and the future challenges we face.” (Lonna Rae Atkeson, Professor, Political Science, University of New Mexico, USA)

Auburn University Graduate Certificate

Graduate Certificate in Election Administration

The Graduate Certificate in Election Administration is a 15 credit hour program within the Auburn University Master of Public Administration Program. The certificate requirements include 3 required courses and 2 electives, which are available online.

The curriculum is designed to provide graduate level students and practicing professionals with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to function effectively in election administration. The certificate can be earned while pursing an MPA or independently. Courses cover institutional arrangements, law and policy, and critical contemporary issues facing the election administration community. Students are also required to complete an ePortfolio.

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CURRICULUM

Required Courses

POLI 6270 Seminar in Election Administration

POLI 6280 Election Regulation and Reform

POLI 7920 Internship**

Electives

POLI 6150 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations

POLI 6290 Public Sector Information, Security, and Risk Management POLI 6470 Comparative Election Administration

POLI 7520 Program Evaluation

**Practitioners can use the Election Center Certified

Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA) program certification to fulfill the internship requirement.

EPORTFOLIO

To complete the certificate, students create an ePortfolio, a professional website that demonstrates mastery and showcases knowledge and skills.

QUESTIONS? CONTACT

Kathleen Hale, JD, PhD

Professor, Department of Political Science

Director, Graduate Program in Election Administration

 

 

Election Risk Profile Tool

Original release date: August 31, 2020

Last revised: September 02, 2020

The Election Risk Profile Tool, developed through CISA’s National Risk Management Center (NRMC) and released in partnership with the Election Assistance Commission (EAC), can be accessed with the link below.

The Election Risk Profile Tool:

  • Is a user-friendly assessment tool for state and local election officials to develop a high-level risk profile across a jurisdiction’s specific infrastructure components;
  • Provides election officials a method to gain insights into their cybersecurity risk and prioritize mitigations;
  • Accepts inputs of a jurisdiction’s specific election infrastructure configuration; and
  • Outputs a tailored risk profile for jurisdictions, which identifies specific areas of highest risk and recommends associated mitigation measures that the jurisdiction could implement to address the risk areas.

2020 Mail Ballot Preparedness: Impacts of Global Pandemic

 

Webinar Presentations

August 27, 2020

Download the latest presentation from Dan Bentley, Principal Product Management Specialist, USPS; Tammy Patrick, Senior Advisor, Democracy Fund and David Beirne, Director, FVAP where they discuss the impacts of the global pandemic on domestic and overseas voters' mail ballots - what to expect and how to prepare. Members login for these valuable resources.

Cyber Security & Response Solutions to COVID-19

For Election Officials in 2020

Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency

Cyber Incident Detection and Notification Planning Guide for Election Security

Guide to Vulnerability Reporting for America’s Election Administrators

U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Innovative Practices

and New Solutions Guide

Download theses guides and resources from our Election Security Infrastructure area. They provide election officials with effective ways to identify and respond to potential cyber threats as well as a step-by-step guide to developing a successful vulnerability disclosure program. The Innovative Practices and New Solutions Guide provides crucial guidance for election officials to help ensure a safe and secure election in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members login for these valuable resources.

Elections COVID-19 Working Group

How to Administer and Secure Election Infrastructure in Light of the COVID-19 Epidemic

June 4, 2020

Download the latest Joint EIS COVID-19 Working Group Guidance Resources:  These guidance resources were created through the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council and  Sector Coordinating Council to help election officials and private sector vendors navigate the unique election administration and security challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Members login for these valuable resources.

1. Considerations for Modifying the Scale of In-Person Voting

2. Finding Voting Locations and Poll Workers

3. Health and Safety at the Polling Place

4. Safeguarding Staff and Work Environment from COVID-19

 

 

Elections COVID-19 Working Group

Joint EIS COVID-19 Working Group Guidance Resources

April 9, 2020

Download the Joint EIS COVID-19 Working Group Guidance Resources:  Please find below the Joint EIS COVID-19 working group documents listed below. These resources are meant to be used by Election Infrastructure Subsector stakeholders as they navigate the COVID-19 challenge in relation to conducting elections. We greatly appreciate the efforts by so many who have worked tirelessly to develop these products. Members login for these valuable resources.

1. Outbound Mail Ballots

2. Ballot Applications

3. Inbound Mail Ballot Process

4. Signature Verification & Cure

5. Electronic Ballot Delivery

6. Ballot Drop Box

 

Elections COVID-19 Working Group

Vote by Mail Project Timeline

March 31, 2020

Download the Vote by Mail Project Timeline:  This timeline was a joint effort by CISA and subject matter experts who worked with some of our colleagues in the states and local level as well as private sector to develop as part of the Elections COVID-19 Working Group. Members login to download.

 

 

 

 

This timeline is meant to answer many of the questions CISA is getting from state and local officials about what steps need to happen and when, when regarding vote by mail processes.  This is not meant to assume an ALL-mail election, but instead the steps needed to be taken, even if you are expanding VBM significantly in your state.  Stay well and be safe!

 

 

United States Postal Service Industry Alert

March 20, 2020

COVID-19 CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS UPDATE

 Customer Signature Service

COVID-19 Response and Prevention

A number of cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) have recently been confirmed across the country.

The safety and well-being of our employees & customers is our highest priority. Members login to continue reading.

 

2020 Election Outreach

Toolkit

For Election Offices Serving UOCAVA Voters

Are you ready for 2020 elections? To support your voting assistance efforts, we created toolkits with new outreach materials for Service members and U.S. citizens residing overseas. We’re here to help you help them vote absentee from anywhere in the world.

 

Inside you'll find:

 

  • Social media posts and graphics for Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.
  • Blog, message board and LinkedIn posts
  • Blurbs for emails and websites
  • Infographics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get the outreach toolkit

Get more materials to help you help absentee voters

 

The Election Center has partnered with the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) in their #TrustedInfo2020 education effort! #TrustedInfo2020 will help get voters the information they need to effectively participate in our democracy by highlighting election officials as the trusted sources for credible election information. Download the toolkit.

 

 

 

 

 

Also available to you for this campaign is a #TrustedInfo2020 toolkit which provides you with:

·  Website & Social Media Accounts

·  Timeline

·  Sample press release

·   Sample social media posts and graphics

·   Sample email

You can learn more about this effort by checking out NASS's #TrustedInfo2020 webpage.

 

NASS Launches #TrustedInfo2020: A Public Election Education Initiative

Special Workshop Presentations

Greenville, South Carolina

The Election Center Special Workshop, Voting Options In Preparation for Elections 2020 was held in Greenville, South Carolina February 12-16, 2020. We heard from your colleagues and stakeholders in election administration on the myriad of alternative voting options and methods for our voters as well as how those options are changing and working across the country. In addition new voting methods and the security issues encompassing those methods were presented for discussion. Please see below the names of the speakers, their agencies and the various topics addressed. Please log in as a member to access their power point presentations.

Welcome to South Carolina

Marci Andino, State Election Director South Carolina

Voting Options In Preparation for Elections 2020

The U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Christy McCormick, Chairwoman

Benjamin Hovland, Vice Chair

Donald Palmer, Commissioner

Thomas Hicks, Commissioner

Understanding and the Use of Electronic Ballots

Whitney Quesenbery, Co-Director Center for Civic Design

Alternative Election Systems in the U.S.

Robert Montjoy, Auburn University

USPS Mail Support Initiatives for 2020

Dan Bentley, Principal Product Management, USPS Specialist, U.S. Postal Service

Gary Bartlett, Fair Vote

Delivering Democracy Challenges and Solutions with Voting by Mail in 2020

Tammy Patrick, Senior Advisor, Democracy Fund

FVAP Federal Voting Assistance Program

Meghan Kelly, State Legislative Affairs Specialist

2020 Census and the Redistricting Data Program

James Whitehorne, Chief, Census & Voting Rights Data Office

The State of Redistricting An Overview

Wendy Underhill, Director – Elections & Redistricting Program, NCSL

CISA Support Initiatives for 2020

Matt Masterson, Senior Cybersecurity Advisor

Expanded Access Through Mobile Voting

Amelia Powers Gardner, Utah County Clerk/Auditor

Vote By Mail Michigan No Excuse Absentee

Ginny Vander Roest, Training and Communications Manager, Michigan Bureau of Elections

Logical Election Policy Recommendations of BPC's Task Force on Elections

Matt Weil, Director, Elections Project | Bipartisan Policy Center

Automatic Voter Registration Same Day Registration

Joe Gloria, Registrar, Clark County Board of Elections, NV

Programs to Recruit Student Poll Workers (Video)

DC Board of Elections Staff

How Election Polls Are Conducted And Used

Paul Gronke, Professor, Early Voting Information Center, Reed College

Voting Rights For People With Disabilities And The ADA

Elizabeth Johnson Senior Trial Attorney, Disability Rights Section, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice

Noah Praetz, Consultant, Department of Homeland Security

Joint Election Officials Liaison Conference 2020

Washington, DC

Topics and Presentations

The Joint Election Officials Liaison Conference (JEOLC) was held in Washington DC January 9-10 2020. Please see below the names of the speakers, their agencies and a brief description of each of their topics. Please log in as a member to access their power point presentations. If you were at JEOLC or not able to join us, we hope this brief summary and presentations will provide additional information to assist in the conducting of election administration in your jurisdiction. If you have any questions about the topics or presentations at JEOLC, please contact the Election Center at services@electioncenter.org or call 281-396-4309. Thank you to all of our speakers for a dynamic and substantive JEOLC program. The Election Center Special Workshop in Greenville, SC, February 12-16, 2020 is our next event. Please register today!

Delivering Democracy: Challenges and Solutions with Voting by Mail in 2020

Tammy Patrick, Senior Advisor; Democracy Fund

Information on anticipated 2020 Vote by Mail trends, current partnerships with USPS, and available resources for election officials

Access to the Vote: People with Disabilities

Michelle Bishop, Voting Rights Specialist; National Disability Rights Network (NDRN)

An introduction to National Disability Rights Network and an overview of current issues with poll site accessibility.

Elections Infrastructure ISAC: Preparing for 2020

Ben Spear, Director; Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC)

An introduction to who the Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center is and a description of their offerings for elections-focused cyber defense tools.

ESI #Protect 2020 The Last Mile

Matt Crane, Elections Subject Matter Expert; Lafayette Group

An overview of CISA’s ‘Last Mile’ initiative to engage local jurisdictions, vendors, and campaigns to strengthen relationships and provide effective information sharing on current election security threats.

CISA Election Security Initiatives

Geoff Hale, Director, Election Security Initiative; Department of Homeland Security

An overview of the current election security services offered by DHS for jurisdictions to effectively detect and mitigate security vulnerabilities on their networks.

Investing in Elections

Kathleen Hale, Professor and Election Administration Program Director; Auburn University

Mitchell Brown, Professor; Auburn University

A presentation of the current findings from their ongoing research project of the overall costs to elections.

Report from the United States Election Assistance Commission (EAC)

Commissioners: Christy McCormick, Chairwoman; Benjamin W. Hovland, Vice Chair; Donald L. Palmer; Thomas Hicks

 A report on the current changes to staffing and financing in the EAC and the highlights of the 2018 EAVS survey.

#TRUSTEDINOF2020  Election Officials are your trusted sources for election information

Maria Benson, Director of Communication, National Association of Secretaries of States (NASS)

An overview of the current social media campaign partnership to fight misinformation and disinformation about elections for the upcoming 2020 elections.

2020 Trends in State Voter Registration and Elections Legislation

Wendy Underhill, Director of Elections & Redistricting Program; National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)

A summarized review of 2019 legislative news across all 50 states.

Federal Voting Assistance Program 2020 Update

David Beirne, CERA, Director, Federal Voting Assistance Program

An overview of the FVAP 2020 initiatives for training and education of UOCAVA voters.

Geo-Enabled Elections  Geographic Information Systems in Election Administration

Jamie Chesser, Geospatial Program Manager; National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC)

An introduction to NSGIC and updates on the current state pilot programs using GIS systems in elections.

U.S. Government Accountability Office Work on Election Administration Issues

Rebecca Gamble, Director, Homeland Security and Justice Issues; US Government Accountability Office

An overview of the current reports issued by the GAO in regards to election administration and efforts on select issues taken by the DOJ.

A Framework for Election Vendor Oversight

Lawrence Norden, Director, Election Reform Program; Brennan Center for Justice

A Presentation on the federal certification program for election system vendors and resources.

CERA Graduates in The News

Board of Elections Employees Receive Certifications

Originally Published with the Union County Government and in The Enquirer Journal - Monroe, North Carolina   October 8, 2019

Board of Elections Employees Receive Certifications Board of Elections Chairman Harry B. Crow, Jr., Juanita Reyes, Kristin Jacumin and County Commission Chairman Richard Helms at the Board of County Commission meeting on October 7, 2019

Three employees with Union County’s Board of Elections are being recognized for their achievements in earning professional certifications.

Kristin Jacumin, Director of Elections for Union County, recently earned the designation of Certified Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA), the highest professional achievement, in a ceremony conducted by The National Association of Election Officials in Orlando, Florida.

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Lafourche election official to receive national certification

Originally Published in the Daily Comet Larfourche Parish, Louisiana Aug 19, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        Lafourche Registrar of Voters Mike Boudreaux

Lafourche Registrar of Voters Mike Boudreaux has been chosen to participate in a national accreditation program in Florida this week.

Boudreaux is traveling to Orlando to receive his certification as an elections and registration administrator, a designation earned through a multi-year course through the Election Center’s Professional Education Program, Auburn University and the University of Alabama.

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Caldwell County's Elections Administrator receives CERA certification and special recognition from State Representative

Pamela Ohlendorf, a Caldwell County Elections Administrator has been participating in the Election Center's Professional Education Program over the course of several years where she has received continuing education credit from Auburn University in election administration and voter registration.    Read More...

Pamela Ohlendorf holding the certificate and Texas state flag flown at the capitol in commemoration of her CERA graduation August 20, 2019

 

Elections director earns CERA title

Originally published in the Wapak Daily News - Wapakoneta, Ohio

Michelle L. Wilcox, Director for the Auglaize County Board of Elections will be designated as a Certified Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA) the highest professional achievement, in a ceremony conducted by the Election Center at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Orlando, FL at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 20, 2019.

 

CERA designation is achieved only through a multi-year course of study taught by the Auburn University MPA faculty, Auburn, Alabama and conducted by the Election Center’s Professional Education Program.

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Michelle Wilcox

Arldt Earns Highest Mark

Originally published in the Lexington Leader - Lee County, Texas July 31, 2019

Carla R. Arldt, Elections Administrator for Lee County, Texas will be designated as a Certified Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA) the highest professional achievement, in a ceremony conducted by the Election Center at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Orlando, FL at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 20, 2019.

 

 

Carla Arldt, seen above, Elections Administrator for Lee County, earned her CERA.

“Lee County is indeed fortunate to have Carla as one of the top designated professionals in America.  Obtaining and maintaining CERA status means that she has committed to a career long process of continuing education... Read More...

 

 

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Tarrant County, Texas

"There is a passion in this industry with people who work in it, you see it in the courses.   It brings people from every state together. "

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Hays County, Texas

"They've really helped me to gain confidence, they've really help me to learn at a fast pace. And for those who don't understand all the dynamics in elections that is saying something"

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"I have the statewide perspective and the national because of my role in the national secretary of state's executive board. So it allows us to kind of put the full picture together..." .

One of the best indications of a programs success is the way it touches the lives of the people involved. Take a look as  our students share their own story and experiences with our certification program. Watch Our Student's Stories here.

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