CWEA’s Lydia Guerra Attains ICE-CCP Certification

A Journey of Professional Excellence in Credentialing
Norah Duffy, CAE, ICE-CCP, Director of Certification, Announcements
Lydia Guerra

Lydia Guerra, ICE-CCP

Lydia Guerra, Senior Certification Manager at CWEA, has achieved the Certified Credentialing Professional (ICE-CCP) certification from the Institute for Credentialing Excellence.

This milestone marks a significant step in Lydia’s career and her commitment to professional development and excellence in the field of credentialing.

The ICE-CCP certification is a hallmark of competency in professional credentialing. It encompasses vital skills such as assessment development and validation, credentialing program operations, governance and resources, and psychometrics. Achieving this credential signifies a comprehensive understanding of credentialing activities and how they connect to create a strong program.

Lydia’s preparation for the exam has not only elevated her own professional skills, but enhanced her ability to manage CWEA’s certification programs effectively. The year she spent preparing for the exam, along with her experiences as an applicant have given her a deeper understanding of the certification process.

“Going through the certification process as an applicant has helped me better connect with and support CWEA members that are seeking certification,” Lydia said. “I understand the commitment that it takes, and have a new appreciation for the dedication of our applicants.”

Lydia started her career with CWEA in 2016 as a temporary employee. Since then, she has earned three promotions to her current role as Senior Certification Manager. In this role she is responsible for overseeing day-to-day credentialing activities and collaborating on exam development.

Her latest achievement, the ICE-CCP certification, is a significant milestone in her career. Lydia’s story is an example of how commitment to professional excellence and lifelong learning and growth can lead to exceptional achievements.