In 2018, more than a dozen public members attended the ICE Exchange. Two of them – Kevin Harris and Ben Klein – are bright, energetic millennials who conveyed their enthusiasm about being public members during a joint interview at the conference in Austin.
Cynthia Durley, MEd, MBA, was the 2018 recipient of the ICE Lifetime Achievement Award. In this interview, Durley recounts her more than 35 years’ experience with ICE, how she first entered the field and her advice for what it takes to be a good mentor.
This year’s ICE Exchange, held in Austin, Texas, from Nov. 6-9, was the most highly attended in ICE history. Session rooms were held with captive attention, while in between, hallways were buzzing with conversation and the exchange of ideas.
In this continued series, we explore the role of the public member, interviewing individuals and telling their story – their experience, triumphs and challenges. Hear from Thomas Hartsell Jr., who serves as public member for the Art Therapy Credentials Board, Inc.