IBCCES Welcomes a New Vice President of Growth, Al Emerick

The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), a leading global provider of autism and cognitive disorders training and certification, welcomes Al Emerick as the new Vice President of Growth. In this role, he will be focusing on building and cultivating community and corporate relations to enhance accessibility & inclusion options within cities across the United States and the globe.

Al has spent more than two and a half decades consulting and working with regional, national, and global companies as a brand marketing, sales, and organizational effectiveness leader. His diverse industry portfolio includes working within healthcare, advertising, retail, entertainment, technology, non-profit, training and education, pharma, and facilities management. Al is also an accomplished public speaker, emcee, voice actor, and on-camera spokesman, having appeared in more than 20,000 video, audio, and digital productions, and spoken live before more than one million people across the United States.

“We are excited to welcome our newest member, Al Emerick,” said Myron Pincomb, Board Chairman of IBCCES. “With Al’s extensive experience and expertise in a wide range of industries, he can help us connect with more organizations and communities to create more accessible and inclusive environments for autistic and sensory sensitive individuals.”

For more than 20 years, IBCCES has been the leader in cognitive disorder training and certification for healthcare, education, and corporate professionals around the globe. IBCCES created programs specifically for the hospitality and recreational organizations such as hotels, theme parks, and other attractions so staff would be more knowledgeable and other accommodations could be offered to this growing, but underserved, part of the community. IBCCES is the only credentialing board offering these types of programs, which include training from subject matter experts and autistic self-advocates, as well as long-term support and continuous learning, onsite reviews, and more.

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