In July 2008, the spark was ignited when a few business analysts discussed the idea of forming an IIBA® chapter in Northeast Wisconsin. The underlying belief was that the area was in need of a common forum for business analysis professionals to network and share ideas, best practices and techniques. View the entire Chapter History...
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The Chapter Board of Directors has approved Deb McCormick as the VP of Education and Certification. She will be completing Ben DeBoer's remaining term, which expires in February 2013. She currently hold the position of Director of Certification.
The VP of Education & Certification is responsible to design the Chapter's professional development programs to increase competence of the business analysis community. He or she is responsible for promoting Business Analysis professionalism at the Chapter level through delivery of educational curriculum at applicable meetings, events, seminars, and workshops. The educational program delivery is designed to help members achieve certification as Certified Business Analysis Professionals (CBAP®).
Deb has 15 years of business analysis experience. She is currently a Senior Business Analyst at Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®). In addition to performing business analysis on projects, Deb is also responsible to provide coaching, mentoring, and training for other business analysts, and to perform quality assurance. Deb was intimately involved in developing Thrivent Financial's requirements methodology including processes, procedures, guidelines, and templates.