Jamie Mulkey to head up Caveon Client Services Group
[frame_left][/frame_left]SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Caveon Founder, Jamie Mulkey, Ed.D. has been selected to head up Caveon’s Client Services Department. Mulkey will be promoted to Vice President of Client Services effective immediately.
“With Caveon’s client base growing, it’s important that we continue to give our clients excellent service” observed John Fremer, Caveon’s President. “Jamie has demonstrated extraordinary abilities in the area of client management and she is highly regarded in the testing industry. She is the perfect individual to manage this critical function.” Says Mulkey, “I’m excited to be directing this effort. Our clients are like gold to us – they are precious and we want to continue to bring them value with the services we provide.”
Jamie Mulkey came to Caveon in 2003 from Hewlett Packard, where she was manager of Exam Design and Management for HP’s Certified Professional program. She joined Caveon as a Founder and Senior Director. A tireless and effective organizer and manager of industry-wide activities, Mulkey is a past President of the Association of Test Publishers (ATP) and a consistent contributor to ATP initiatives. Mulkey currently heads up ATP’s Test Security Initiative and is working with a team to plan the first-ever ATP Test Security Summit, which will follow the ATP Innovations conference in March 2008.
“It’s time for testing organizations to work together to stop cheating and theft of our exams” says Mulkey. “I’m glad that I can help as a test security professional.”
Jamie has held a number of other leadership positions in the testing industry including: ANSI PCAC board member, jCert Initiative, and a three-year position on the Editorial Board ofCertification Magazine. Jamie was also a research fellow for the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and sat on the Board of Directors for the Performance Testing Council (PTC).
Jamie holds a Doctorate in Educational Psychology and Technology from the University of Southern California and a Masters degree in Instructional Technology from San Jose State University.
Caveon is a privately held test security technology and consulting firm offering prevention, detection, and remediation services aimed at test fraud and theft. In addition to consulting services, Caveon has developed patent-pending technologies, which analyze test data for signs of cheating and test theft. Caveon offers test security solutions for clients in the education, engineering, transportation, safety, information technology, health care, financial services, and other industries.
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