Competency-Based Education Network
Dr. Tiffany Freeze has extensive experience building CBE programs in higher education and work-based settings. She currently serves as a principal consultant with the Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN) working with institutions nationwide to design CBE programs. Additionally she serves as the Chief Assessment Officer of The QuILTSS Institute in which she leads the design and build of competency-based education (CBE) programs. She is an experienced and credentialed leader of assessment centers and virtually delivered behavior-based assessment using the latest technologies. Tiffany co-directed C-BEN’s Competency-Based Assessment Collaboratory project in partnership with 20+ institutional leaders to release new assessment resources. Tiffany also served as the 2020 President for the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis. In this role she led the organization alongside the Executive Committee to hold regional and state-level meetings advocate for members provide workshops inform legislation among other priorities in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. Prior to her current role Tiffany served as Assistant Dean in the College of Professional Studies at Lipscomb University where she led the Curriculum and Academic Team to the launch of PACE Lipscomb’s 126-credit hour competency-based program. She also served as an assistant professor administrator of Lipscomb’s CORE Assessment Center and engaged multiple employer partnerships.