Lisa is primarily responsible for providing consultation and advice to a variety of information technology certification testing programs on their test design, exam development process, and exam maintenance plans. She also conducts, interprets, and communicates the results of psychometric analyses based on item response theory and classical test theory, focused particularly on equating, scaling, forms assemblies, and security analyses. Most recently, Lisa has become interested in section level exam development and score reporting, differing approaches to blueprint specification development, and hybrid standard setting methodologies. She has presented at regional and national conferences and published journal articles on her current research interests, including comprehensive approaches to test security, item and exam stability over time, and exam development solutions for domains with rapidly changing content. Lisa received her Ph.D. in Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation from Boston College. Prior to joining Alpine Testing Solutions in 2011, she worked in higher education assessment and evaluation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and in institutional research at Tufts University.