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Urban’s Carol Martsolf Named Vice Chair of IACET Council on Standards Development
Publication Date
November 28th 2017, 10:00 am

Urban is pleased to announce that Carol Martsolf, PE, LEED AP, has been named vice chair of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training’s (IACET) Council on Standards Development. Ms. Martsolf is a vice president and director of training in Urban’s Philadelphia headquarters.


“It is quite an honor to be named vice chair of this internationally-acclaimed organization that sets the high bar for continuing education and training,” Ms. Martsolf said. “I look forward to working with my fellow council members and IACET in my new role.”


The IACET Council on Standards Development is responsible for the development, maintenance and dissemination of evidence-based standards that promote and enhance quality continuing education and training (CE/T). As vice chair, Ms. Martsolf will be working with staff and volunteers to help IACET write and interpret these standards. She will succeed to chair in September 2018.  


“We are proud to have individuals like Carol on our team,” said IACET CEO Joe McClary. “Carol is a consummate professional and her knowledge of engineering is deep and wide. We look forward to working with her and being the beneficiaries of her knowledge and experience.”


A graduate of Temple University, Ms. Martsolf is a Professional Engineer with 25 years of experience. She helped Urban become an Accredited Provider with IACET and receive the National Exemplar Award for Internal Training. The program has since evolved to become a dynamic business for Urban, offering professional development opportunities for the entire A/E/C community, who can participate in the Institute’s classes from anywhere in the world through an online connection. Since its inception, the program has been responsible for awarding over 12,000 professional development hours to its participants.