Philip Dickison Named as New CEO of the NCSBN


The NCSBN Board of Directors (BOD), has named Philip Dickison, PhD, RN, to succeed retiring CEO David Benton. Dickison assumes duties as CEO on Oct. 1, 2023. Dickison currently serves as NCSBN’s chief operating officer (COO), a post he has held since 2017. In that capacity, he has traveled extensively representing NCSBN across the globe. He has nearly four decades of experience in organizational leadership, strategic planning and not-for-profit business operations working with government regulatory bodies, licensure testing and educational institutions both nationally and internationally. Prior to his appointment as COO, he served NCSBN chief officer, examinations, for seven years.

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