Xvoucher Shorts | Liberty Munson | ep.6

Written by Christine Avery
Xvoucher Shorts | Liberty Munson | ep.6

Xvoucher is excited to present Xvoucher Shorts. These conversations are designed to discuss critical assessment and learning issues with experts in the credentialing field. Each recorded segment is no more than 10 minutes in length, we hope you enjoy!


Microsoft’s ‘Growth Mindset’ Approach is a game changer for certificants.


In our sixth edition, Jamie Mulkey, Vice President of Sales for Xvoucher interviews Liberty Munson, Director of Psychometrics at Microsoft. 



What if a credentialing program decided to shift the test taking paradigm and turned standard practices for exam design and delivery inside out? Our guest in this edition of Xvoucher Shorts has done just that.  

Take a few minutes and join us as we discusses Microsoft certification program’s new renewal initiative. 

“"How do we keep our candidates excited about learning and keeping their skills up to date?...We came up with this really cool way of assessing skills, making sure people were up to date by tying it to learning content that really focuses on what has changed since you earned your certification."- Liberty Munson


Liberty Munson | Microsoft


Liberty Munson, PhD, is the Principal Psychometrician for Microsoft Learning’s technical certification program. Prior to joining Microsoft, she worked at Boeing where she developed a wide variety of selection tests, assisted with the development and analysis of Boeing’s internal certification exams, and managed their Employee Survey. She received her BS in Psychology from Iowa State University and her MA and PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with minors in Quantitative Psychology and Human Resource Management from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


Dr. Jamie Mulkey, Ed.D. | Xvoucher

jmulkey_headshot (1 of 1)Dr. Mulkey is currently the Vice President of Sales at Xvoucher. Spanning over two decades of service in the credentialing industry, Dr. Mulkey has a distinguished history of contributions to the field, having held major positions in testing organizations, certification task forces, and testing-related non-profit associations.