The Occupational Therapists Affiliated Credentialing Board, created in
Wis. Stat. § 15.406(5), is affiliated with the Medical Examining Board and has authority as outlined in Wis. Stat. ch. 448, subch. VII.
The members of the Occupational Therapists Affiliated Credentialing Board are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature to serve 4-year terms. The Board consists of 3 Occupational Therapists, 2 Occupational Therapy Assistants, and 2 public members.
|Member||Officer||Member Type||Term Expiration|
|Black, Teresa L.||Vice Chairperson||Occupational Therapist Assistant Member||7/1/2027|
|Erickson, Terry||Secretary||Public Member||7/1/2027|
|Hanson, Randi J.||Occupational Therapist Member||7/1/2027|
|Inda, Kari C.||||Occupational Therapist Member||7/1/2026|
|Donovan, Amber M.||Occupational Therapist Member||7/1/2027|
|Kearns, Christine C.||Occupational Therapist Assistant Member||7/1/2027|
*Board members whose terms have expired may continue to serve until their successor is confirmed by the Senate.
The Occupational Therapy Compact Commission (OTCC) invites you to provide public comments regarding the Data System Rules
and the Rule on Definitions
. The public comment period is for 30 days, from November 8 – December 8, 2023. Anyone interested in reviewing and/or providing public comment can click the link to each document and follow the instructions for submitting comments. After considering public comments, the OTCC will hold a special meeting on January 11, 2024 to vote each of these rules. You can find a list of upcoming OTCC and OTCC Committee meetings on the OT Compact meetings page.
The Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact (OT Compact) is an interstate compact, or formal agreement among states, that facilitates interstate practice of occupational therapy. Under the OT Compact, Occupational Therapists (OTs) and Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs) who are licensed in good standing in a Compact member state may practice in other Compact member states via a “compact privilege.” Wisconsin has enacted OT Compact legislation (2021 Wisconsin Act 123) and is currently planning for its implementation. It is estimated that the compact will be in effect in Wisconsin by 2025. Information about the OT Compact can be found at this link:
Last updated: 11/14/2023