Beth A Partleton, MPM, PMP

PMI Fellow, 2016

Beth Partleton, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, served on the PMI Board of Directors from 2008 to 2013. She was elected Vice Chair in 2010 and Chair in 2011. For six years she served on the PMI Educational Foundation Board of Directors, serving as Chair in 2006.

She has been involved with PMI since 1991. She is currently a member of the Certification Governance Council and serves as Secretary.

Among her numerous credits, Ms. Partleton was the project manager for the 1997 PMI Symposium in Chicago and has spent time on various PMI committees, including two years on the PMI Nominating Committee, and one year on the Ethics Appeal Committee. In addition, Ms. Partleton was a founder and charter member of the Milwaukee/Southeast Wisconsin (USA) Chapter, and served its first president in 2000. She also served three years on the Board of Directors for the Manufacturing Specific Interest Group (SIG). For her dedication to PMI, Ms. Partleton received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award in 1998.

Ms. Partleton is an experienced consultant who provides project and portfolio management to leading organizations. Companies benefit from her 30 year career with Miller Brewing Company, where she served as the Director of Capital and Risk Management, responsible for portfolio management of capital projects at all Miller breweries in the United States. Ms. Partleton was also responsible for the project management of major capital projects. During her career with Miller, she also served as head of the project management office, senior project manager, and the functional manager of architectural and civil engineering.

Ms. Partleton holds a Master of Project Management degree from Keller Graduate School of Management and a Master of Architecture from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She is a registered architect in the State of Wisconsin and has been a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)® since 1991.


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