Agnieszka Maria Gasperini
Agnieszka Gasperini is a multicultural, passionate volunteer and leading expert in project management. Over the past fifteen years she has been teaching, advising and coaching project managers and executives around the world, focusing her expertise around European Union (EU) development projects. Her work, articles and overall contribution to the profession have been recognized with several awards, including the PMI Distinguished Contribution in 2012.
Mrs. Gasperini is the CEO and founder of Project Management Consulting. Formed in 2003, the firm was one of the first consulting and training firms focused on Project Management established in Poland. She has trained and coached more than 10,000 executives and has consulted over 500 companies in gaining European Union (EU) funds for their projects (over €1 billion in total). She is an assessor of EU projects, serving the European Commission and local governments since 2007. Mrs. Gasperini has been a speaker at forums in over 20 different countries. Since 2010, she has been part of the faculty of Warsaw University and business schools.
Mrs. Gasperini has been an active PMI volunteer for more than 18 years, is a PMI Poland Chapter founder (2002), and has served as both president and vice president of the chapter (2008–2012). She has held several roles that support PMI’s global operations since 2013, including serving on the Board Volunteer Advisory Committee (BVAC) team, as a region mentor in Central Europe, and as a PMIEF Community Engagement Committee (CEC) member. She is also a graduate of the PMI Leadership Institute Master Class (2012).
She holds a master’s degree from Warsaw University in economics and management, and completed post-graduate studies in project management at George Washington University. Mrs. Gasperini was raised in Poland and lived in Italy from 2011 to 2017. She speaks Polish, English, Spanish, Italian and conversational German and Russian. Her hobbies include dancing Argentinian tango and playing the saxophone.