I bring 20 years of experience in project and program management. My path to becoming a Project Manager was not traditional. I became certified in 2019 after making a big career pivot into management consulting. In 2017, I accepted a role as a Communications Manager and started to lead strategic communications for a federal project. After just one year, due to be exceptional performance, I was promoted to Deputy Project Director to provide oversight of all communications and IT efforts. In 2020, I was promoted again to Project Director led a communications centric project leading 21 FTEs and driving strategy for communication, outreach, and IT activities. Over the course of my career, I have worked across the private and public sector in health care, social impact, operations, project and program management, and communications. I have more than 15 years of experience in strategic communications, and leading strategy for social, digital, and traditional media efforts. My diverse experience and expertise in communications will allow me to bring a fresh perspective. If I am elected, I will develop a strategic communications plan that is inclusive and allows the Chapter to not only promote events and meetings, but to also provide substantive content and engagement opportunities current and potential members.
I have a B.S. in Organizational Communications, and my PMP. I would love the opportunity to support the Board’s vision and to serve our Chapter membership through innovative, creative, and thoughtful leadership of our MarComm team!