Join us for our PMIWDC Annual Membership Meeting to hear our CEO Kendall Lott reviewing our 2023 highlights. Our 2023 CEO Elect,Uma Hiremagalur will give you a brief look into what is planned for 2024. You will have an opportunity to network, and our new Board Members will be introduced to the Membership. We are also excited to share that Carl Pritchard will be presenting, "Why Am I So Calm?" In this presentation, Carl looks at the swirl of activity and crises and examines how to remain calm and resolute in the face of (Insert your favorite current mayhem here). He prescribes specific actions, statements and activities to reassert control in what seems like uncontrolled (and sometimes uncontrollable) times. Carl shares the calming influence of effective planning, established alliances and yes, even doomsday planning.
Carl Pritchard is principal and founder of Pritchard Management Associates. He is a recognized lecturer, author, researcher, and instructor, with eight textbooks to his credit. As a trainer, he is the “fun guy” of project management, engaging audiences on topics from any of his books. Carl served as lead chapter author for the Guide to the PMBOK, Risk Chapter (4th Edition). His work as an instructor has taken him worldwide, training for learning organizations, private clients and the Project Management Institute®. He spent 15 years as US Correspondent for the UK PM magazine, Project Manager Today, and was PMI Global’s “Best of the Best” in project management for 2019, earning the Eric Jenett Award.
There's More: Join the Toy Drive!
As an expression of our thanks and gratitude this holiday season, PMIWDC would like to invite our members to join us as we participate in a Toy Drive. Toys will be collected and donated to the Northern Virginia Family Services (NVFS).
Bring a new or unwrapped toy with you to drop off at our Annual Membership Meeting. Toys are separated by age group.
The NVFS’ Gifting for Families Toy Drive provides a special holiday gift for more than 2,500 children and their families throughout Northern Virginia. These children and families are current clients receiving services from at least one NVFS Program and are primarily located in Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William & Arlington counties. The toys are sorted based on age ranges, so each child receives something suited to them and their needs—often this is the only brand-new toy that they receive during the holiday season.
For more information on Northern Virginia Family Services or find other ways to donate, please visit https://www.nvfs.org/support/holiday-giving/.