Congratulations to the 61 new credential holders in November
Emily Aarnio, Alvin Aluvathingal, Raymond Banks, Jr., Shane Barnes, Anthony Barrett, Cathleen Barry, Lucas Barwick, Joe Battle, Jr., Donald Bouchard, Michael Calio, Sean Callahan, David Carey, Benjamin Chiswell, III, Michael Crane, Daniel Crouch, Jacob Davis, Todd Emo, Rachel Fry, Terrianne Grieco-Robertson
Nivashini Harikrishnan, Juanita Harrell, Karen Heath, Aravinda Joginapalli, Albert Johns, Breanna Johnson, Skye Johnson, Ambica Kalburgi, Edward Kelleher, Timothy Kenny, Kate Knorr, Tyler Longworth, Sayed Mujtaba Masood, Carolyn Maurer, Mary McEvoy, Demaron McFarlane, James Moll, Christina Murdock, JaBrille Norcott, Sampson Ntiamoah
Clifton Jay Odum, Rizwan Oskoui, Bart Pester, Tremaine Prince, Monica Ramthun, Madeline Reigh, Robert Riley, Ashley Roberts, Stephanie Roma-Brown, Robert Sobeski, Ph.D., Haset Solomon, Denise Spencer, Rhesa Mae Subong, Richard Thewes, Yan Wang, Christion Ward, Jessica Welch, John Wood, Michelle Worster, Robert Yon, Peter Young, Mbuih Zukane Retruyap
Connecting to the Future. At this special event, you will connect with your peers to hear three speakers and learn about the power of intellectual connection, the future of artificial intelligence and the value of virtual meetings. 3 December, 1:00 p.m.–4:45 p.m. EST (UTC-5)
We're pleased to announce the results of this years election!
Vice Presidents-Elect: Deepak Chaudhary (Operations Services), Bruce Edgerton (Professional Development) and Jacob Artz (Technology) will take the reins of their respective operational areas January 2020 for a three year term.
PMIWDC board members welcomed Sunil Prashara, President & CEO at Project Management Institute last month for dinner in downtown D.C.
We were excited to meet Sunil! He had been on the job just two months and was visiting the largest chapter in the world! The board shared the chapter's strategic vision and plan for the next 5 years. Sunil shared his strategy and where he sees PMI heading in the future. In his Facebook live chat with Uma Hiremagalur, VP Technology, he talked about his 6 priorities :
PMIWDC was chartered in 1978 and has grown to a membership of over 11,000, making it the largest PMI chapter in the world. As the organization evolves to accommodate its large and diverse Project Management community, the board is focused on ensuring we keep up with how PMI is changing globally, nurturing an environment of sustainment in membership while preparing for a new generation of project managers and prioritizing personal and professional development amongst its membership.