Call for Speakers now through June 30, 2022
Thank you for your interest in the 2022 DC-Maryland-Virginia (DMV) Project Management Symposium, a hybrid event! We are accepting speaker submissions for our September 20th Speaker’s Symposium event now through June 30, 2022. Applicants will be informed of decisions by August 1, 2022. The hybrid event features a virtual speaker program and an evening in-person networking event.
The virtual speaker’s symposium will be taking place September 20th live via Zoom, from 10:00 am-3:00 pm EST. The event will feature an Opening and Closing Keynote Speaker. Individual speaker sessions will be scheduled in 1-hour (60 minute) blocks, assigned during either the morning or afternoon sessions. Each 1-hour (60 minutes) slot includes both the time used for the speaker presentation and Q&A. Speaker’s presentations will be recorded live and made available on the event platform for at least 30 days after the event.
In the late afternoon of September 20th, we will host an in-person networking event, dinner, and a live production of the True Talks with Project Managers webcast. PMI Washington DC chapter members will be invited to this ticketed in-person event. Speakers accepted to present for the virtual portion of the event will receive 1 complimentary ticket (non-transferrable/no cash value) to the evening in-person networking event. Individuals are responsible for travel and other costs to attend. Additional tickets may be purchased via the registration site.
Symposium Theme: Engage. Empower. Transform.
Recent world events have made our world more impersonal than ever before. As the world recovers from global pandemic and other negative events, project managers and other leaders must engage (or reengage) their leadership, teams, and clients more than before. How can the PM community foster and increase engagement? How can we empower traditionally disenfranchised communities? What transformation do we want to see?
Instructions for Call for Speakers
Please complete the form linked below with the required information:
- Your Name and Email
- Presentation Title
- Brief description of the presentation (max 500 words)
- Presentation objectives/takeaways
- Your bio (max 1,500 words)
- Your Headshot
- Talent Triangle Recommendation (Technical, Strategic, Leadership)
- Upload a 2 to 3-minute video of you introducing yourself and describing your presentation (this video is required and will be used to evaluate your presentation skills and support your overall submission application)
If you have questions, you make contact the Symposium Committee at [email protected].
We will evaluate applications and notify our selectees by email by August 1, 2022. Schedule time slots will be negotiated after that date.
Speakers will not be paid for participation. If accepted, by participating in the live virtual event, Speakers agree to the recording and sharing of presentations made for this event. Speakers are eligible for self-reporting PDU credits earned with event participation as outlined in the PMI PDU Reporting Guidance https://ccrs.pmi.org/claim.