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Chapter Meeting – January 2021:

Evolution of the Pre-Historic Sticky Note

Date: 01-21-2021 5:45 to 7:45 PM

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The NEW DATE for the Annual Conference is August 23rd, 2021

PMI Customer Care notice

As you may have heard or experienced first-hand, our Customer Care team is experiencing significantly higher contact volumes due to the dynamic nature and rapidly evolving situation globally. This is not unique to PMI as many service industries have been disrupted by COVID-19. In the month of May alone, we experienced our highest contact volumes in PMI history, and the volume does not show any sign of decreasing.

Please know we are working around the clock to respond to each inquiry, and we’re continuing to explore alternative ways we can address them. In the meantime, these are the actions we’ve already taken to help decrease the need for members to contact Customer Care.

  • We’re updating our COVID-19 Update Page on an ongoing basis.
  • We're waiving rescheduling fees for all certification exams until 1 October.
  • We’re automatically extending all candidates’ exam eligibility until 18 January 2021.
  • We've launched our new PMI Beta Bot, a 24/7 chat bot to answer your basic questions. Check it out on our Contact Us page.
  • We’ve created the PMI Customer Care Alexa Skill so members and certification holders can link their PMI.org account to any Amazon Alexa-enabled device to ask Alexa: “What is my member (or certification) since date?” “What is my membership end date?” “When does my certification expire?” “How many PDUs do I have?” Try it today!

We ask for your patience and support in utilizing our Customer Care contact info so we can respond to each member and customer. If you have a question specific to chapter operations, please contact your chapter partner.

Kitty Heite

Chapter Administrator

Project Management Institute

President's Message - January 2021

Greetings,

I hope you all had a time of rest and relaxation through the holidays, even if this year's festivities may have looked different.

What a strange year we are closing out. I've seen a lot of sentiment towards 2020 in the vein of "Good Riddance", which I think we can all relate to. Whether our losses feel big or small, we all lost a lot this year. For me, the loss of day to day human interactions and a general sense of normalcy, has taken its toll. I have NEVER looked more forward to attending an in-person chapter meeting or a board meeting as I do now! 

No situation is ever all good or all bad, and the pandemic is no exception.  

There have been some very specific wins for our chapter this year.  For those that have been with us for any amount of time, you know that one of our struggles has been figuring out how to offer more online and virtual content; this year, necessity has forced us to find solutions in this space.  Along with accelerating the timeline for our technology, our move to online meetings has increased our speaker pool.  With travel no longer posing as a constraint, we can now search for speakers anywhere in the world. Lastly, our online world has allowed us to continue to connect with and build strong partnerships with other chapter leaders.

It's part of the modern day human experience to take stock of the year that has passed, as we start the next.  Do you make resolutions each year?  If you do, do you keep them? You don't have to answer that! In my personal life, I never made resolutions, but for many years, I have taken the time to set goals as the new year begins.

As I start this year as your Chapter President, my focus will be on these key areas:

  • Ensure our chapter is able to respond to changing needs in the coming year. We have made the very tough decision to not meet in person until July 2021. This will be adjusted if and when needed, based on available guidance and information.  Seeing you all in person will be the highlight of my presidential term.
  • Continue to offer services and programs that meet the needs of our membership. As a board, we are here to support you.
  • Work with each VP to develop a succession plan for their teams, in order to build a pipeline of strong Chapter leaders into our board positions. If this is all I accomplish this year, this is where I want to leave my legacy. I am very passionate about ensuring we have new board members to innovate, alongside those that have experience in leading our chapter. I believe that in order for our chapter to grow to the next level, we need a solid mix of new and seasoned board members.
  • Strengthen our existing relationships while building new relationships with other chapters. While we have a lot to offer chapters, we also have a lot to learn from our peers. As in all aspects of our lives, we can always do more together than we can alone.

When I ran for the position of President-Elect, I was looking for a new challenge. Well, in this mid-pandemic year, I have surely found it. I look forward to continuing to weather this storm with all of you, coming out on the other side as an even stronger chapter. 

Thank you,

Jessica Johnson, NCPMI Chapter President, 2021

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Grow Your Skills

It is particularly important for Project Managers to maintain and improve their project management knowledge and skills to stay competitive in the market. PMP certification is a critical component. As, during the resent years, project management discipline took a step toward more flexible and dynamic project management methodologies, in addition to the traditional waterfall approach, several new emerging methodologies became in high demand. Thus, training and credentialing in these methodologies became highly sough after among Project Management professionals. It is especially relevant in today's economic climate.

Membership Statistics

Total Members 3682
New Members This Year 18
PMP® Members 2691
CAPM® Members 57
PgMP® Members 10
PMI-SP® Members 5
PMI-RMP® Members 16
PMI-ACP® Members 145
PfMP® Members 4
PMI-PBA® Members 6
Members with no Certification 928
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 3593
Student Members 57
Other Members 32
PMP/CAPM/PgMP/PMI-SP/PMI-RMP/PMI-ACP/PfMP/PMI-PBA are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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  • Jennifer Vasquez, PMP
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  • Loic Lautredou, CAPM
  • Kate Brandon Sutton, PMP
  • Elizabeth Le Duc, PMP
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  • Jessica Page, PMP
  • Timothy Baker
  • Nequella Battle
  • Kourtnei Williams
  • Jillian Piccicuto
  • Raj Kumar, PMP
  • Olivia Reding, PMP
  • Ryan McCuskey, PMP
  • Tian Tian
  • Cristiane Rachid
  • Virginia Snyder
  • Lawrence Martin, PMP
  • William Johnson
  • Hannah Wilson, PMP
  • Sheldon Lettsome
  • Robert Weltzin
  • Matt Turner
  • Andrew Knauf, PMP
  • John Meyer
  • Thomas DAmico
  • Katelin Moran, PMP
  • Austina White
  • Eric Larson, PMP
  • Lauren Machingo, PMP
  • Patricia Drouin, PMP
  • Pieter Miller, PMP
  • Charles Young, PMP
  • Bianca Richardson, PMP
  • Mark Alt
  • Brett Keeler, PMP
  • SANJAY SAGGERE, PMP,PMI-PBA,PfMP
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  • Cletis Sawyer, Jr
  • Michael Manspeizer, PMP
  • Trinita Carlton, PMP
  • Ryan Colvin, PMP
  • Kimber Steinberg, PMP
  • Tina Beri, PMP
  • Usha Bhat, PMP
  • Tejinder Datt
  • Michael Harris, PMP
  • Brandon Little, PMP
  • Vijay Damaraju, PMP
  • Srirekha Viswanathan
  • Danna Wilson, PMP
  • Donna Wooten, PMP
  • Kristina Hanny, PMP
  • Cheryl Scibilia
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  • Julie Berry, PMP
  • Derrick Jacks, PMP
  • Michelle Alexander, PMP
  • Lindsey Busfield, PMP
  • Christopher Watkins
  • Terry Oakley, PMP
  • Yan Zhang, PMP
  • Chris Hickman
  • Tim Williams, PMP
  • Eric Gallagher, PMP
  • Bethany Leins, PMP
  • Lauren Gaspar, PMP
  • Adam Bartimmo
  • Randy Fry
  • Christine Watkins, PMP
  • Patricia Freshour, PMP
  • Amit Bose, PMP
  • Jennifer Courtemanche, PMP
  • Ruth Pearce, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Barbara Massey, PMP
  • Marc White, PMP
  • Cigdem Wright, PMP
  • Diego Pietrosemoli, PMP
  • Coleman Simons, PMP,PMI-ACP
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  • Jennifer Taylor, PMP
  • Michael Joyce, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Lisa Martone, PMP
  • Assam Chigodo, PMP
  • Lynita Cooke
  • Nagaraj Kasiraju, PMP
  • Tami Lewallen, PMP
  • Sundar Kaliyaperumal, PMP
  • Virginia Goss, PMP
  • Bradley Truesdell, PMP
  • Gregory Crosby, PMP
  • Karen Nippert, PMP
  • Brian McCormick, PMP
  • Anthony Holland
  • James OKeefe, PMP
  • Susheela Chandrasekaran, PMP
  • Samuel Elliott, PMP
  • Glen Cutting, PMP
  • Gardenia Dargon
  • Jayashree Sriram, PMP
  • David Rochette, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Yakov Aingorn, PMP
  • Scott Caflisch, PMP
  • Lionel Dorismond, PMP,PMI-ACP
  • Scott Crawley, PMP
  • Edmund Lavoie
  • Charles McMillan, PMP
  • James Foulke, PMP
  • Jeff LeMaster
  • James Hayes, PMP
  • Tarah Shpargel, PMP
  • Anne Bari, PMP
  • Jill Thomas
  • Nicole Byrd
  • Jeanette Avery
  • Jonathan Winstead, PMP
  • Toya Fitch
  • Renie Graham, PMP
  • Cathy Bennett, PMP
  • Leigh Crouse, PMP
  • Felice Mitchell, PMP
  • Elizabeth Clark, PMP
  • Malay Patel
  • TASHIEKA WHITE, PMP
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  • Shannon Little, PMP
  • Jennifer Preston, PMP
  • Lisa Taylor, PMP
  • Chaitanya Kanthala
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  • Bipin Mistry, PMP
  • Amanda Mellenberger, PMP
  • Sawsan Mustafa
  • Brian Hardbarger, PMP
  • Amanda Good, PMP
  • Lionel Argeles, PMP
  • Mike Monaco, PMP
  • William Qubeck
  • Patrick Hayes
  • Abou Jalloh
  • James Fayson, PMP
  • Claudia Contreras, PMP
  • Heather Clawson, PMP
  • Kunal Metkar, PMP
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  • K. Beth Burt, PMP
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  • Rebecca Womble, PMP
  • Steven Solloway, PMP
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  • Mark Whitaker, PMP
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  • Gary Woods, PMP
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  • Kevin Branin, PMP
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  • Kirk Keller, PMP,PMI-ACP
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The Project Management Institute, with members in 135 countries, is the world's foremost authority for the project management profession. PMI sets industry standards, conducts research, and provides education and certification opportunities designed to strengthen and further establish the profession. Our chapter proudly serves all the local and national professionals in the space of Project Management. We currently have thousands of members - over half of whom hold PMI’s esteemed PMP certification - and represent nearly 400 unique companies across the globe.

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Find a Volunteer Opportunity

Make your mark on our PMI Chapter and the profession. As a member, you can volunteer to work on and to lead activities that advance the profession and support the chapter business operations by joining our chapter volunteer community. All volunteer openings are managed by the PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). This system includes the ability to search for opportunities, view details about each role and apply online.

Earn PDUs by Volunteering

Volunteering Project Management Professional PDUs can be earned as part of Category E: Volunteer Service. Category E, along with Category D (Creating New Project Knowledge) and Category F (Working as a Professional in Project Management), comprise the Giving Back To The Profession Categories. You can earn PDUs in Category E (Volunteer Service) by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, and many others.

Speakers for our Chapter's Events

Our PMI Chapter welcomes proposals from passionate speakers interested in sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise on such topics as general business and strategy, leadership, project management, and technical or industry-specific specialties. Our Professional Development events provide professional development units (PDUs) of educational information necessary for those attendees maintaining certification designations. Speakers are also eligible to claim PDUs for their creation and delivery of the presentation material.

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