PMI North Carolina Chapter

Professional Development

Professional Development at NCPMI

Professional Development includes continuing education workshops, webinars, annual event oversight, and new program opportunities.  Please contact the VP of Professional Development at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

 

2020 NCPMI Annual Conference. 

Your wellbeing as members, volunteers and partners of NCPMI is important to us.  We understand that every organization is going through some transition due to this unprecedented health crisis.  We are currently planning to still move forward with the NCPMI Annual Conference for August 17th with the expectation that this health crisis will be circumvented and organizations will be going back to normalcy. We are keeping informed of this issue daily to monitor and mitigate any risks associated with the conference.  

We request your patience as we update the NCPMI Annual Conference website. Please watch this space and your email for details regarding registration. We are working to update the website to keep you informed and up to date.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we plan during this time of uncertainty.

 

Carolyn Evans, VP Professional Development, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Lalethia Bethea, NCPMI AC Co-Director, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Daniel Tyson, NCPMI AC Co-Director, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

NCPMI Professional Development will participate in the Triangle Business Analysis Development Day on May 19th at The McKimmon Conference and Training Center at NC State

The Professional Development Team is excited about participating as a Sponsor in the upcoming BA Development Day (BADD) that is planned for May 19th.  NCPMI will have a table at the event supporting the development of business analysts and our ongoing partnership with IIBA Raleigh. The theme will be: Scaling Business Analysis: The BA for the New Decade.

 Be sure to sign up for the early bird pricing that will end on March 31st

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-triangle-badd-business-analyst-development-day-theme-scaling-business-analysis-the-ba-for-the-tickets-53804998198?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

 

Meet the Professional Development Team

Every year we set the bar higher for what we expect to offer our membership.  This year is no different. Our 2020 Directors have already started planning for the chapter’s annual conference. Plans are underway for new workshops and webinar sessions to help you maintain your PMI credentials and remain relevant in your profession.  Please reach out to my team with your thoughts and ideas for making our 35th anniversary year one to remember!

AC Team

 

2020 Annual Conference Co-Directors:

Lalethia Bethea is a Client Manager at Allscripts. Previously, she worked as a project manager at IBM supporting a large health insurance company. She obtained her PMP in 2000 and holds an MBA from Pfeiffer University. She has served on the annual conference team for many years in various capacities, from being a day of volunteer and more recently as the chair of the Speaker team in 2018 as well as having responsibilities for 2019 conference Swag and Gifts. Durham has been her home since 1991. Lalethia’s favorite part of any meal is dessert, and she loves reading and visiting with family and friends. ContactThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Daniel Tyson is currently a High-Touch Operations Manager for Cisco Systems through Randstad Technologies and has been in several roles within Cisco since 2014. Daniel obtained his PMP in 2015 and MBA from Meredith College in 2012.  He served in a leadership role as the 2017 and 2018 Sponsorship chair for the NCPMI Annual Conference and currently does the social media updates for the chapter.  He is originally from Boston Massachusetts and has lived in North Carolina since 1983 and in Raleigh since 2003. His wife and he love to travel, work on projects in the house, and enjoy good food. Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Together, Lalethia and Daniel will lead a core team of volunteers in planning the conference. The following chapter volunteers have been selected to lead in key areas of planning.  Each lead/chair will have supporting volunteers. The first core team planning meeting is February 18th.  As the team grows, they will update the roster to acknowledge the newest volunteers joining the team.

David Mantica – Annual Conference Planning Team Administrator

Ruth Pearce – Speakers

Zendre Simmons and Raquel Grant – Registration Services

Kristy Dudley – Facilities and Food

Angela Miller – Sponsorship

Teresa McCallister – Corporate Ambassador

 

2020 Director of Professional Development

Natasha Hawkins is a Project/Program Manager in the PMO at Blue Cross of NC. She is currently serving in a leadership role as the 2020 Director of Professional Development. Natasha has been a member of NCPMI since 2018. She is a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM). She holds dual bachelor’s degrees from NC Wesleyan College. She enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends. Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Joining Natasha’s team are the following chapter volunteers supporting the delivery of webinars and workshops:

Rita Echon

Trupti Topiwala

Staci Davis

 

In the know…

Every month in 2020, the Professional Development Team will share a re-post of interesting articles, PDU earning opportunities and PMI offerings that deserve a shout out.  This month is the recent announcement of Projectified expanding the delivery of PMI podcasts to a weekly offering.  The link will take you to the first episode of Projectified’s third season. Steve Hendershot, a journalist in Chicago, has been covering projects for years in PM Network. He has joined the Projectified team as the reporter and host. Learn more about a new partnership between PMI and TED.  2020 Jobs Outlook

 

Applying for the 2019 NCPMI Annual Conference Professional Development Units 

If you provided your PMI identification number when you registered for the conference they have been submitted and uploaded. If you did not see your credit hours you will need to self report. We apologize for the inconvenience.  
If the spelling of your name was incorrect or you provided your PMP number instead of your PMI membership number or you are not a PMI member, we were unable to report on your behalf. 
Below are the instructions to submit manually.
1. Log into pmi.org.
2. You will be asked to enter your login and password. 
3. Go to the Certifications tab and click the Report PDUs on CCRS link.  
4. Under Education select the Course/Training tab
5.  Enter Provider #C022
6.  Enter NCPMI 2019 Annual Conference - Level Up or C022FL7MHL
7. Enter Date Started: 8/12/2019 and Date Completed: 08/12/2019
PDU Breakdown will automatically populate
Technical: 1.50, Leadership: 3.50, Strategic: 2.00 = Total 7 PDU's