Project Management Institute Announces 2011 Board of Directors and OfficersBy Project Management Institute, PRNE
Sunday, October 10, 2010
WASHINGTON, October 11, 2010 - Project Management Institute (PMI), the world's leading project
management member association, announced its 2011 Board of Directors and
Officers at the PMI(R) Global Congress 2010-North America. The PMI Board of
Directors, elected by the membership, serves as the governing body of PMI and
is comprised of 15 elected directors-at-large who serve three-year terms.
Three of those directors are elected by their peers to serve as officers of
Three new directors have been elected for the 2011-2013 term:
Steve DelGrosso, MSC, PMP of Raleigh, North Carolina, USA Herman Gonzalez, PMP of Toronto, Canada Diane White, MA, SCM, PMP of Tampa, Florida, USA
Elected for their leadership and project management excellence, their
business acumen and their commitment to PMI and its members, these directors
will fill the spots left by outgoing directors Fred Arnold, PMI Fellow, PMI;
Kathleen Romero, MBA, PMP; and Yanping Chen, MD, PhD, PMP.
Two directors were re-elected for the 2011-2013 term: William Moylan, PhD, PMP of Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA Beth Partleton, PMP of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA They will serve with the following returning directors: Eugene (Gene) Bounds, PMP of Alexandria, Virginia, USA Shirley Edwards, PMP of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA Jane Farley, MSc, PMINZ, PMP of Auckland, New Zealand Deanna Landers, MBA, PMP of Aurora, Colorado, USA Louis J. Mercken, PMI Fellow, PMP of Beveren-Melsele, Belgium John Mihalic, PMP of Ashburn, Virginia, USA Peter Monkhouse, BSc(Eng), MBA, PEng, PMP of Toronto, Canada Frank Parth, MS, MSSM, MBA, PMP of Mission Viejo, California, USA Vijay Prasad, MS, PMP of Hyderabad, India Ricardo Triana, PMP of Aventura, Florida, USA
The incoming officers for 2011 are: Chair - Beth Partleton Vice Chair - Peter Monkhouse Secretary/Treasurer and Chair of the Performance Oversight Committee - Deanna Landers
In addition, Jane Farley was elected Chair of the Strategic Planning and
Program Alignment Committee.
"2011 will be a year of invigorating change and progress as organizations
increasingly leverage project management excellence to meet expected outcomes
and, internally, PMI will welcome a new president and CEO in Mark A.
Langley," said Gregory Balestrero, president and CEO of PMI. "We thank our
departing board directors and embrace our new directors as part of an
international group of experienced and dedicated individuals who volunteer
their time and talent to advance the profession and association."
About Project Management Institute (PMI)
PMI is the world's largest project management member association,
representing more than half a million practitioners in over 185 countries. As
a global thought leader and knowledge resource, PMI advances the profession
through its global standards and credentials, collaborative chapters and
virtual communities and academic research. When organizations invest in
project management, supported by PMI, executives have confidence their
important initiatives deliver expected results, greater business value and
competitive advantage. Learn more at www.pmi.org.
Megan Maguire Kelly, PMI, +1-610-356-4600 x7030, Megan.Kelly at pmi.org; or Glenn R. Boyet, PMI, +1-610-356-4600 x1112, Glenn.Boyet at pmi.org
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