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 earn 1pdu Presenter: Annie Irizari Muller, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGCyogurt

 

Topic:  Overview: Evolution and Career Paths for Project Management Profession


Date
: Tuesday, January 12, 2016  Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

PDU: 1

Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

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Presenters: Sally Trigg, BA, JD, MA, PMP®, President, PMIRGC and Fred May, MBA, PMP®, Past President, PMIRGC

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Date: Thursday, January 21 2016

Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino

Members Early Bird: $30 
Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

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Topic: Getting your PDUs, or How do recent changes to PMI’s CCR System affect me?

“Have you gotten your PDUs yet?”

Once we earn our PMP or other PMI certification, this question becomes an ever-present concern. For example, all PMP-holders must earn at least 60 PDUs every three years or risk losing their certifications. As we consider options for our professional development, our first question usually is, “How many PDUs will I earn?” And now many of us are worried because we have heard that the PMI CCR (Continuing Certification Requirements) system recently underwent a substantial overhaul.

Allow us to put your mind at ease—or at least arm you with needed information. This presentation reviews the new PMI CCR system and provides guidelines for you in fulfilling your PDU requirements. In addition, in this month’s meeting we will honor the volunteers who helped PMIRGC achieve so much in 2015. Please join us.

 Bios:

Sally Trigg:

Sally is a multi-faceted professional who loves to build systems. Her experience includes work as an attorney, writing / literature instructor, retail manager, technical writer, high school English teacher, marketer, fund-raising executive, project manager, and corporate manager. Although she earned her PMP in 2011, Sally’s project management experience stretches back over a decade. A native New Mexican, Sally came to Lovelace Health Plan in March 2011 as contracted project manager for a huge company project and left the company three years later as a Director of Strategic Planning. Currently she works at Department of IT for State of New Mexico. She has served as an officer of PMIRGC since 2012. In 2014, Sally’s work was recognized when she received International PMI Volunteer of the Year Award.

Fred May:

Fred May has worked a variety of projects supporting both Department of Defense and Department of Energy since 2008. Fred is also a proud retiree from the United States Army where he worked a variety of positions in numerous locations throughout the world.

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pdf 03-PMIRGC Breakfast Meeting February 2016 Popular

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGCwaffles

 Topic:  Technical Finesse – Separating the Objective and Deliverable

Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

PDU: 1

 Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consAnnieIrizariulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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 Presenter: Stacy SaccoStacySacco

Topic:   Choices in Project Management

 
Date:  Thursday February 18, 2016
Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentationpdu
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino
Members Early Bird: $30  
Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

Synopsis: I will discuss how to reset your attitude toward and response to challenges and problems that you face in your life, at work, etc. to see challenges as opportunities to discover innovative solutions, create value and potentially start a business to turn problems into profits.  The key is to realistically evaluate your limitations, develop priorities aligned to your major goals, and stay focused on things that you can influence and control.   Attendees will a personal Action Plan and “Goals Wallet Card” to track and accomplish their goals.

Bio:

Stacy teaches entrepreneurial studies at UNM Anderson School of Management, serves as the Director of the UNM Small Business Institute and is the principal consultant at his start-up Sacco Connections LLC.  Stacy previously held management positions at the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, Kirtland Federal Credit Union, Sun Healthcare and WESST, and national marketing management positions at several Fortune 500 corporations in Southern California including Avco Financial Services, Balboa Life & Casualty, Hyundai Motor Finance Company and Transamerica Insurance Group.   Stacy has been recognized for his volunteer work in the local business community including being named:
• A Power Broker, one of the 100 most influential people statewide, by New Mexico Business Weekly
• One of the Most Connected Businesspersons in Albuquerque, by Albuquerque Business First
• The Best Networker in New Mexico and Best Local to Lunch With, by Albuquerque the Magazine

Stacy’s service highlights includes publishing NM Net Links an online information portal with 3,250+ subscribers; hosting the annual MARCOM Mixer which attracts from 350-500 attendees representing the 20+ marketing professional associations statewide; and serving as a member of the TEDxABQ Advisory Board and Past-President of the both the New Mexico and Orange County chapters of the American Marketing Association.  Stacy holds an MBA from Pepperdine University, a BS in Marketing from the University of Arizona, and toured two years with the global leadership program Up With People.

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGCwaffles

 Topic:  Technical Finesse – Separating the Objective and Deliverable

Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

PDU: 1

 Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consAnnieIrizariulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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pdf 06-PMIRGC Chapter Dinner March 2016 Popular

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 Presenter: Rosana Dill, PMPRDillsmall

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Topic:  What I Learned About Project Management from Working in Motion Pictures

 
Date:  Thursday March 17, 2016
Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino
Members Early Bird: $30  
Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

Synopsis: Making a movie or a television show can provide lessons to other project contexts. Motion pictures are highly skewed for speed, so workflows and processed have evolved to suit it. Some of this could be usefully applied in other contexts. Motion picture projects also have the advantage of a very clear mission statement and goal.  The presentation will share my observations of movie making from a project management perspective with insights for communications, change management, execution, and team management applicable to other project types.

Bio:Rosanna Dill has been an IT project manager for about 5 years, receiving her PMP in 2013. She worked for HP and Applied Biosystems as a PM. Before being a project manager for health care clients she did high end server hardware support,  as well as software support, installation and training as part of a professional services consulting team for a LIMS system.  Rosanna also worked in architecture and has a BA in Architecture from Rice University. She most recently switched gears and is doing costuming for motion pictures. She has worked on Better Call Saul, The Scorch Trials, Gunslingers Season 2, Manhattan and Longmire

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGCyellow plate breakfast

 

Topic:  Technical Finesse: Black Swans – In Ictu Oculi /In the blink of an eye

Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

PDU: 1

 Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consAnnieIrizariulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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 Presenter: Leon Spackmanspackman

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Topic:  Get Your Message Across—Staging your Presentations and Acting

 

Date:  Thursday April 21, 2016
Time: 6-6:30pm networking and dinner, 6:30pm chapter announcements/reports, 6:45-8 pm presentation
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino
Members Early Bird: $30  
Non-Members/All at the Door: $35   PDU: 1.5 

Synopsis: Leon will talk about how to present a topic well and get your message across.  Leon has a bachelor’s degree in music and has performed on stage for many years. He has endured terrible performances by project managers and will help to frame your presentation properly and then to stage it from a performance standpoint.  He will discuss setting up the stage, use of props, stage presence, storytelling, and how to present like an actor.  Come prepared to participate in an interactive, fun filled, night on the stage.

Bio: 

Leon Spackman is the Senior Process Improvement Project Manager/Facilitator for UNM Medical Group and has many years of experience in process improvement and project management. Leon is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and has implemented process improvement in government and commercial settings. He is also a certified PMP and an experienced project manager leading projects in healthcare, government and Lean Six Sigma process improvement.

Leon served over 20 years in the United States Air Force leading and directing diverse organizations around the world. Since retiring from the Air Force, Leon has served as a quality manager, a project manager, and Lean Six Sigma process improvement specialis

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Presenter: Annie Irizari, PMP; Director of Professional Development, PMIRGCtraditional breakfast

Topic:  Technical Finesse – Where have all the flowers gone? (Ubi sunt que ante nos fueru)

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Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Time: 7am to 8:30am 
Location: The Egg and I Restaurant (6909 Menaul Blvd., Albuquerque, NM 87110)
Members/Non-members:  no registration fee - purchase of meal is only payment requirement

PDU: 1

 Since this is a free event, purchase of meals is expected. attendees will be able to select from the regular menu, found at http://www.theeggandirestaurants.com/egg_menu.html

Presenter Bio, Annie Irizari, PMPNew transport to NM and the chapter, Annie comes to PMIRGC with over 10 years of globally diverse technology,  consAnnieIrizariulting, business, leadership and management professional background. She is originally from the Chicagoland area with experiences and expertise in portfolio and project management, governance, technology audit, Sarbanes Oxley, technical and management experiences in infrastructure and software development. She just ended contract engagements through Sabio Systems with NM DOH/Department of Health and NM PED/Public Education Department. She is looking forward to actively participating in the PMIRGC and enjoyed her first experience as a chase crew for the International Balloon Festival.

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