2012

From 2012 Chapter President, Lorna Stewart-Booker, MBA, PMP

Austin PMI celebrated 20 years as a PMI Chapter!  We started with 98 members and our membership has grown to 2200.  Over the years we have increased our program offerings and services to our members and the Austin community, but understand we need to offer more.  

 

2010

From 2010 Chapter President, Tom Love, PMP

At the beginning of 2010, the offices decided that the officers and directors should focus on strategic planning and initiatives and tactical operations.  Strategic planning and initiatives are those actions to guide the chapter into the future and develop relationships with PMI, Region 6, and other PMI chapters in Region 6.  Tactical operations deal with the chapter meetings and recurring events throughout the year.  The officers were assigned the responsibility for the strategic initiatives and the directors were assigned responsibility for tactical operations. 

 

2009

From 2009 Chapter President, Eileen Butler, PMP

It’s been an exciting and rewarding year here at PMI Austin, but not without its challenges.   Despite these, the chapter has grown and matured in a number of ways.   I’d like to take this opportunity to reflect on 2009 and what we have accomplished.      

First and foremost, we acquired and implemented a new state of the art registration system, Cvent. Cvent has a steep learning curve, but many useful features and functions, including personalized invitations and reminders as well as event evaluation surveys.   Many thanks to our communications team, led by Kathy Nugent-Arnold, Volunteer of the Year, for putting this tool in place and tweaking its configuration to best serve the chapter’s needs.  

 

2008

From 2008 Chapter President, Veronika Pribusz, PMP

Welcome to the PMI’s Austin TX Chapter! The year 2008 was enthralling. The Chapter provided record number of educational opportunities, including PMP exam preparation classes, all-day seminars for seasoned project managers, monthly presentation and workshops for all levels, and the overall successful 6th annual Professional Development Day.

In 2008 our membership reached a record high number of over 2000. Two member surveys were conducted, resulting in valuable information about meetings, locations, formats, topics, and suggestions for improving and adding services. The board is looking into ways to implement those for 2009. 

 

2007

From 2007 Chapter President, Dave Sekel, PMP

It has been another busy and productive year for the Austin Project Management Institute chapter. We've had a good year. We're doing more – and we're doing it better.

A principle goal of our chapter is to promote good project management practices and the development of people. The stronger relationships we're constantly building with our members represent one way we can achieve this. We now have over 2,000 members locally in the Austin chapter.

The 2007 Annual Report is a collaborative effort representing the many facets of the chapter. 

 

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