Ireland Chapter of PMI

AGM: Ireland Chapter of PMI Annual General Meeting 2022

AGM: Ireland Chapter of PMI Annual General Meeting 2022

AGM: Ireland Chapter of PMI Annual General Meeting 2022

 

The Ireland Chapter of the Project Management Institute Annual General Meeting


Voting for election of members to the board will be done through an electronic voting system hosted by the PMI.

 

Voting

Once the nominating committee (non-board members ) are in place, details of how to nominate and vote will be updated here and a separate email will be sent to members with these details. Each member will have the right to vote and we ask that you exercise this right. 

 

 

Agenda

  • Election of officers for 2023 Officer roles - The new board will be communicated at the Ireland Chapter AGM on Tuesday, December 13th.   
  • President's report on the chapter activities in 2022
  • Finance Officer's report on the chapter finances

 

Registration & Virtual Meeting

When you register for this AGM, you will receive an invitation to the MS Team Meeting on December 13th.   

 

PDU

2 PDUs: 1 Ways of Working,  0.5 Power Skills and 0.5 Business Acumen

Event Properties

Event Date 13-Dec-2022 7:30 pm
Event End Date 13-Dec-2022 9:00 pm
Cut off date 12-Dec-2022 5:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs 0.5
No. of Technical PDUs 1
No. of Leadership PDUs 0.5
PMI Event Number C144KP2Y65
Location Virtual Meeting

Speakers

Jackie Fagan

President - Ireland chapter of PMI

She is a certified PMP since 2000, and has a Diploma in Project Management. Jackie has over 25 years experience in the Project management industry. Her expertise spans across Project and Program management, Vendor management, Change management, Project recovery, Mentoring & Coaching, Teambuilding and setting up and running PMOs across multiple industries. In the last couple of years Jackie has moved into the Project Management consultancy space providing expertise to clients on a contractual basis. Currently she is working in the Pharmaceutical industry with Alexion and prior to Covid 19 would have been travelling between Boston and Dublin on a regular basis.

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