International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
Marked annually on March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD) is one of the most important days of the year to celebrate women's achievements and raise awareness about women's equality
This year, to mark IWD, the Ireland Chapter of PMI is hosting a panel discussion on the theme "The Way it Was, The Way it Is, The Way it Should be"
We want our panel discussion to celebrate and increase visibility of women's achievements to help forge equality and create an environment of continuous positive change for women
As such, we have invited four women to join our panel who represent a variety of backgrounds and success stories, to share their journey with us.
Our MC for the event is Taragh Loughrey Grant, who will guide the panel discussion.
Thank you to The Project Foundry for sponsoring this event.
When you register and attend you will receive 1.5 PDU. The code will be shared post event to all attendees
All registrants will receive an email with the link to join the webinar on March 7th.
This event is open to non members
|Event Date||08-Mar-2021 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||08-Mar-2021 8:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||22-Feb-2021 10:00 am|
|Cut off date||08-Mar-2021 6:00 pm|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||.5|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1|
|PMI Event Number||PDU Claim Code will be shared post event|
|Location||Virtual Panel Discussion|
PMI Chapter host will open the event
Taragh Loughrey-Grant, MC for the event, will formally kick off the panel discussion
The MC will speak with each member of the panel
The MC will bring the panel members through a series of interactive questions. The chapter host will run a mentipoll in sync with the discussion to facilitate audience interaction.
The MC will move from interviewing the panel members to moderate the Q&A with the audience. The chapter host will run a mentipoll in sync with the discussion to facilitate audience Q&A.
The MC will wrap up the Q&A and give the panel members an opportunity for a final word.
Currently President of the Ireland Chapter of PMI, is a certified PMP since 2003, and has a Masters Degree in Project Management
Jackie has over 25 years plus experience in Portfolio, Program & Project Management and in setting up and running PMO’s of all types in multiple industries
She is currently Director of Group Strategic Initiatives at UDG Healthcare.
Prior to this she worked as Head of Portfolio Management Office delivering value to organisations by focusing on the right programs and projects to maximise organisational strategy.
She currently lectures on a Diploma Project Management, and Diploma in Strategic Project and Program Management for the Institute of Project Management.
She is a member of the Judging committee PMO Global Awards (PMO Global Alliance:2019, 2020).
Taragh Loughrey-Grant has been working as a journalist for over 20 years with many of Ireland's key media outlets and is currently a producer with RTÉ Radio 1, The Ryan Tubridy Show.
Prior to that, she was a producer with Radio 1's Liveline programme for two years. Previously she worked as an online Digital Editor on RTÉ's website (rte.ie) in the LifeStyle section.
She has presented and/or co-produced a number of podcast series for RTÉ and a radio documentary for Documentary on One. She has facilitated, hosted and MC’d panels at numerous events including Dublin Tech Summit, Thrive and MoJoCon.
She has lectured in DCU to Journalism students in the areas of MoJo and reporting. She has worked as a contributor, broadcaster, researcher, producer and presenter across Radio (RTÉ Radio 1, 2fm, FM
Kathryn spent 18 years working in Financial Services for a number of Global Fund managers and Fund Administrators, working from entry level to a global change management role.
Since then, she has stepped out of the corporate world for a breather! Working with Digital Skillnet now, she works with many organisations supporting their digital & technology talent & skill needs including developing our Digital Diversity mandate.
Kate is a third year student at University College Cork, Ireland. At the age of 14, she co-founded a business called "FenuHealth" with her younger sister Annie.
FenuHealth supplies a range of products to the equine industry particularly products to do with stomach problems in horses.
They now have nine people on their team and sell to fifteen countries worldwide.
For Expleo, Rebecca is responsible for the development and delivery of Expleo's process automation capabilities globally.
Having kicked off the service in Dublin, it has grown each year, increasing the team across the group, and also incorporating new technologies.