The first annual award banquet of the Project Management Institute (PMI) Southern Middle Tennessee Branch (SMTB) of the Chattanooga Chapter will be held November 14th at the Manchester Coffee County Conference Center (MCCCC). We will be recognizing one...
Please welcome PMI Chattanooga Chapter member Dale Marie Tillman who has accepted the volunteer role as PMI Chattanooga Chapter's TVA Corporate Liaison. In this role Dale will serve at the nexus of communication between TVA and our chapter to...
Chattanooga PMI is kicking off its 2020 chapter elections by seeking nominations for open Chattanooga PMI leadership positions. We encourage you to consider running for the board! Similarly, we encourage you to nominate Chattanooga PMI members who you feel would be strong contributors in these roles. These are rewarding opportunities where you can impact our strategic priorities and improve upon our recent accomplishments as a volunteer chapter leader. The persons elected will join the Governance Board that is currently running the chapter.
Benefits of Governance Board Participation
Hands-on Leadership Opportunity – Develop the skills needed to lead a high performing non-profit professional organization.
Hone Strategic Planning & Execution Skills - Develop strategic planning skills by improving the transparency, visibility and accountability to our membership and supporters.
Mentoring – Provide guidance, mentor and coach the operational organization (officers and committees) to carry out the strategic goals of the chapter.
Visibility – Be a very visible leader in the project management community.
Earn PDUs – Board members that are PMP’s may earn up to ten (10) PDU’s for participation on the board for each year of service
Nominees are requested for these 2020 Governance Board positions:
President-Elect (serves for 1 year then becomes president in 2021)