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Change of Venue for May Meeting!!
PMI Bluegrass Chapter Luncheon Meeting, Thursday, May 17, 2018
Where: Northside Public Library, 1733 Russell Cave Rd, Lexington, KY 40505
When: Networking begins at 11:30am, presentation at noon.
Round Table Discussion: Top 5 Lessons Learned as a Project Manager This Year (So Far)
Facilitated by: Melissa C. Bright, PMP
2018 has been an interesting year in government and business sectors. What are the Top 5 Lessons Learned As a Project Manager This Year (So Far) from your project management experience this year? Come share what you have learned, hear what other Project Managers in this community have learned, pick up some tips on how to avoid potholes and how to best implement a clever PM technique.
The discussion is guaranteed to be lively and opinions may vary, so make sure you are a part of the discussion!
Melissa C. Bright, PMP, is a PMI Bluegrass Chapter member and completed her PMP certification in Sept 2017. She works as a Technical Business Analyst for Catholic Health Initiatives, a national faith-based non-profit health care system that locally includes KentuckyOne Health hospitals such as St Joseph Main, St Joseph East, and St Joseph Berea. Her project experience ranges from a 1 million dollar server replacement and software upgrade project, to on-boarding new hospitals to the Decision Support Services database tool, EPSI, and coordinating user acceptance testing for new fields on the Patient Data Repository that flow to the EPSI extracts. She holds a BS in Accounting from University of Kentucky, Lexington, and an MBA in Finance from University of Missouri, Columbia. Melissa lives in Lexington with her husband and son. She is a volunteer for Troop 41 in Scouting and Chairperson of the Dream Builders (Outreach) committee for Professional Women’s Forum and on the PMI Bluegrass chapter Communications committee.
|Event End Date||05-17-2018|
|Registration Start Date||05-10-2018|
|Cut off date||05-16-2018|
|Location||Lexington Central Library|