Letter From The President
LaToshia Norwood, PMI Houston President
Hello. Hola. Bonjour. Nǐn hǎo. and Howdy PMI Houston!
Our 2020 is off to an awesome start! And, we, the PMI Houston Board of Directors and leaders are busy at work mapping out conference speakers and sessions, monthly meetings, a full calendar of professional development workshops, signature member events, academic partnerships, our 20/20 PMI Houston Plan, and much much more.
During the fourth quarter of last year, we launched our Annual Survey inviting you to share your thoughts and feedback about what we can do to provide more value to your membership and improved experiences. We value your feedback and will be using it to guide our plans. So, stay tuned!
Acknowledgments and Recognition
The 2020 Board Installation and Annual Meeting was a huge success, and we are so thankful for all of the friends, family and members of PMI Houston who attended. We would also like to acknowledge and thank Terry Minhas, 2018 PMI Houston President, who did a phenomenal job as our Master of Ceremonies.
Extra. Extra. Read all About It…
Are you interested in joining the PMI Houston Board of Directors? Great! In the coming weeks, we will be sharing details regarding the Special Election for the President Elect and Vice President of Communications board positions via our website, newsletter and social media channels.
Need PDU's? We've got you covered!
There are host of PMI Houston events for the month of February to add to your calendar! We've assembled an all-star group of speakers with a wide range of topics to choose from. From "Delegating Effectively for Project Success" to “How to Level Up In Leadership". So, if you've have not already done so, please be sure to register here for one of our upcoming monthly meetings.
What's happening in the world of PMI?
The PMP exam and R.E.P. program are changing effective July 1st. If you have any questions about these changes or how they may affect you, please contact PMI Customer Care by following this link.
My Quote of the Month
“Project managers function as bandleaders who pull together their players each a specialist with individual score and internal rhythm. Under the leader’s direction, they all respond to the same beat.” -L.R. Sayles
I look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event. Thanks for your commitment and service to the project management industry and for being the best part of PMI Houston.