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Project Management Institute, Central Ohio Chapter, Inc.
PO Box 163611
Columbus OH 43216-3611

www.pmicoc.org

Board Room Address:

1335 Dublin Road, Ste 35A
Columbus OH 43215
Phone: 614-485-0333 

Board Members

Leadership Roles & Responsibilities

The President shall be the chief executive officer for the PMI-Central Ohio Chapter and of the Board, and shall perform such duties as are customary for presiding officers, including making all required appointments with the approval of the Board. The President shall also serve as a member ex-officio with the right to vote on all committees except the Nominating Committee. The President shall preside at all general meetings of the PMI-Central Ohio Chapter and will be responsible for the overall functioning of the Chapter. The President will assure that the Board works together as a team and is dedicated to achieving the Chapter vision, mission and objectives as detailed in the Chapter Charter. The roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Act as the official custodian of the Chapter Charter.
  • Direct the activities of other leadership team members toward Chapter goals and objectives.
  • Appoint Nominating Committee members by July of each year to conduct Chapter elections for the upcoming period.
  • Appoint replacement Board members to vacant positions, subject to the Board’s approval.
  • Submit to the PMI Vice-President – Region III and to the PMI Executive Office an annual application for charter renewal, pursuant to Article B-6 of the Chapter Guidelines & Policy Handbook. The application shall be prepared by the Secretary.
  • Represent the Chapter, or appoint an appropriate alternate as a member at the PMI® Annual Leadership Conference.
  • Chapter Presidents (CCP) at the Bi-annual Meetings and serve on any CCP subcommittees that may be established to form policy for the CCP.
  • Prepare monthly status reports for presentation at Chapter Business meetings.
  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Past President shall assist the President and The Board with the roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Assist the President in liaison with PMI® as requested.
  • Assist in preparation and conduct of any special projects, seminars or meetings in support of other Board members, or in liaison with any project manager appointed for a specific project the Chapter decides to undertake.
  • Chair the Nominating Committee responsible for preparing the slate of Board members for the succeeding year.
  • The Immediate-Past President shall have the VP, Strategic Planning and VP, Marketing & Public Relations; report to him/her and be responsible for supporting the President and the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The President-Elect shall assist the President with all Chapter matters and related duties.  He/She shall assume responsibilities of the President in absence of the President or in the event that the President may be unable to fulfill His/Her responsibilities.  The President-Elect will be expected to succeed the President subject to the nomination and election process defined herein.

  • The President-Elect will have the VP, Professional Development; and VP, Membership report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the President & the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Secretary shall keep the records of all business meetings of the PMI- Central Ohio Chapter and meetings of the Board.  Also, the Secretary shall focus on administrative or process/procedural functions of the PMI – Central Ohio Chapter.  The roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Assist the President in preparing the Annual Chapter Report and PMI Awards application for submission to PMI Headquarters. 
  •  Keep records of all meetings and prepare/issue minutes of such meetings within ten (10) business days of the meeting to the meeting participants.
  • Maintain written record of all resolutions and decisions by the Board.
  • Maintain records such that they are available for inspection for a period of not less than three (3) years.
  • Support a clean and timely transition of Chapter records to the position’s successor.
  • Ensure custody of the original of this Constitution and of the By-Laws, and of the amendments thereto.
  • The Secretary will also be responsible for administrative or process/procedural functions of the PMI-Central Ohio Chapter and will have the VP, Operations; Office Manager, and Office staff report to Him/Her.

The Treasurer shall oversee the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the PMI- Central Ohio Chapter. The roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Develop and maintain an annual operating budget for the fiscal year
  • Prepare monthly financial reports on the activities and financial status of the Chapter
  • Prepare all tax and financial reports for the Chapter as required by the PMI Headquarters, local, state, and federal governments
  • The Treasurer shall have the VP, Finance; report to him/her and be responsible for supporting the President and the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Vice President, Professional Development shall be responsible for assessing the educational needs, development of, and delivery of educational programs for Chapter membership. The position shall plan, develop, communicate and coordinate educational activities working with other members of the Board. This position shall ensure that the quality of professional development is consistent with all policies and guidelines established by PMI®.

  • The Vice President, Professional Development will have the Director, Professional Development LIG, Director, Professional Delvelopment and Director, Professional Development Workshop  report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Past President & the Board.
  • Support 16 Professional Development Units of chapter meetings annually.
  • Develop team of volunteers to plan and execute chapter meetings
  • Attend monthly professional development meetings
  • Assist in the development of short and long term Program strategic plans
  • Work with Administrative and Communication areas to announce and promote events
  • Evaluate and determine topics and presenters for chapter events
  • Budget responsibility for events
  • Provide event feedback to appropriate chapter officers
  • Develop general program specific processes
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

 The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The VP, Certification shall be responsible for the PMP, ACP and CAPM programs for the chapter. The program includes Review Seminars and Boot Camps that provide certificants a review of the current PMBOK prior to them taking the related exam.

  • The VP – Certification will have the Director, ACP Certfication, Director, CAPM Certfication and Director, PMP Certfication report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Past-President & the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

This person will be responsible for the chapter’s Certification Training Programs. The Senior Instructor Core / Instructor Core will report to this person. Joint training events with other organizations (COHAA, IIBA).

The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Vice President, Outreach shall be responsible for Outreach in Corporate, Education and Community areas.  Reponsibilities include initiating chapter partnerships and cultivating sponsors in support of chapter events, newsletter and web site.

  • The Vice President, Outreach-Sponosrhip will have the Director, Corporate Outreach, Director, Education Outreach, Director, and Community Outreach  report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the President Elect & the Board.
  • Provide budget input, income & expenses for the area of responsibility at the beginning of each year.
  • Compile and coordinate volunteer needs for outreach.
  • Build relationships with local companies promoting PMI and sponsor opportunities with the chapter.
  • Work with office administration to invoice sponsors in a timely manner and make sure payments are received.
  • Report on monthly achievements to Board

The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Vice President, Professional Development Day shall be responsible for the premier chapter annual event.

  • The Vice President, Professional Development Day will have the Director, PDD Strategic and Operations, Director, PDD Marketing and PDD team report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Past-President & the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.
  • The Director of Professional Development Day will be responsible for leading and developing a team of volunteers, and is responsible for all aspects of planning and managing the chapter’s Professional Development Day

  • Work with Administrative and Communication areas to announce and promote PDD

  • Evaluate and determine PDD theme, topics, and presenters
  • Develop PDD specific WBS and plans in conjunction with volunteers for the following areas:
    • Facilities
    • Sponsorship
    • Speakers
  • Facilitate monthly PDD meetings
  • Develop unique processes and policies to increase sponsorship and attendance
  • Work with the Vice President of Professional Development on short and long term PDD goals
  • Manage PDD budget and specifics
  • Oversee sponsors relationships for PDD
  • Assist with the set-up and break-down events
  • Assist with event registration and check-in
  • Respond to member inquiries
  • Provide event and speaker feedback to the Vice President of Professional Development

The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Vice President, Communications will be responsible for expanding the Chapter’s local footprint. The VP will promote the Chapter’s vision, mission, objectives and contributions to the community through the full spectrum of communication channels available to the Chapter. Reponsibilities include initiating chapter partnerships and cultivating sponsors in support of chapter events, newsletter and web site.

  • The VP – Communcations will have the communication team report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Secretary & the Board.
  • Create sponsorship and partnership plan for each level of sponsorship to include events, newsletter and web site.
  • Four quarterly printed newletter releases
  • Bi-Weekly electronic newletters
  • Social Media presence include Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Vice President, Strategic Planning shall support the board in the strategic planning process and facilitate completion of the Strategic Alignment Scorecard and the strategic business plan. 

  • The Vice President, Strategic Planning will have the stategy committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the President-Elect & the Board.
  • Shall provide reporting on a periodic basis to measure performance against the chapter’s strategic goals. 
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Vice President, Technology shall be responsible for chapter technology and leading the techhelp function for the website. Primary responsibility is to provide & maintain technology solutions to allow the chapter to communicate both internally and externally.

  • Provide budget input, income & expenses for the area of responsibility at the beginning of each year
  • Compile and coordinate volunteer needs for technology.
  • Build a team of volunteers to assist with providing technology services to the chapter
  • Maintain chapter web site & associated content
  • Attend monthly Marketing & Public Relations meeting
  • Maintain chapter domain and email accounts with service provider
  • Generate and compile chapter surveys as needed
  • Interface with PMI Global to stay up to date with latest technology initiatives and report back updates to leadership team
  • The Vice President, Technology will have the Director, Techhelp and technology team report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Secretary & the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board. 

The Vice President, Member Services will be responsible for the development and maintenance of a Chapter membership plan that assures continued growth through aggressive recruiting and partnering with major Central Ohio employers. Special committees will assist him/her, as he/she deems necessary to effectively execute his/her duties. Direct assistance will be provided to the Vice President, Membership by members of the Operations team who will maintain all chapter membership and attendance records in the chapter database.

  • The Vice President, Member Services will have the Director, Membership, Director, Mentoring and marketing services committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the President-Elect & the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

 The Vice President level of the Leadership Organizational Structure will provide leadership support between the Board & the Operations Directors. This level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Vice Presidents. The terms of office for the Vice Presidents as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, ACP Certfication shall provide guidance and support for the PMI-ACP Certification Review program and process.

  • The Director, ACP  will have the ACP SIC/IC Senior Instructor Core and Instructor Core report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Certification, Past-President & the Board.
  • Develop and coordinate both ACP Seminars and ACP Boots annually
  • Validate the Review material support the current edition PMBOK, Project Management Book of Knowledge.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Agile shall be responsible for the chapter Agile program.

  • The Director, Agile will coordinate Morning and Noon events and be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Professional Development , Past President & the Board.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Communications shall responsible for the promtion of all chapter events.

  • The Director, Communications will have the communications committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Communications, Past-President & the Board.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.
  • Bi-Weekly electronic newletters
  • Social Media presence include Facebook and LinkedIn

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Education Outreach shall be responsible for chapter relations with university and community colleges in the Central Ohio Area.

  • He/She wil be responsible for supporting the Vice President of Outreach to meet strategic goals.
  • Provide budget input, income & expenses for the area of responsibility at the beginning of each year.
  • Compile and coordinate volunteer needs for outreach.
  • Build relationships with local companies promoting PMI and sponsor opportunities with the chapter.
  • Work with office administration to invoice sponsors in a timely manner and make sure payments are received.
  • Report on monthly achievements to VP Outreach

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Corporate Outreach shall be responsible for chapter relations with corporate businesses in the Central Ohio Area.

  • He/She wil be responsible for supporting the Vice President of Outreach to meet strategic goals.
  • Provide budget input, income & expenses for the area of responsibility at the beginning of each year.
  • Compile and coordinate volunteer needs for outreach.
  • Build relationships with local companies promoting PMI and sponsor opportunities with the chapter.
  • Work with office administration to invoice sponsors in a timely manner and make sure payments are received.
  • Report on monthly achievements to VP Outreach

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Marketing shall be responsible for development and maintaining chapter marketing materials.

  • Create a marketing plan for the chapter to keep it in alignment with the chapter’s Strategic Plan.
  • Provide budget input, income & expenses for the area of responsibility to the VP, Marketing & Public Relations at the beginning of each year.
  • Compile and coordinate volunteer needs for Marketing.
  • Attend monthly Marketing & Public Relations meeting
  • Define chapter markets and align chapter marketing campaigns to target audiences
  • Creation & maintenance of chapter marketing materials for events and other chapter initiatives so that we have a consistent presence across the chapter.
  • Manage advertisement in the following areas:
    • Work with VP, Programs & VP, Technology and other leadership team members to create Bi-Monthly chapter communications
    • Develop and place advertisements and press releases in local newspapers to include information about the chapter and upcoming events
    • Submit information to PMI Today & PM Network for inclusion on web site and print of events and other happenings within the PMI Chapter
  • Work with other local chapters to promote our major events
  • Gather / maintain list of media contacts both local and within PMI
  • Report on monthly achievements to the VP, Communications.
  • The Director, Marketing will coordinate with the Director, Communications, communications committee and requesting Vice Presidents and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Communications, Past-President & the Board.
  • Support Four quarterly printed newletter releases.
  • Support Social Media presence include Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Membership shall be responsible for Membership welcome letters and new member programs.

The roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Advocate for membership issues
  • Enrollment and retention
  • Membership recognition
  • Membership benefits tracking
  • Networking programs
  • Member information management: Compile and maintain a current listing of PMI members in the Chapter area of operations and solicit their affiliation with the local Chapter. This file will be updated as needed to maintain an accurate listing of past and active members, PMP status, Chapter Officers, etc. and disseminated to other officers requiring an official Chapter membership listing for official chapter business use only.
  • Establish and maintain an active, documented membership and recruitment plan
  • Partner with other Board members to identify membership opportunities
  • Provide membership application forms and PMI information to potential members.
  • The Director, Membership will have the membership committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Membership Services, President-Elect & the Board
  • Support new membership orientation to the chapter.
  • Support New Member Welcome letters
  • Support first time membership attendance at chapter events.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Member Metrics shall be responsible for Membership statistics and collection of demographic studies for chapter programs.

The roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Advocate for membership issues
  • Enrollment and retention
  • Membership recognition
  • Membership benefits tracking
  • Networking programs
  • Member information management: Compile and maintain a current listing of PMI members in the Chapter area of operations and solicit their affiliation with the local Chapter. This file will be updated as needed to maintain an accurate listing of past and active members, PMP status, Chapter Officers, etc. and disseminated to other officers requiring an official Chapter membership listing for official chapter business use only.
  • Establish and maintain an active, documented membership and recruitment plan
  • Partner with other Board members to identify member metrics opportunities
  • Support new membership orientation to the chapter.
  • Support New Member Welcome letters
  • Support first time membership attendance at chapter events..

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Mentoring shall be responsible for establishing and maintaining our chapter’s mentoring program, which will provide for project management mentoring at all levels.  The roles and responsibilities of this office include, but are not limited to, any or all of the following:

  • Develop and facilitate full scale mentoring program for chapter membership.
  • Facilitate networking and communication among chapter members.
  • Establish method for providing Professional Development Units (PDU’s) to members who participate as mentors. Distribute PDU documentation to participants.
  • Revise and redesign full scale program as needed.
  • Finalize role after full scale program is in place.
  • Provide a monthly status report to “The Board”.
  • Provide input to the budget and a committee plan for the year to “The Board” by the end of January or the 1st month in the office.
  • Support a clean and timely turn over of Chapter records to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, PDD Strategy and Operations shall be responsible for the planning and operations of the premier annual Professional Development Day.

  • The Director, PDD Strategy and Operation will have a standing PDD committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Professional Development Day, Past-President & the Board.
  • Provide organization, milestone dates and action items for committee to be completed.
  • Coordinate with committee leads for break-out speakers, sponsors and operational requirements
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, PMO shall be responsible for the Program Management Office program. 

  • The Director, PMO will coordinate a committe of local PMO officers to provide best practices to the PM public and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Professional Development, President-Elect  & the Board.
  • Support 4-6 events annually in a lunch-n-learn forum or evening event.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, PMP Certfication shall provide guidance and support for the PMP Certification Review program and process.

  • The Director, PMP will have the SIC/IC Senior Instructor Core and Instructor Core report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Certification, Past-President & the Board.
  • Develop and coordinate both PMP Seminars and PMP/CAPM Boot Camps annually
  • Validate the Review material support the current edition PMBOK, Project Management Book of Knowledge.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

 The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, CAPM Certfication shall provide guidance and support for the PMP Certification Review program and process.

  • The Director, CAPM Certification will have the PMP SIC/IC Senior Instructor Core and Instructor Core report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Certification, Past-President & the Board.
  • Develop and coordinate both PMP Seminars and PMP Boots annually
  • Direct the chapter 25+ Senior Instructor Core and Instructor Core Instruction for the one-week PMP Boot Camp and 10-week PMP Review Seminar courses 
  • Validate the Review materials support the current edition PMBOK, Project Management Book of Knowledge.
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director of Professional Development shall coordinate all monthly evening chapter meetings and workshops. The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Sponsorship shall be responsible for all chapter sponsorship relations.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Techhelp shall be responsible for the technology request queue.

  • The Director, Techhelp will have the techhelp committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Vice President, Technology, Past-President & the Board.
  • Post Job Board and Resume Board requests
  • Reset local login user password.
  • Assist with technical service request submitted to the Techhelp queue
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Director, Volunteers shall be responsible for chapter volunteer resources for non- board positions.

  • This person will be responsible for recruitment and development of volunteers in support of all PMI Central Ohio Chapter’s programs and activities. This person will maintain the chapter’s volunteer list and support the Board, Officers, and Operations Teams with volunteers to help them carry out their specific areas of responsibility. This person will also be responsible for the yearly volunteer recognition dinner/activities.
  • The Director, Volunteers will have the volunteer committee report to him/her and will be responsible for supporting the Secretary & the Board.
  • Support the PMI VRMS volunteer system for the chapter resources.
  • Match chapter volunteer needs to requests to volunteer through the respective Vice Presidents. 
  • Support a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor.

The Director level will be appointed by the Board, will provide for Leadership support as the Chapter grows and needs additional organizational support. This level will be responsible for developing and managing the budget for each area and the support of a clean and timely transition to the position’s successor applies to all Directors. The terms of office for the Directors as outlined in this document shall be two years in length with a limit of two (2) consecutive terms in any officer position, unless an exception is granted by a majority vote of the Board.

The Professional Development Team provides chapter level evening, and morning events, Professional Development Workshops and PMICOC Leadership Institute Workshops.

This is our collaboration email location for Call for Topics and Call for Chapter Speakers.

We hope you will provide your contact information and related query request. Someone from the team will response back to you with our correspondence email address.

If you need further assistance, please use the general information mailbox for additional concerns.

The Professional Development Day Team provides our premier Professional Development Day each year.

Bryan Johnson, PMP – VP – Professional Development Day welcomes you to PDD2019.

We hope you will provide your contact information and related query request. Someone from the team will response back to you with our correspondence email address.

If you need further assistance, please use the general information mailbox for additional concerns.