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Mon, Jul 18


ZOOM: 82743064421 PC: seminar

Advancing Greater Public Good Through Project Management

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Advancing Greater Public Good Through Project Management
Advancing Greater Public Good Through Project Management

Time & Location

Jul 18, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

ZOOM: 82743064421 PC: seminar

About the event

Josephine “Arjho” Turner believes that the heart of project management, program management, and portfolio management is the people doing the job and the people being served for the outcomes of the project. The presentation, “Advancing Greater Public Good Through Project Management”, will share the real-life story of an agriculturist, environmentalist, and social justice activist in using her portfolio, program, and project management skills with simple organizations and also functional type of organizations to impact communities she serves both in the Philippines and the USA. For over 20 years, the impact of Arjho's work is reflected in her passion for active civic engagements and the focus in advancing good governance and social justice through effective as well as fair policies, empowerment, public leadership and professional skills development. She will share how these experiences have inspired her to apply and earn professional credentials from globally known professional certification bodies and launched her own company, ACT International Consulting, LLC, as an international consultant. She has committed herself to help contribute to the advancement of Project Management as a profession. She hopes to inspire PACCGA Members and even non-members who are engaged in initiating, planning, implementing projects, managing programs and managing portfolios through their business or their volunteerism work/collaboration with non-profit organizations to leverage that experience and apply for professional credential exam(s) applicable to the need and professional career development of the individual.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Inspire participants to use their skills, talents and time to be engaged in 1 or 2 community-based projects per year, those not under the mandate of their company or not under work related projects.

2. Learn on how to leverage your for-profit work experience and also non-profit volunteerism work to apply and earn professional credentials from professional certification bodies.

3. Be a PM Mentor to your team, your organization and to those who are passionate about using project management concepts to impact their communities for the better.

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