The responsibilities for the Vice President of Education Directors are below

Director of Professional Development

 

The Director of Professional Development is responsible for developing and operating workshops that support the professional development and certification needs of the Central Virginia chapter.  

  

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for workshops and workshop topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Evaluate member needs for certification workshops to support members credentialing plans (e.g., PMI-ACP, PMP, PMI-RMP, etc.).

  • Determine approach, structure and technology to provide workshops for members, such as classroom, on-line, webinar.

  • Evaluate workshop vendors and/or presenters to determine selection of workshop materials and presentation.

  • Plan workshop events, collaborating with Board members on timeframes and dates.

  • Engage vendors and/or presenters to fulfill each planned meeting in conjunction with the Director of Speaker Management or VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations and Director of Event Planning, plan the logistics and food for the event.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the event.

  • Coordinate with PMI Global on any insurance or other PMI requirement.

  • Hold the workshop events and collect feedback from the attendees.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • Develop and maintain relationships with local universities and colleges.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Director of PMI CVC Toastmasters

 The Director of PMI CVC Toastmasters is individual assigned the Toastmasters President role, as described in the Toastmasters Club Leadership Handbook, responsible for:

 

  • Presiding over meetings

  • Earning distinguished club recognition

  • Leading an guiding the members

  • Representing the Club at District and International levels.

  • In addition to the Toastmasters Club role, the Director of PMI CVC Toastmasters has additional responsibilities to the PMI Central Virginia Chapter.

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the Toastmasters events.

  • Hold the Toastmasters events.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Director of Charlottesville Meeting

The Director of Charlottesville meeting is responsible for developing and operating meetings that support the professional development needs of the Central Virginia chapter in Charlottesville, VA.   

 

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for meeting topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Determine approach, structure and technology to provide meetings for members, such as classroom, on-line, webinar.

  • Plan meeting events, collaborating with Board members on timeframes and dates.

  • Engage vendors and/or presenters to fulfill each planned meeting in conjunction with the Director of Speaker Management or VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, plan the logistics and food for the event (if needed).

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the event.

  • Hold the meeting events and collect feedback from the attendees.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Director of Richmond Meeting

The Director of Richmond meeting is responsible for developing and operating meetings that support the professional development needs of the Central Virginia chapter in the Richmond, VA area.

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for meeting topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Determine approach, structure and technology to provide meetings for members, such as classroom, on-line, webinar.

  • Plan meeting events, collaborating with Board members on timeframes and dates.

  • Engage vendors and/or presenters to fulfill each planned meeting in conjunction with the Director of Speaker Management or VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, plan the logistics and food for the event (if needed).

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the event.

  • Hold the meeting events, including:  pre-meeting, AV set up, speaker introduction, raffles, and speaker gift, if needed.

  • Collect feedback from the attendees.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Director of Speaker Management

The Director of Speaker Management will be responsible for sourcing and securing quality speakers for PMI CVC in support of providing interesting programs for members.

 

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for meeting topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Solicit quality speakers and maintain the speaker list (covering the PMI Talent Triangle categories.

  • Coordinate with the various event venues to provide speaker recommendations for all events, such as Richmond and Charlottesville Dinner Meetings, PMO Practice Group, Government Practice Group, Professional Development Workshops and the PMI CVC Symposium.

  • Follow up with speakers for presentation title, description, bio, photographs, and PMI Talent Triangle category of the presentation.

  • Plan for speaker assignments three (3) months in advance.

  • Facilitate speaker contracts.

  • Send thank you notes to speakers upon completion of assignment.

  • Coordinate with the VP of Finance to ensure payment of speaker fees and expenses.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, manage speaker fees against the annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Military Liaison

The Military Liaison is a liaison between the local PMI CVC Board, members and the local military installation or regional military membership geographically located within the PMI CVC designation area. 

 

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Responsible for promoting benefits of PMI and the PMI Central Virginia Chapter to the local members of the military installation or organization.

  • Act as a bridge to military personnel interested in PMI for Q&A, membership benefits, as well as certification support, networking and career connectivity.

  • Engage in active outreach to local military installations, veterans groups, in addition to being a resource for the local military population.

  • Engage volunteers as ‘coaches’ to assist military personnel in preparing for certification exams, to include: completing applications, assisting with establishment of preparatory training, and other support, as needed.

  • Under guidance of the VP of Communications or Director of Membership, track new military members and certification credentials.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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PMIEF Coordinator

 

  • Attend PMIEF trainings, updates, and receptions, as available.  
  • Become knowledgeable about PMIEF programs and products.
  • Subscribe to and remain up-to-date with PMIEF e-newsletter.
  •  Communicate to your PMI Chapter Board Members the wealth of PMIEF resources the board can utilize and the opportunities for partnering with the PMIEF.
  •  Provide ongoing education to your PMI chapter members about PMIEF.
  •  Communicate to your PMI chapter members the PMIEF resources they can utilize (PMIEF newsletter, scholarships, awards, resources, etc.)
  •  Advocate for the coordination and use of PMIEF resources by your PMI chapter and its members.
  •  Represent the interests of PMIEF to your PMI chapter, its board, and members.
  •  Promote PMIEF academic scholarships, awards, and training scholarships among your PMI chapter members, as appropriate, and encourage applicants to submit all relevant materials in a timely manner.
  •  Facilitate the sharing of ideas specific to philanthropic activities and creation of new programs from your PMI chapter to PMIEF.
  •  Suggest new charitable programs and products for PMIEF consideration.
  •  Become knowledgeable about the ethics and conduct of public charities.

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Director of PMO Practice Group

 

The Director of the PMO Practice Group is responsible for developing and operating meetings that support the professional development needs of the PMO community of practice for the Central Virginia chapter.

  

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for PMO-related meeting topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Determine approach, structure and technology to provide meetings for members, such as classroom, on-line, webinar.

  • Plan meeting events, collaborating with Board members on timeframes and dates.

  • Engage vendors and/or presenters to fulfill each planned meeting in conjunction with the Director of Speaker Management or VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, plan the logistics for the event (if needed).

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the event.

  • Hold the meeting events and collect feedback from the attendees.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Director of Government Practice Group

The Director of the Government Practice Group is responsible for developing and operating meetings that support the professional development needs of the government community of practice for the Central Virginia chapter.

 

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for Government-related meeting topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Determine approach, structure and technology to provide meetings for members, such as classroom, on-line, webinar.

  • Plan meeting events, collaborating with Board members on timeframes and dates.

  • Engage vendors and/or presenters to fulfill each planned meeting in conjunction with the Director of Speaker Management or VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, plan the logistics for the event (if needed).

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the event.

  • Hold the meeting events and collect feedback from the attendees.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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PMI CVC Symposium Program Manager

The PMI CVC Symposium Program Manager is responsible for developing and operating a Symposium or Professional Development Day (PDD) event that supports the professional development needs for the Central Virginia chapter.

 

  • Responsible for filling the committee with interested volunteers for the numerous roles for the Symposium event.

  • Lead and develop the committee.

  • Provide monthly updates to the VP of Education.

  • Evaluate member need for topics to provide PDUs that support the PMI Talent Triangle criteria.

  • Determine approach, structure and technology to provide Symposium meeting for members, such as classroom, on-line, webinar.

  • Plan meeting event, collaborating with Board members on timeframes and dates.

  • Engage vendors and/or presenters to fulfill the planned event agenda in conjunction with the Director of Speaker Management or VP of Education.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, plan the logistics for the event (if needed).

  • Coordinate with PMI Global on any insurance or other PMI requirement.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, VP of Communications, establish the event registration on the PMI CVC site and promote the event.

  • Hold the event and collect feedback from the attendees.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Operations, provide the attendee information for logging the PDUs.

  • In conjunction with the VP of Education, prepare annual budget, track income and expense items, and report progress against the budget.

  • Maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

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Chapter Membership

Total Members 1731
New members this year 199
PMP® Members 1229
CAPM® Members 18
PgMP® Members 5
PMI-SP® Members 3
PMI-RMP® Members 9
PMI-ACP® Members 54
PfMP® Members 1
PMI-PBA® Members 3
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 1695
Student Members 22
Other Members 14
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