2014 Presentation - PMI

Report
Binghamton Chapter
PMI Binghamton NY Chapter, Inc.
2014 Annual Business Meeting
December 11, 2014
This is the official Annual Business Meeting that satisfies the
NYS incorporation requirements.
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Agenda
Binghamton Chapter
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Welcome
Chapter Mission & Year in Review
2014 Officers
Nominating Process
Election Process
2014 Accomplishments
Election Results for 2015 Board
Recognition
One Year Paid Membership Drawing
Next Chapter Meeting
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Chapter Mission - Summary
Binghamton Chapter
 Advance the mission and objectives of the Project Management
Institute within the Binghamton area.
 Develop a growing and committed membership of local Project
Management Professionals through an aggressive recruiting and
member retention plan.
 Promote Project Management principles and techniques with local
businesses, universities and professional associations.
 Support and enhance Professionalism within Project Management by
developing and providing quality programs based on local Project
Management needs.
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Membership Year in Review
Binghamton Chapter
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75 current members
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35 companies: IBM (17), BAE (8), Lockheed (6), rest < 5 each
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Monthly Chapter Meetings - 2014
Binghamton Chapter
Month
Program Topic
January 21 Project Problem Workshop
Speaker
Contact
Hours
Venue
None
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Brothers 2
Tim Wells, PMP
BAE Systems HybriDrive
Propulsion Systems Program
Manager
Dr. Keith Werkman
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Brothers 2
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Brothers 2
John Clark
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Brothers 2
Tom Wiser, P.E.
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Brothers 2
President Harvey Stenger, PhD
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Brothers 2
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Anthony’s
Road Winery
Brothers 2
November 20 Kopernik Observatory
Hosted by Anthony’s Road
Winery
John Montgomery, Mark Hehl &
John Hussar
Kopernik Staff
December 11 2014 Business Meeting
President & Board
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February 21 “Energy Storage and Greater
Vehicle Electrification”
March 21 “Future Technology: Now thru
2100”
April 17 PDU Categories and Problem
Project Workshop
May 22 Prospect Mountain Project
June 19 Binghamton University Strategic
Planning
July 17 No Meeting – Summer Break
August 21 No Meeting – Summer Break
September 20 Winery Management/Seneca Lake
Winery Tour
October 10 Professional Development Day
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Kopernik
Observatory
Brothers 2
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Finance - 2014 Summary
Binghamton Chapter
2014 Starting Balance (01/01/14):
Income:
Membership Dues
Dinners
$4518.44
$6517.73
$2414.82
$4102.91
Expense:
$7017.05
Dinners
$3095.15
Operations: (Mailbox, Web Hosting, etc.) $3921.90
2014 Ending Balance (11/21/14):
$4019.12
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Winery Tour
Binghamton Chapter
Prospect Mountain Presentation
Binghamton Chapter
Professional Development Day
Binghamton Chapter
Professional Development Day
Binghamton Chapter
2015 Planned Programs
Binghamton Chapter
Month
Program Topic
January 22 Entrepreneurship
February 19 Environmental Remediation Project
Management
March 19 Introduction to Agile
April 16 Grid Management & Emergency
Command Center
May 21 Start Up NY & Patent & Startup
Experience
June 18 Microbrewery Operations
July 16 No Meeting – Summer Break
August 20 No Meeting – Summer Break
Speaker
Contact
Hours
Venue
Dr. Ken McLeod
Tracy Blazicek, PMP
John Ruspantini, PMP
Kate Chajka
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Brothers 2
Brothers 2
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Brothers 2
Joseph Fleury
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Brothers 2
Dr. Bill Bernier
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Brothers 2
Kristin Lyons
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Bing Brewery
President & Board
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Brothers 2
September 17 TBD
October 15 TBD
November 19 2015 Business Meeting
December 17 No Meeting - Winter Break
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2014 Board
Binghamton Chapter
Position
Officer
President
Certification
Tina J. Fleury, PMP
John Clark, PMP
Communications
Debbie Saucke, PMP
Corporate Officer
Anna Gifford, PMP
Director at Large
Cathy Maxin, PMP
Finance
Information Technology
Membership/Publicity
Lee Ellen Hollenbeck, PMP
Rob Bryla
Karl Sears, PMP
Professional Development
Barbara Waters, PMP
Programs
Anthony Olenik, PMP
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Nominating Process
Binghamton Chapter
Nominees:
 Must be members of the Chapter in good standing
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Were obtained by contacting the Chapter members
through emails and phone calls
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Can be accepted at tonight’s meeting
Let’s meet the Nominees!
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Slate for 2015 Board Positions
Binghamton Chapter
Position
President
Role
Handling the overall functioning of the Chapter, and is dedicated to achieving the Chapter
vision, mission, and objectives as detailed in the Chapter Charter.
Certification
This position is responsible for assigning and tracking PDUs, as well as assisting
members with obtaining and maintaining certification.
Communications This position is currently handling the responsibility for disseminating information both
to and from Chapter membership, and includes handling the publicity of the local Chapter
through internal and external publications and through partnering with local businesses.
Corporate Records This position is in charge of all matters relating to maintaining the chapter as an
independent corporation registered in the State of New York and shall keep a repository
of all annual business meeting and other records relating to incorporation.
Director at Large This position is a learning position and also served as a voting member on the board who
attends meetings, assists where needed but has no assigned responsibilities.
Finance
Information
Technology
Membership/
Publicity
Professional
Development
Programs
This position is responsible for maintaining the Chapter's financial records, goals &
objectives as well as preparing the necessary New York State Tax forms, insurance forms,
and annual financial plan/budget.
This position is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of information
technology, including updating and maintaining chapter web site.
Currently responsible for developing and maintaining the Chapter membership plan to
assure the growth through recruitment and partnering with major Binghamton-area
employers.
The position also includes publicity of the local Chapter and PMI to internal and external
publications and through partnering with local organizations.
This position is responsible for promoting Project Management Professionalism through
the development of educational publications, seminars, and workshops designed to help
project management professionals achieve certification.
This position is responsible for the development and delivery of programs related to
Project Management for each scheduled Chapter meeting.
Nominees
John Clark
Debra Saucke
Lee Ellen
Hollenbeck
Rob Bryla
Anthony Olenik
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(Candidate For President)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
President
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
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John Clark, PMP
(Candidate For Certification Officer)
Name
Board Position Running For
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Binghamton Chapter
John A. Clark
Certification Officer
Program Manager
BAE Systems
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Member / Experience With Other Associations / Have held multiple offices and served on the board of a
Boards
fraternal organization
Extensive project manager experience. Motivated to
continue personal learning and to share PM experience
with others. I am detail oriented which supports tracking
and assignment of PDUs. I also enjoy mentoring others
which supports assisting members with obtaining and
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
maintaining certification.
Work with board to increase membership and support
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish new members in obtaining and maintaining certification
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Debbie Saucke, PMP
(Candidate For Communications)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
Debbie Saucke
Communications Officer
Records Manager
BAE Systems
4 Years PMI Member
3 Years Binghamton Chapter Member
Director at Large (2011), Communications Officer
(2012 & 2014)
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards Several years as Treasurer for the Valley Forge Chorus
In the past I have performed the role of IT
Communications at work, continue to focus on
Communications as part of my Project Management,
and have been the chapter Communications Director
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
a year now.
Continue to develop the social media avenues to
promote the chapter and provide a means to
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish increase member engagement and interaction.
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Rob Bryla
(Candidate For Information Technology)
Name
Board Position Running For
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /# Of Yrs
Binghamton Chapter
Robert Bryla
Corporate Officer
Deputy Integrated Product Team Lead (IPTL)
BAE Systems
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•Director of CHOW – Northminster Presbyterian (1 yr)
•Member – Board of Directors - Maine-Endwell Little League (3 yrs)
•Pack 212 Cub Scout Leader (5 yrs) / Troop 212 Adult Leader (3 yrs)
•2012 Coordinator – BAE Systems Cubestock Charity Event (1yr)
•MaineEndwell Little League Umpire and T-Ball League Coordinator
Member / Experience With Other (3yr)
Associations / Boards •Deacon – Northminster Presbyterian (2 yrs)
24 years as a software engineering developer and project lead.
Currently deputy IPTL for a US Army program that involves multiple
BAE Systems and US government sites, managing program metrics,
schedule, and contract milestones. Strong interpersonal skills and a
large network of corporate contacts, including: UHS, Lockheed
Martin, Rockwell Collins, BAE Systems, Universal Instruments,
Why Would You Be The Ideal Raymond Corp., Binghamton University, and Alzheimer’s Assoc of
Candidate? Central NY.
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like
To Accomplish I have sufficient experience to work toward my PMI certification. 18
(Candidate for Corporate Officer)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
Corporate Officer
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations / Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
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Lee Ellen Hollenbeck
(Candidate For Finance)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
Lee Ellen Hollenbeck
Finance Officer
Delivery Manager in IBM Global Business Services
IBM
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Founding member (1997-1998)
Vice President of Programs (1998 – 1999)
President (2000)
Immediate Past President (2001)
Professional Development Officer (2006)
Finance Officer (2013 2014)
IBM Representative to SHARE, an IBM user group
Experience and interest
Grow the Binghamton PMI chapter
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(Candidate For Membership Publicity Officer)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
Membership, Publicity Officer
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
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(Candidate For Director at Large)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
Director at Large
Anthony Olenik, PMP
(Candidate For Programs Officer)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Anthony Olenik
Board Position Running For
Programs Officer
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member - # Of Years
Proposal Lead
BAE Systems
2 Years
Binghamton Chapter Member
PMI Board Experience /Number of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
1 Year – Programs Officer
NY Director Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor
Society
Adaptable to new roles, strong will to learn.
Successful 2014 Program
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
Try and increase turnout at activities
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(Candidate For Professional Development Officer)
Binghamton Chapter
Name
Board Position Running For
Professional Development Officer
Current Occupation
Current Company
PMI Member -# Of Years
PMI Board Experience /Number Of Years
Member / Experience With Other Associations /
Boards
Why Would You Be The Ideal Candidate?
One Goal For 2015 You Would Like To Accomplish
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Election Process
Binghamton Chapter
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Election will be held at tonight’s meeting
 New Officers take over in January
 Current Officers will transition with new officers for
three months (Jan-Mar 2015)
Voters must be members of the Chapter in good
standing
After voting, the ballots will be tallied while we finish
the presentation
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Binghamton Chapter
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2014 Accomplishments
Binghamton Chapter
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President – Tina J Fleury, PMP
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Updated PMI Records to reflect the 2014 Board.
Completed the Chapter Renewal & Strategic Assessment for 2014
Scheduled & held the Chapter’s 1st PD Day!
Submitted the 990-E 2013 Tax form.
Updated Chapter By Laws
Kept the Chapter viable.
Communications – Debbie Saucke, PMP
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Maintained distribution lists.
Created and issued Chapter communications in a timely manner.
Kept Facebook and LinkedIn up to date.
Developed an attendee satisfaction survey for chapter meetings.
Assisted President with covering other Officers’ duties when absent.
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2014 Accomplishments
Binghamton Chapter
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Certification – John Clark, PMP
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Developed and maintained a tracking spreadsheet for Board Meeting and
Chapter Meeting attendance and earned PDUs.
Prepared and conducted PDU Categories and Policies Presentation at the
April Chapter meeting.
PDU certificates issued for the Oct Board Meeting and the Chapter
Professional Development Day.
PDD conducted on 10 Oct. Completed Photo and Contact release documents
attached for archive. Photos from event are available and have been loaded
to Shutterfly. Submitted the PDD Day event for PDU approval by PMI. PMI
approval received.
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2014 Accomplishments
Binghamton Chapter
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Corporate Records – Anna Gifford, PMP
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Transitioned duties smoothly from past officer. Document PMI Binghamton
Corporate Officer functionality for consistency
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Audited 2013 Financials and posted electronically.
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2014 Accomplishments
Binghamton Chapter
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Director at Large – Cathy Maxin, PMP
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Participated in PDD planning.
Generated annual meeting presentation.
Participated in updating Chapter Bylaws.
Finance – Lee Hollenbeck, PMP
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Coordinated & Maintained Attendance Incentive Program at all Chapter
Meetings.
Created 2014 Budget & Obtained Board's approval.
Maintained & Supported 2014 Budget.
Established & Maintained PayPal account for Chapter.
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2014 Accomplishments
Binghamton Chapter
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Information Technology – Rob Bryla
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Maintained current Web site.
Worked with Board to post documents to Web site as needed.
Membership, Publicity – Karl Sears, PMP
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Generated a potential Membership list from PMIs database.
Worked with the Communications Officer to clean up the current Distribution
database.
Worked with the IT and Communications Officers to ensure we meet the
Roeder Training requirements.
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2014 Accomplishments
Binghamton Chapter
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Professional Development – Barbara Waters, PMP
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Assisted Members in obtaining their PMP Certification.
Lead subcommittee to develop the Chapter’s first Professional Development
Day
Programs – Anthony Olenik, PMP
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Booked majority of event speakers at little or no cost to PMI Binghamton in
2014.
Setup several meeting venues and logistics.
Supported Professional Development Day subcommittee.
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2015 Board Positions
Binghamton Chapter
Position
Officer
President
Certification John Clark, PMP
Communications Debbie Saucke, PMP
Corporate Officer
Director at Large
Finance Lee Ellen Hollenbeck, PMP
Information Technology Rob Bryla
Membership/Publicity
Professional Development
Programs Anthony Olenik, PMP
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Binghamton Chapter
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Recognition: Meeting Attendance
Binghamton Chapter
Highest Chapter Meeting Attendance for 2014:
Thank you for your support!
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Membership Drawing
Binghamton Chapter
2014 Program Summary:
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Prize is a one year paid membership to PMI and to our local PMI,
Binghamton, NY Chapter ($159.00 Total)
• PMI Dues - $129.00
• Binghamton NY Chapter Dues - $30
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Drawing open to all Chapter Members excluding the Board of
Directors
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Chances to win were ‘earned’ by attending a monthly Chapter
meeting – The more meetings attended, the more chances
‘earned’ to win!
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Our winner is: Bill Bernier
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Next PMI Chapter Meeting
Binghamton Chapter
• Next Meeting - January 22. 2015
• Topic: Entrepreneurship – Dr. Ken McLeod
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Binghamton Chapter
FOR YOUR ATTENDANCE & PARTICIPATION
BEST WISHES FOR A VERY
HEALTHY & HAPPY
HOLIDAY SEASON
SEE YOU IN JANUARY, 2015 !!!
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