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Do you have excellent organizational skills? Can you lead and coordinate teams confidently and assertively? Can you be flexible and adaptable? Project management may be a great fit for you. Project managers supervise all aspects of a project, coordinating the workforce to ensure work flows smoothly from start to finish. They are in charge of schedules and manage deadlines and budgets, too. Learn about trends, opportunities, certifications, and how you can get into the profession of Project Management. Hear the perspective of one Project Manager’s unique journey and what you can do to start a career PM’ing.

Renee Adair, PMP, is the owner of Successful Projects. She brings over 25 years of business leadership and project management experience. Prior to owning Successful Projects, Renee served as a Program Director for a leading telecom consulting firm, focused on overseeing delivery of multi-million dollar, complex outside plant engineering projects. She is experienced in managing projects, leading and mentoring project managers and building a Project Management Office (PMO). Renee also worked in Information Technology for fourteen years including roles in support, network administration and Director level management. She brings a wealth of real-world experiences in managing complex projects that has helped shape her solutions-oriented and customized approach toward project management training and coaching.

Renee is an active volunteer within the project management community and is a passionate advocate for the project management profession and supporting the advancement and enrichment of project managers through a better understanding of disciplined approaches available to help ensure project success.

Southwestern University supports learning wherever it takes place. The Center for Career & Professional Development contributes to the Southwestern University Student Life MOSAIC initiative by providing advising, programming and resources to help students develop as a whole person. This event helps you to:

  • Make Meaning of the Academic Experience
  • Shape Your Professional Identity