Student Profile: Ramlal Pareek
I passed my PMP in 2014, of course, with the help of The PM PrepCast™ lessons.
I am a general manager working in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. After I passed the PMP exam, I also passed the PMI-RMP exam.
My journey on taking the PMP® exam was really tough, but the certificate was not just my motive but also to become a real-time project manager with great knowledge in my entire journey. Before I got my PMP® certification, I took an MBA in projects management, HR verification, a green belt in quality, and complete knowledge of conflict resolution and strong contract knowledge by getting classes for FIDIC and construction law as I am a civil engineer. The PM PrepCast™ lessons helped me a lot to understand topics and definitely passed my PMP exam.
Student Profile: Amlan Dutta, PMP
I have been a data scientist with 11 years of experience. An MSc, MBA, LSSBB, working with applied materials in India. When I took the PMP® exam, my objective was to score above target in the exam (one of the toughest professional exams I've known). I finished the exam thirty minutes earlier.
Student Profile: Gregory Tarallo, CSM, PMP
I have been an IT project manager for the past 15 years in the software industry, specifically in the development of custom software for SMBs. Prior to this role, I was a software developer. Because the PMP designation is global, it was important for me to obtain my certification.
Student Profile: Sherry Rodulfo, PMI-ACP
I have been a project manager for about 6yrs now. I used to play the role of RTE of Client Engagement unit but after the reorganization, I moved to another role. I am now working as part of the global team of Product and Client Engagement team, whose primary responsibility is to make a business case for every cost we have in the company and plan how to recover them. I play the role of a scrum master for the team, on top of being a PM. The team works with the Product Management team to provide guidance on financial and forecasting perspective.
Student Profile: Engr. William M. Turno, PMP
I am a Civil Engineer registered in the Philippines, ASEAN Engineer and recently got my credential as a PMP. I have various experience in construction works and underground power cable (direct-buried and utility tunnel, up to 400kV) installation works. I have worked in the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore. I am stationed in Singapore. I am keen on learning new things in any engineering and construction work.
Student Profile: Nasir Zealvert, PMP
I feel the reason I love project management is not because it's my profession; I'd rather call it my passion. I usually oversee projects from the process-improvement & reengineering; QMS ISO 9001; 5S; automation; electrical/mechanical/industrial equipment manufacturing; automobile; media; IT and logistics industries/sectors.
Student Profile: Nicholas Adams, PMP
I am an enthusiastic, resourceful, motivated business professional with leadership, business, and technical experience. I strive to continuously improve processes, systems, and services with the focus on serving and creating value for all. I enjoy meeting challenges head-on, working hard, and finding a way to effectively complete projects on time and within budget.
Student Profile: Engr. Md. Moktar Hossain MCIPS, PMP
I am an Electrical Engineer. But I have changed my career focus to the supply chain and Public procurement arena. I have achieved a Masters in Procurement and Supply Management(MPSM) and MCIPS from CIPS UK. I am working in this procurement and supply chain field for more than 4 years. Now I am working as a Procurement Specialist in a Project funded by IFAD-UN. Before this, I was involved in a bigger Power Plant construction project also. So performing in a project, I noticed that Project management knowledge is very much important to me for handling my activities.
Student Profile: Shilpi Gupta, PMP
I serve as a Project Manager in an IT company and have 5 years of project management experience. My innate talent for being able to quickly build a rapport with the clients comes in handy and helps me navigate the ups and downs of the project lifecycle easily.
Student Profile: Michael Nelson Jr, PMP
I serve as an HR Technology Consultant for Lockton Companies based out of Kansas City, Missouri. I have a strong background in health and welfare benefits, as well as a deep interest in personal finance. Project Management as it's practiced was a foreign concept to me until a connection helped me secure a job at a benefits administration company where I would serve as a project manager overseeing the migration of client data from their previous solution to my new company. While pursuing my MBA, I was formally introduced to the field from an academic perspective.
Student Profile: Patrick Taiwo PMP, PMI-ACP, PSM
I like to call myself an IT Professional morphing into an Agile Project Manager, my IT career started out in AT&T Inc where I worked for 19 years in roles as an Oracle DBA, Application and Web Developer as well as some System Administration chores. This guided my trajectory towards project management which is as wide and all-encompassing as it can be, it is one discipline that challenges you daily and keeps you learning for you to be current within the knowledge space and keep up with its growth.
Student Profile: Gabriella Dellino, PhD, PMP
I am a computer engineer with a PhD in Operations Research. Because of that, I love to enhance process efficiency, promote resource optimization and thorough planning of activities. Project management soon became a framework for all these attitudes to express themselves to their full extent. While spending many years as a scientist in the academia, I gained experience in grants management.
Student Profile: Heidy Laboy, PMP
I am a Project Manager to a federal contractor for the US Government but before that, I worked for the federal government directly. I have over 10 years of experience with IT project management from new software installs and upgrades to software development. The A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) provides project managers with a reference to help focus their project management efforts in a more efficient and successful manner. As my mentor told me, "Hope is not a project plan!"
Student Profile: Tejashree Bambulkar, PMP, PMI-ACP
I am an IT Program Manager, working in the financial industry in New York. I have been working as a Project/ Program Manager for the last 12 years. Before that, I worked as a Solution Architect & Developer in Data Visualization projects. I enjoy working on conceptualizing a project to taking it to the finish line. I love to learn new technologies & develop skills that help me in project management. I also voluntarily work with non-profits, charitable organizations where I offer my PM skills as a service.
Student Profile: David Mugo, PMP
I am an experienced Project Specialist with a proven track record in delivering multi-million dollars humanitarian, health and Gender development projects for UN. With extensive experience in the delivery of Women Economic Empowerment projects.