Student Profile: Nira Mahesh, PMP
I really enjoy project management and feel that it can benefit many industries and endeavors. I am a Healthcare Consultant for Hayes Management Consulting based near Boston, MA. I truly think that project management can be fun, and try to use my creativity to bring that to my project teams. I live in Boston with my husband and enjoy gourmet cupcakes, entertaining and traveling.
Student Profile: Todd Bauer, PMP
I am a 40-year old Project Manager and Business Analyst for Security MicroImaging. We are a top-tier Hyland reseller and provider of ECM solutions. I have been technical for many years and evolved into the Project Management sphere, eventually arriving at a point where experience wasn’t enough and I needed a serious education and credentialing to move forward.
The PMP Certification was originally suggested by my supervisor. I was not previously familiar with PMI.
Student Profile: Karthik Vivekanandan, PMP
I am Karthikeyan Vivekanandhan and I hold an Bachelors degree in Engineering(Mechanical) and a Masters degree in Business Administration. I have been working with Hewlett Packard over the past 10 years. My professional competency includes Project Management, Test Management and Agile.
The changing business environment requires practicing project managers to have a formalized education/certification on the time tested methodology of Project Management named PMP.
Student Profile: Ann Koermer, PMP
What better testimonial than a live coaching student becoming a brand new PMP. This past Thursday< June 7, at approximately 3:45 PM, I viewed the "Congratulations" on my monitor after patiently completing the Prometric survey.
My journey began in 2001, when my favorite manager at IBM placed me on the project management baseline. I was always too busy with work and family and yes very intimidated by this PMP thing. I thought a degree in Project Management would be necessary. I had taken many of the IBM Project Management courses, but had never attained the degree. In 2010, I decided enough was enough and I would try to achieve the PMP status.