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2016 Professional Development Day

c695464a c402 4cec ab5e 193ebe07ba99 | 2016 Professional Development Day Our PMI Superheros are ready to deliver an action packed day of education and networking at our Professional Development Superhero Conference on Thursday, December 8th at the University Business Center at Fresno State! fc3c4977 3c53 4865 802a 43715cf02754 | 2016 Professional Development DayPMOltron, leader of the PMI Superhero team, has gathered Leadership experts to present on leading teams, leading customers, and managing the risks that come with leadership. 98430ff0 e8b4 45c9 965c 1cb909821301 | 2016 Professional Development DayGanttMan, using his long range vision powers, presents Strategy and management business sessions on aligning strategies to meet high-stakes customer business requirements and objectives, and methods to lead organizations to perform better as partners with the business. 30e3f4a6 48c3 4b8b bfe8 1e51f6ba0bc8 | 2016 Professional Development DayCaptain Agile, champion of project management Technical Skills, is bringing together speakers for three sessions covering agility, innovation, and scope management with real-life project examples. This event is open to the public, and designed for ALL business people, not just those who work in project management. The keynote speakers, Jeff Tobe and Phil Bristol will energize you, and you’ll find the sessions in between educational and maybe a little bit fun. Click here for more details.

2011 Walk to Defeat ALS

This is very short notice, but I just received information about an event taking place this coming Saturday, September 10, 2011.  The event is a fundraiser walk and auction to benefit the ALS Association. ALS is more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. This event is happening at beautiful Kearney Park in Fresno. For more information, visit this website:

I am writing about this because a friend of a friend here in Fresno has had ALS, for 11 years. It is astounding that she is still alive. Less than 10% of people diagnosed with this disease live more than 10 years from time of diagnosis.  Most die within 2 to 5 years from diagnosis. The ALS Association needs our support. Again, visit the website to look for ways you can help. Thank you.