Meet your 2020 Project and Change Management Advisory Group

Meet your 2020 PCM Advisory Group

Whilst we were fortunate to meet some of our community ‘virtually’ at Alliance this year we realize it wasn’t quite the usual start to the year we would normally have! The PCM Advisory Group would therefore like to take the opportunity to introduce ourselves here. Please feel welcome to reach out to any of us if you have any questions or suggestions for the PCM group over the remaining year, and let us know if there’s anything we can do to help you!

Lauren Shield, Senior Manager Campus Communities, University of Newcastle – AG Chair

Charita Hampton, Director ERP Applications, University of Houston System – AG Secretary

Gina Fogelsonger, Senior Project and Program Manager, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Alliance 2021 Track Chair 

Shaheda Taji, IT Project Manager, DePaul University – Alliance 2021 Assistant Track Chair 

Liz Medvetz, Identity and Access Analyst, University at Albany – Education Committee

Normandy Roden, Director Finance and Procurement Business Services, University of Colorado – Education Committee

Becky Silva, PeopleSoft Security Administrator and Help Desk Administrator, Kentucky Comm. and Tech. College System – Education Committee

Brad Finley, Director of Enterprise Systems, Illinois Central College – HEUG Board Liaison

Derry Fong, Director of Information Systems Office, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology – HEUG Board Liaison

Our goals

We have also been working hard to implement our 2020 goals for the group. Our goals this year are focussed primarily around education, with the introduction of our Presenter Certification Series, and enhancements planned for our file libraries. We are also hoping to engage broadly with our international audiences through webinar and conference presentation offerings, and are looking into how we can work collaboratively with other Advisory Groups and programs such as the HEUG Mentors program. Full details on our Goals and Objectives for the year can be found on our page here.

How can you engage?

The PCM Advisory group page offers opportunities for you to engage with the PCM community. Here you can post files to the libraries, post questions or topics for discussion on the forum, or submit suggestions for the Advisory group about topics you would like us to explore. Keep an eye out for webinars, and also our online Birds of a Feather style sessions we hope to run several times throughout the year.

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