Kate Culzoni, Senior Program Analyst for the Center for Human Capital Innovation, recently hit another professional milestone when she earned her Program Management Professional Certification (PMP).
This accomplishment marks yet another achievement aimed at furthering her skillsets. Her continued passion for learning, both personally and professionally, is a strong testament to the dedication she has in her role with the Center for Human Capital Innovation (CHCI).
As a leading human capital management consulting firm, the Center for Human Capital Innovation looks forward to Kate’s continued success in her role and is excited to see her leverage the new certification to better the outcomes for their clients.
About Program Management Professional Certification (PMP)
The Program Management Professional Certification (PMP) is a globally recognized professional certification. The certification is offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is considered a vital component of any program manager’s ability to optimally perform in their role. As of August 2019, the institute reported 932,720 active PMP certified professionals spanning across 300 chartered chapters worldwide.
PMPs can be found leading projects and programs in virtually any industry, making the certification as versatile as it is valuable. PMP certification is an addition that brings value for everyone involved, with both CHCI and clients able to better meet budgets, exceed expectations and hit KPIs.
Common Components of PMP include:
- Developing a comprehensive project plan
- Integrating and directing project work
- Managing and controlling resources, costs, and schedule
- Communicating project work effectively
- Managing stakeholder engagement
- Monitoring project risk
- Controlling project quality
- Closing the project
About Kate Culzoni
Kate currently holds the title of Senior Policy Analyst at CHCI. She is a highly accomplished and knowledgeable project manager, analyst and strategic planner, bringing over fifteen years of experience to her role with CHCI.
Over her professional career, she has designed, managed, implemented and assessed programs and organizations across a spectrum of industries. Her experience also includes expertise with governmental planning, budgeting, policy analysis, communication and program evaluation.
About the Center for Human Capital Innovation (CHCI)
The Center for Human Capital Innovation is a global leader in the talent management industry, focusing on leadership development, executive coaching, people analytics and human capital management. They provide today’s leaders in both the public and private sector with innovative training, tools, analysis and strategic insights into the science of people management.
Globally recognized among leadership consulting firms, CHCI leverages its capabilities and extensive experience in order to improve performance for clients across a broad range of verticals from publicly traded companies to governmental agencies. CHCI firmly believes that the capabilities, skills and well-being of employees rank among the most critical components of organizational success in the long term.
Those interested in learning more about Kate, CHCI or to learn more about speaking engagements are encouraged to reach out via their official website or by way of the media contact information below.
Company Name: Center for Human Capital Innovation
Contact Person: Anne Loehr
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Phone: (571) 970-4250 ext. 113
Country: United States