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President Candidate: John R. McShane, PMP, MBA Experience: Executive Vice President 2012 ; Guided the BOD in the adaptation of conflict of interest policy, assisted in establishing The Communication Community of Interest.

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President

Candidate:John R. McShane, PMP, MBA

  • Experience: Executive Vice President 2012; Guided the BOD in the adaptation of conflict of interest policy, assisted in establishing The Communication Community of Interest
  • VP Information; Created long term goals for use of NCPMI.ORG including plans to implement bar-code technology for member PDU tracking.
  • VP Programs
  • Vice-Chair of Public Sector Committee
  • Director Finance
  • Director Mentoring
  • PMP; B.S. Accounting; M.B.A. Finance
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President (cont’d)

  • Chapter Goals and Objectives:
      • Ensure that transition of the new Board of Directors provides value to the members of the Board and the members of the Chapter;
        • Provide the chapter with programs that will add value for future years;
        • Encourage volunteers to assist the chapter and to become future chapter leaders;
        • Encourage the Board to evaluate current processes and procedures to promote what is high value and modify/fix, or eliminate, what is of least value.