We are proud to share Beth Rosa, Manager for Centric Boston is speaking at the Oracle Construction & Engineering Future of Projects Conference in Washington, DC, on April 24.
Beth is speaking on how driving gender diversity in a project space benefits delivery for both the client and the company.
According to Oracle, this “exclusive event features sessions exploring the latest trends and challenges—what’s now and what’s next—as well as a focus on the innovative ideas and technologies reshaping project delivery. Numerous customer-led presentations will explore best practices and success stories of transformation driven by digitalization.”
Join Beth and other women in project delivery to discuss Building a Better Workforce: Driving Gender Diversity in Project Delivery for insight into their personal experiences and how their organizations are improving workplace diversity.
About the Speaker
Beth Rosa is a consulting IT project manager for Centric Consulting’s Boston team. Her current client is a sizeable eastern-US utility company. During her 20-year career, Beth has successfully led more than 25 IT projects in a variety of software and application development areas, including recent implementation and upgrade projects for Oracle Primavera Unifier and P6. In addition to on-time, on-budget delivery of projects ranging from $75K/3 months to $8M/1.5 years, she has owned day-to-day support and maintenance of multimillion-dollar software and hardware systems and delivered 98% (or higher) uptime in all areas.
Outside the office, Beth is a mother of two children (ages seven and four) and spent three years on the board of directors for a national nonprofit, Babywearing International, dedicated to supporting families and caretakers of infants and children. She has spent the last 15 years coaching girls’ volleyball at a variety of ages and levels and runs a micro business designing and sewing eco-friendly, waterproof bags and accessories. Beth has a degree in public relations and computer data processing from Murray State University in Kentucky.