Cheryl Stevens, a Centric Indianapolis manager, recently received her Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s largest project management member association. The PMP® certification is globally recognized and demonstrates that individuals have the “experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects.”
According to PMI, “to be eligible for a PMI certification, applicants must meet specific educational, project, program management, and/or specialty areas and experience requirements. Applicants also must pass evaluations, including a rigorous, scenario-based multiple-choice examination designed to objectively assess and measure professional ability and project management competence.”
Cheryl has nearly 20 years of experience in leading Business Intelligence, reporting and database projects, playing multiple roles such as manager, project manager, financial analyst, business/systems analyst and developer, as well as QA and implementation roles. She often acts as a liaison between the business and IT departments. Contact Cheryl to learn more.
PMI is the world’s largest project management member association, representing more than 600,000 practitioners in more than 185 countries. As a global thought leader and knowledge resource, PMI advances the profession through its global standards and credentials, collaborative chapters and virtual communities and academic research. When organizations invest in project management, supported by PMI, executives have conﬁdence that their important initiatives will deliver expected results, greater business value and competitive advantage. Learn more at www.PMI.org