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PMI Nevada Chapter Election Timeline 



January 22 Meeting                      Advise members of open Board positions available for nomination 

February                                        Update website to allow nomination election form

February 26 Meeting                    Remind members of open Board positions
                                                       Incent for open positions
                                                       Allow time for questions/answer regarding position’s responsibilities
                                                       Noting requirements below…

How to Submit Your Nomination

Go to the PMI Nevada Chapter’s website, available from the Elections drop down menu, click on Nomination Submission.  Please be aware that potential candidates must meet the criteria listed below:

  1. The candidate must be a member in good standing of PMI-NNV, Inc.
  2. The candidate has been a member of PMI for at least one calendar year.
  3. Prefer that the candidate has served in a volunteer capacity with any organization.
  4. The candidate cannot have any ethics complaints or grievances lodged against them or the chapter currently or within the last 5 years.
  5. The candidate should be able to commit a minimum of 10 hours per month towards chapter activities and Board meetings.

Open Positions

Vice President of Member Services

The Vice President of Member Services is responsible for ensuring that members are aware of available services. (2 yr commitment)

  • Manage outreach to members (new members, exiting members, badges, PDUs)
  • Recruit and lead volunteers in team
  • Administer the chapter member services plan
  • Manage budget areas as assigned by President
  • Manage to the policies and procedures for areas of responsibility

*Preferred Qualifications:  Experience in building relationships and supporting PMI membership. Strong organization and technical/web skills.


Duties as written (Bylaws – Article V; Section 4)

The President-Elect position will serve one year, then move to the President position for two years and then serve as Past President for one year.  (4 yr commitment)

  • Yearly review of the chapter’s strategic plan
  • Alignment of tactical projects with strategic plan
  • Manage Policies and Procedures required
  • Manage website (volunteers, partners, consultants, interfacing with PMI GOC)
  • Manage portion of dinner meetings (speaker coordinator, laptop management & setup)
  • Manage budget areas as assigned by President
  • Stand-in for the President in his/her absence

*Preferred Qualifications: Experience in leadership, communication and executive management skills. Competent in managing relationships, have an understanding of financial management and strategic needs. Able to motivate and communicate with individuals and a group.

Vice President of Marketing

The Vice President of Marketing is responsible for promoting the chapter and its services to both members and the community at large. (2 yr commitment)

  • Manage marketing and the marketing team (newsletter, advertising, sponsorship)
  • Administer the chapter marketing plan
  • Outreach into the community for reaching new companies for new training, advertising and sponsorship activities.
  • Manage budget areas as assigned by President
  • Manage to the policies and procedures for areas of responsibility

*Preferred Qualifications: Marketing and internal/external communication background; ideally with a non-profit organization. Experience in developing programs to promote an organization, creating marketing products, newsletters and brochures. Strong presentation and negotiation skills.

Vice President of Professional Development

The Vice President of Professional Development is responsible for promoting Project Management Professionalism through the development of educational publications, seminars, and workshops designed to help Project Managers in their professional development.  This includes providing the training, workshops, forums, technical dinner meetings and seminars.

  • Develop and implement a chapter professional development plan
  • Manage budget areas as assigned by President
  • Develop policies and procedures for areas of responsibility
  • Appoints and leads directors as required.

*Preferred Qualifications:  Experience in professional program development and curriculum design. Strong organization and communication skills. Familiar with project management professional development units (PDU’s) required by PMI.

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Chapter Membership

Total Members 293
New members this year 34
PMP® Members 176
CAPM® Members 5
PgMP® Members 1
PMI-SP® Members 0
PMI-RMP® Members 0
PMI-ACP® Members 6
PfMP® Members 0
PMI-PBA® Members 0
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