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Serving as a business partner for the volunteer leadership of PMI communities of practice, supporting them as they develop and deliver planned activities to enhance member value through the exchange of knowledge. Twitter: @KristinJPMI

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I am a project manager and a lifelong nerd. I try to focus more on authenticity, relationships, and trust rather than process, even though I know it is important, because I view project management as an art. I am also a lifelong nerd and love discovering new learning resources to share with my fellow PM colleagues.

A PMP and PRINCE2 certified Technocrat and a trained & dynamic Telecommunication Professional, having over 12 years of rich and insightful experience. Involved in diverse engagements including design & development of Network Optimization for Telecom application, Networking Project Experience & Support Management for Mobile operations, and currently working as Project and PMO consultant and as PMP and PRINCE2 Trainer of a PMI R.E.P in Bangladesh.

Positive attitude person that enjoys working with others to ensure goals are met in the most cost effective and timely of manners.


Hands-on agile, project management and product management professional with extensive experience in leading enterprise level agile adoption and providing agile coaching to teams, product owners and executives. Built product development, lean software development and distributed agile/scrum teams. Championed process improvements, leading to measurable quality, predictability and efficiency improvements.

As a project manager, I work from a commitment to producing valuable and relevant results, for customers and team members. I bring with me, both advanced technical skills and a grounded business sense. Coupled with an adept communication style, I have an uncommon ability to articulate complex technical concepts in laymen's terms, and I am able to fluidly navigate interactions with end-users, managers, and technologists.


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