Cheryl Lee is a certified Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA), Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), with an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Toronto. She is the co-author of the newly published book “Effective PM and BA Role Collaboration” (2015), J. Ross.

As a highly experienced business analysis and project management practitioner and trainer, Cheryl has mastered the ability to harmonize the PM and BA roles in order to deliver seamless and successful implementations. This author, speaker and passionate Business Analysis nerd never misses an opportunity to help mentor and inspire other PMs and BAs. She has conducted multiple public webinars and presentations at conferences, chapter meetings and local colleges and universities.

Cheryl’s devotion to the profession of Business Analysis is further demonstrated by her non for profit contributions where she has co-founded the PMI Toronto Chapter – Business Analysis Community, the first Business Analysis Community within a PMI chapter.

She is also the President of a Toronto-based consulting firm that offers consulting and training services within the realm of business analysis, project management and change management. Clients in both public and private sector across all industries, including all levels of government, financial services, high tech, telecommunication, transportation, construction and entertainment have benefited from her company’s services. Reliable, efficient, passionate, personable, energetic and cheerful are a few of the characteristics clients use to describe Cheryl.

She was part of a global team of writers and reviewers to support PMI in the development of their fifth foundational standard to accompany
· PMBOK® Guide,
· The Standard for Program Management,
· The Standard for Portfolio Management, and
· the Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)®

PMI's newest foundational standard, The PMI Guide to Business Analysis, was launched in December 2017.