Volunteer Recognition and New Board Constitution
PMI Mumbai Chapter

Volunteer Recognition and New Board Constitution

PMI Mumbai Chapter organized its 13th annual general meeting on 15 February to comply with the statutory norms. It was also an opportunity to felicitate 74 active volunteers and 73 speakers who have contributed to the development of chapter in the following areas:

  • Functioning of chapter, including board of directors, committee members, branch development, training etc.
  • Advisory role
  • Upgrading of study material from A Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) fourth to fifth edition
  • PM Conclave 2013
  • Elections
  • Speakers in PMP Club meetings
  • Chapter development, including student chapter

To encourage more volunteers and spread the awareness of project management, the chapter board has also felicitated the following members with special awards as in Table 1.

Volunteer Name Award Category
Anand Kumar Subramaniam Volunteer of the Year 2013
Yagna Boorada Volunteer Excellence of the Year 2013
Minaxi Vaishnav Volunteer Excellence for Ahmedabad Branch Program 2013
Ahmed Ashfaq Volunteer Excellence for Membership Program 2013
Nimish Panchal Student Volunteer of the Year 2013
Rohan Gupta Student Volunteer Excellence of the Year 2013
(table 1)

During this meeting, a new board of directors was constituted to manage chapter activities from 1 April 2014. The new chapter board is as in Table 2.

Board Position PMI Member Name
President President
Secretary Mr. Yagna Boorada
Vice President – Finance Mr. Ketan Vyas
Vice President – Certifications and Training Mr. Bharat Bhagat
Vice President – Professional Development Mr. Sreegith Nair
Vice President – Branches Mr. Oscar D. Souza
Vice President – Outreach Mr. Manoj Sarasappan
Vice president – Volunteer Development Mr. Jay Raval
Vice President – Membership Mr. Ahmed Ashfaq
Vice President – Marketing Mr. Bhavesh Thakkar
(table 2)

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