PMI New Hampshire Chapter

Letter from the President


Letter from the President


Fellow Members,


My appreciation that you, our Chapter Members, have entrusted me to act as the PMI-NH President for the coming year.

It’s been an unusual and challenging 2020 – 2021 at our New Hampshire PMI Chapter - not to mention globally.  From politics to personal situations; from shopping in person to shopping from home; from zooming to the office in cars to’ing to the office in our pajamas and bathrobes, (cameras off).  How times change.

We embrace change, as it is a natural part of human life, as well as all organizational journeys.  If one does not come to embrace change, one can certainly not move forward or realize their full potential:  We are practical, we are realistic, we are driven by facts – we are Project Managers!

As companies modify their hiring design and functional structures, and rethink their strategic Human Resource initiatives in order to attract and retain the most highly skilled individuals; has also recognized that the geography of the New England States not only lend themselves, but demand vehicles by which all of our PMI members, both north and south, might be recognized, engaged, and appreciated. To this end, I look forward to our 2021-2022, 20th Anniversary, of our New Hampshire Chapter.  We have much to look forward to.

Upcoming initiatives:

  • Encourage and empower our current Volunteer Staff and Board of Directors
  • Fill our volunteer vacancies with engaged team members to help us move forward
  • Recapture PMI-NH Members who may have left this past year during COVID-19
  • Increase new membership and encourage personal and professional growth
  • Reach out and nurture potential sponsors for long term relationships
  • Create alliances and foster relationships with (additional) academic organizations
  • Create alliances and foster relationships with corporate partners
  • Continue to work with to move our chapter forward
  • Look toward the future to embrace and surmount whatever challenges may come

Thank you ALL for being part of our 20th year!

My sincere thanks in being able to serve our chapter,

Kelly Wach

President, 2021-2022