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We are committed to providing a variety of events and educational opportunities for you, the Northern California Project Management Professional...

 June 'Talks & Tapas' @ Rickeys

Thursday June 14th is our next event in our ongoing 'Talks & Tapas' series.  Paul Slaikeu will be presenting an interactive discussion on "Fostering Innovation Within Projects"
that will define some of the basics of innovation and help all participates think about and plan for ways they can enhance innovation within their projects today

Register by 6/7 and receive a $5 discount!


Guide Dogs for the Blind Graduation

Join us on Sat June 23 for a most interesting event in Terra Linda...  The latest class of Guide Dogs will graduating from the program and departing for their new lives providing much needed assistance to those who desperately need it!

Tour – 10:45 AM to 12:30 PM
Picnic Lunch – 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Graduation – 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Cost is $15/adults, $5/children (pls use promo code 'Child')


Breakfast Roundtables

We have 2 venues for our popular Roundtables.  Lively conversation and networking await!

Santa Rosa - May 15th - 7:30 - 8:30 AM - Sam's For Play Cafe, 2630 Cleveland Ave, Santa Rosa, CA
San Rafael - May 16th- 7:30 - 9:00 AM - Northgate Mall., San Rafael, CA  (NEW LOCATION)

 Marin Networking

Now that the weather is changing, join us on May 24 on the patio at Bar Bocce in Sausalito

Wine Country Wildfire Relief

The Wine Country Chapter area has experienced an extraordinary number of fires in the past few months.  Trinity, Mendocino, Lake, Sonoma and Napa counties have been effected, with thousands of structures burned over unimaginable numbers of acres, with countless numbers of residents displaced.  To date, the homes of 7 PMI-WCC members were lost.  Several members were forced to relocate for up a week and a half, not knowing whether they would have a home to come back to.

While clearly bruised, our region has demonstrated its resiliency, and through that, exhibited a marvelous compassion for those around them who have been affected.

Accordingly, we'd like to highlight a few worthy efforts that we'd appreciate your consideration on.  Please read, and if able, contribute time and resources to these worthy causes.

This list is hardly complete.  If you know of other ongoing stories and campaigns that you would like to bring to the attention of your fellow members, please forward the information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and we'll be sure to include it!

Lastly, despite popular perception that the area has been "wiped out" and not open for business, nothing could be farther from the truth!  The Wine Country is very much open for business!  Perhaps the best thing that you can do to support these areas is to visit local businesses in these affected areas and support them directly with your purchases in their stores!  Local tourism can be one of the greatest gamechangers for the area... Spread the word!