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2021 PMI Minnesota Volunteers of the Month

PMI MN Recognizes Volunteers for their Service

The PMI MN Volunteer of the Month Award recognizes PMI MN members who exhibit leadership, dedication, initiative, and whose multiple accomplishments in their area(s) of volunteerism, on behalf of PMI MN, contribute a high level of impact to the Minnesota Chapter of the Project Management Institute.

To nominate an outstanding PMI MN Volunteer, submit a Volunteer of the Month nomination!


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The PMI MN Chapter is honored to present Ryan Vanyo as our April 2021 Volunteer of the Month. 

In a period of 3-months, Ryan single-handedly created the PMI MN Mentorship program website page and generously accepted to manage the entire PMI MN Mentorship program. Ryan has been very generous with his time and talents. This is not an easy transfer of ownership situation because the program has been inactive for some time. Ryan soft launched the program on March 15, 2021 at the New Member Orientation session and will be connecting with mentors/mentees and overseeing the entire process. Due to his previous experience at the PMI Iowa Chapter, he brings a great amount of knowledge that has been very valuable. Thank you, Ryan, for stepping up to the challenge to kick off our mentorship offerings!

PMI-MN would like to thank for your commitment to excellence and all you do for the chapter.

Congratulations, Ryan!!!


The PMI MN Chapter is honored to present Ingerid Mohn as our February 2021 Volunteer of the Month. 

Ingerid has been working tirelessly to get our new certification classes kicked off this year! Despite many hiccups, changes and challenges, she was instrumental in bringing the team together in order to evaluate and drive our first offerings to be available to our members, as we now have our first DASM (Disciplined Agile Scrum Master) and new ATP (Authorized Training Partner) endorsed PMP Prep classes scheduled (for 3/25-3/26 and 4/19-4/23). We endured the loss of multiple people at the end of last year, a re-evaluation of the ATP process and how it fits with our chapter, evaluating different instructors, negotiating and signing a contract, and working to get our offerings advertised appropriately. Additionally, she helped with evaluating our survey results from December and how those impacted the decisions we made. Ingerid originally signed-up as an Interim ATP Program Manager and as things got busy, was willing to transition to our full-time ATP Program Manager. Thank you Ingerid for stepping up to the challenge to make our education offerings a success!

PMI-MN would like to thank for your commitment to excellence and all you do for the chapter.

Congratulations, Ingerid!!!


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