Jennifer Carter, associate director of Continuing and Professional Education, has been elected director-at-large on the Project Management Institute Washington DC (PMIWDC) governance board.
The Project Management Institute is a worldwide association for project management professionals, and the Washington, D.C., chapter is the institute’s largest with more than 10,000 active members.
As director-at-large, Carter will exercise independent accountability and responsibility on matters of governance and oversight in the best interest of the membership ensuring that activities and decisions are in alignment with the chapter charter, bylaws, vision, and mission statements.
She will serve for a term of three years.
Carter was named associate director for Continuing and Professional Education in 2011. She is responsible for developing partnerships and outreach programs in the National Capital Region and is located at the Virginia Tech Research Center ─ Arlington.
Prior to joining Virginia Tech, Carter served as the director of outreach and the instructional design coordinator for the Society for Science and the Public. She has also held positions at the Science Application International Corporation and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Carter has a master's degree in science and technology studies from Virginia Tech; a master’s degree in national security and public safety from the University of New Haven; and a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Georgia.
Continuing and Professional Education is a unit of Outreach and International Affairs at Virginia Tech.
Posted February 09, 2016