PMI Region 7 NextGen Leadership Virtual Meeting

February 26, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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NextGen Leadership Virtual Meetings are informal, monthly networking and educational opportunities for Project Management students who are starting their career as project management professionals. The purpose of the meeting is to introduce university students to project management professionals in their local Chapters, network with other project management students and provide information about the project management profession and related work in the Region. The university students and anyone who supports our transitioning project management professionals are welcome to attend the virtual meeting.

PDUs: Guest Speakers are qualified for a maximum of 1.0 PDU under Category A. Please be advised that PMPs are required to provide evidence supporting their reported learning project.  This may include a log of discussions with notes and dates.


12:00 PM - 12:10 PM Introductions, Review Agenda, Ground Rules, and Regional announcements
12:10 PM - 12:45 PM Guest Speaker Malika Malika
12:45 PM - 12:55 PM Q&A
12:55 PM – 1:00 PM Closing and planning for the next meeting


Virtual Event Topic:

A journey which is only yours!
You can tell about the path only when you have traveled on it. Even if the roadmap is provided turn by turn,  still every journey is different.  Every person faces their fair share of weather on the well-traveled path, which makes the journey personal and unique.
Malika will share with you her journey and path she took to be a project manager. Lessons she learned on this journey. Today when she is hiring project managers what is she looking, in their resumes and them as project managers.
This topic will help you chart your journey not to be just a project manager but how to be a seasoned project manager in coming years.


About the Guest Speaker: Malika Malika


Malika’s mission is to build healthy teams. While never losing sight of the end goal, her priority is to put people over processes and create relationships that motivate and inspire teams to achieve their collective goals. Malika’s methods include collaboration, active listening, and meticulous analyzing of information. She takes problems head-on, has an entrepreneurial spirit, and fully enjoys her work.
Malika has worked as CEO, President of PMI SFBAC chapter. These days while serving as Director at Large at PMI SFBAC, she is Sr. Director Digital Program Management at Fremont Bank.

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If you have any questions about this Regional program, please contact NextGen Board of Director Batchimeg Shagdarguntev at