Vision: Improve success for the organization and individuals through the mentoring program with a focus on professional and leadership in the area of project / program management
Mission: Leverage the collective expertise of fellow professionals to succeed through mentorship program
PMI-SFBAC Mentorship Program supports fellow professionals who are either transitioning into a Project/Program Management career, or are seasoned professionals who seek to grow into senior leadership roles.
If you are a senior professional with a big heart to give back to the community, or a Project/Program Management professional who seeks growth in your career, you have come to the right place. We can’t wait to on-board you into the Mentorship Program.
Coaching Circle : Focus group up to 4 mentees with similar interests mentored by a very senior mentor. 8-weeks in duration. 6 topics based coaching circles (e.g. prepare for career transition/advancement, executive presence & manage up etc.) at Beginner and Advanced levels each, starting in March 2021. For more information:
One-on-One Mentoring: Caters to individuals who have specific objectives or growth ideas to enable the mentees to strategize and achieve focused goal in a time-boxed framework. Launching in late 2021Q2. For information or pre-register now at email@example.com
“Jovita moved from being a Senior Manager at a SMB to a Director at large high tech company during the course of this mentorship program.”
"This program is fantastic! I feel very grateful to have the opportunity to participate and appreciate every minute I get to spend meeting with my mentor. Thank you everyone!"
In 2020, the Mentorship Program successfully supported 146 mentors and mentees in 1:1 pairings over the course of 6-months. While being proud of all the incredible partnerships formed, the Program’s special recognition goes to the three Star Mentor awardees, Jeff Cadieux, Mary Ann Michaels, and Janet Tsai, for their exceptional commitment and impact to the mentee by sharing intellectual wisdom and providing moral support. Our cordial gratitude also goes to the three exceptional mentors Troy Edelen, Gautham Pallapa and Nancy Watanabe, and high performing mentees Jovita Yip and Erika Luger.