Project professionals certified in management

Five ATA team members recently received their Project Management Professionals® certification from the Project Management Institute®. Founded in 1969, PMI is a not-for-profit professional membership association for the project, program and portfolio management profession. To become a PMP, you are required to meet specific educational and work experience criteria and pass a four hour exam. Pictured with Information Technology and Systems Department Director Mark Rigney, top left; (clockwise, from top right) certified Project Management Professionals Bob Schwer, Aeropropulsion Systems Acquisition section manager; Karen Zarecor Instrumentation and Controls project manager and database administrator; Trent Loman, Instrumentation and Controls project manager and IT&S Core Process manager; Sabrina Williams, Instrumentation and Controls Project Execution section manager; and Kristen Deardorff, Instrumentation and Controls project manager and Test Data and Measurement Systems architect. (Photo by Jacqueline Cowan) -AEDC-

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