Eileen Iverson Keynote Speaker at WEF’s 2015 Wideman Prize Competition

The Wideman Education Foundation is pleased to announce that Eileen Iverson will be the keynote speaker for the 2015 Wideman Prize Competition event!

Students competing in this year’s Wideman Prize Competition will hear Eileen deliver a lunchtime keynote presentation on:

  • What qualities you need to be successful as a Project Manager in the public sector?
  • What are employers looking for?
  • Skills you need to be successful and how you can build your toolkit to complement these skills today to excel in an exciting career of Project Management.

Eileen Iverson is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB), holds a Diploma in Management Studies and Certification in Information Technology.

She is an experienced senior project manager with over 30 years of a proven track record as a leader and ability to manage and deliver results in both public and private sectors and is currently employed at the City Of Surrey as the Manager, PMO Services in the IT Division. Together with her team of project managers and business analysts, is responsible for management of IT project and program delivery at City of Surrey.

As  an Innovative leader Eileen is committed to expanding knowledge and mentoring individuals in the area of Project and Project Management Office field, through presentations, workshops, brainstorming sessions in the Project Management, Business Analysis and Project Management Office communities.