The Arizona Chapter of the National Speakers Association Announces New Leadership Team

Saturday, June 10, 2006, the membership of the Arizona Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA-Arizona) inaugurated its 2006/2007 leadership team at NSA’s national headquarters in Tempe. The new leadership includes:  President of the Board of Directors – Joan Koerber-Walker Immediate Past President – Beth Terry President Elect – Alan Rigg Treasurer – Jeffrie Story Secretary – Dave Sherman New Board Members: Eileen Roth, Larry Colbert, Hilari Weinstein, Deborah Gardner Returning Board Members – John Coe, Joe Hammer, Joe Contrera  “It is an honor and a privilege to represent this great organization” shared Joan Koerber-Walker. “Arizona is home to some of the most successful and talented professional speakers in the world. NSA-Arizona provides a place for us to come together to share, learn, and connect with our fellow speaking professionals. In addition, the presence of so much insight and talent – right here in Arizona – is a great resource that can be tapped by businesses and organizations across the state.”  About NSA-Arizona  NSA-Arizona is the central connection point for the best professional speakers in Arizona. NSA-Arizona offers its members and its partners the experience of a rich, year-round training program designed to develop powerful, focused, expert speakers who deliver to their niche audiences the best contemporary solutions on a variety of interesting topics, and at a price point for every program budget. NSA-Arizona is an award-winning chapter of the National Speakers Association, with Council of Peers Award for Excellence (CPAE) designations held by nearly a dozen of our current members. Another dozen of our members have earned the coveted Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation. Five of our members are Past National Presidents of NSA. Ours is a sharing chapter with an impressive history.

To learn more about NSA-Arizona and the depth insight and talent available from its membership, visit www.NSA-Arizona.org.  CONTACT:  Joan Koerber-Walker President of the Board of Directors NSA-Arizona 480/921-3933 jkw@corepurpose.net www.CorePurpose.com  Gwen Henson Executive Director NSA-Arizona (480) 968-7443 Gwen@NSA-Arizona.org www.NSA-Arizona.org

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March 3rd event is “Creating A Culture of Innovation”.

Phoenix, Arizona, February 6, 2006 – CorePurpose, Inc, and the Progressive Arizona Network (PAN) today announced that noted entrepreneur and innovator, Joan Koerber-Walker, will present Creating a Culture of Innovation, March 3, 2006, at the City of Phoenix’s Travis Williams Center.  “Innovation is doing something in a new way to make life better for the people who matter. It brings growth, builds community, and gives your business a competitive advantage.” states Joan Koerber-Walker. Creating a Culture of Innovation In Your Business and Community will feature Koerber-Walker, CEO and Founder of CorePurpose, Inc. a Phoenix, Arizona based company that helps organizations grow with innovative business and resource strategies. Ms. Koerber-Walker has spent her career taking businesses in new directions. As a corporate executive, she launched new processes and programs around the world for a rapidly growing Fortune 500 company before setting out to launch her own company – CorePurpose, Inc. – in 2002. “Whether you are an intrapreneur or entrepreneur is a matter of geography” shared Koerber-Walker. “You may be in part of a company or launching your own – “preneurs” manage the business of innovation.” Highlights of the presentation include:  • Why Innovation?  • Finding the “-preneur” inside of you  • Fostering Innovation in your business or organization  • Sustaining OUR culture of innovation  “Innovation and Innovators are the key to growth in our community” shared Greg Bullock, founder of PAN. “Having an expert like Joan come and share the strategies and tactics of creating innovation and keeping it thriving is what PAN is all about.”  Program details and information: When, Where and How Much?  Date: Friday March 3, 2006  Time: 10:30-12:00pm  Location: City of Phoenix’s Travis Williams Center- 4732 S. Central Avenue Phoenix 85040, Conference Rooms # 169 & # 170  Cost and Parking: The session is offered free of charge and free parking is also available at the Travis Williams Center.  Attendance is limited to the first 125 registrants. Register via email to greg.bullock@phoenix.gov or call (602) 534-9287.  About the speaker  An author, speaker and life long ‘preneur, Joan Koerber-Walker is passionate about finding innovative ways to help companies grow. CorePurpose, the company she founded in 2002 was recognized in 2003 by the Arizona Technology Council as one of the most innovative new companies in Arizona. In 2004, Ms. Koerber-Walker was named one of the top women entrepreneur’s in the country as a national finalist for the Stevie™ – considered the “Oscar” for Women Entrepreneurs. In addition to her activities as CEO of CorePurpose, she serves on advisory boards at Arizona State University, Parenting Arizona and on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Technology Council and the National Speakers Association- Arizona chapter. She was awarded a BA in Economics from the University of Delaware, and an MBA (2000) from Arizona State University.  About CorePurpose, Inc.  Headquartered in Arizona, CorePurpose, Inc., is a consulting and solutions company specializing in focusing companies for greater success through high impact activities that link directly to results. Together with members of the CoreAllianceSM, CorePurpose, Inc. works with companies and organizations to align internal resources to their areas focus while offering resources for mentoring, implementation and outsourcing in non-core areas or areas where additional support is required including: HR, Sales and Marketing, Operations, IT, and Finance. For more information about CorePurpose, Inc., and to view the listing and experience of CoreAlliance Members visit: www.CorePurpose.com.  CONTACT: CorePurpose, Inc. Joan Koerber-Walker, 480/921-3933 jkw@corepurpose.net www.CorePurpose.com  CorePurpose® is a registered service mark of CorePurpose, Inc.  About the Progressive Arizona Network:  The Progressive Arizona Network (PAN) is a business to business networking group that strives to provide information, association and strategic alliance opportunities to grow the business ecosystem. This group was founded in Dec. 2003 in south Phoenix. Initially it comprised of some 22 local companies. Today “PAN” is governed by a Board of 10 officers, and connects to over 350 businesses and organizations in the Metro Area. It continues to experience rapid growth, primarily in the small business sector. “PAN” is quickly becoming the premier catalyst to incubate and support new business opportunities for young entrepreneurs.

For more information, visit www.progressive-network.com  CONTACT: Progressive Arizona Network (PAN) Greg Bullock, (602) 534-9287. greg.bullock@phoenix.gov www.progressive-network.com ###

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Electronics Primer – the newest title from CorePurpose Publishing

Electronics Primer: The Products, The Markets, The Players  Publisher: CorePurpose® Publishing  Editor: M. Laura Kane-Sellers, MA, MBA  Contributing Authors: Marlane Miller, Angela Moran, Brian Richardson, Tom Waguespak, Russell Carter, Warren Bickley  © 2005 M. Laura Kane-Sellers ISBN: 978 09747056 8 2 MSRP: $ 69.00 Educators Price: $49.00  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Phoenix, Arizona– CorePurpose Publishing today announced the release of Electronics Primer: The Products, The Markets, The Players (Electronics Primer) a new handbook that provides a comprehensive overview of the electronics components that form the building blocks of the global electronics industry.  The book is authored by a collaborative student team from Texas A&M University and edited by Texas A&M faculty member M. Laura Kane-Sellers who also holds the office of Education Foundation Director of the NEDA. “As an educator and electronics industry executive, I was dismayed to find that there was no quick reference tool on the market that provided a comprehensive and unbiased overview of the many component products that make up the electronics industry” shared Kane-Sellers “Having challenged my students to research the various product groups, we soon found that their combined efforts could fill a much needed gap in the libraries of students, educators, engineers and electronics industry executives alike. We took the idea to the executive board at NEDA who recognized the value and invested the support for the creation of this much needed tool.”  Publication of Electronics Primer was underwritten by a grant from the NEDA Education Foundation, which is affiliated with the National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA). Robin Gray Executive Vice President of the NEDA shared at a recent gathering of electronic industry leaders “This is a book that every distributor sales person should have a copy of. Electronics Primer has the pertinent information that distributors, manufactures, and their customers need to have on hand. This may well become a “bible” for our industry.  Leading electronics industry executives are also acknowledging that Electronics Primer fills a gap that has existed in the tools available for employee training. According to Skip Streber, Vice President, Global Semiconductor Supplier Marketing at Arrow Electronics, “The Electronics Primer is an incredibly comprehensive yet easy to understand introductory guide to the basics of electronics. This valuable tool is a must read for every new inside and outside sales person. It provides an excellent overview of the vast majority of passive and active electronic components. I would recommend this book to anyone entering the electronics industry!” Craig Conrad, Sr. Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer and Strategic Planning Officer for TTI also agreed and shared “I’ve been in this industry now for over 30 years and have yet to see a practical guide to all of the different technologies in the industry as comprehensive and easy to understand as the Electronic Primer. This book should be the core for training any person joining the electronic industry. I recommend it highly!”  Electronics Primer can be ordered through the National Electronics Distributor Association at www.NEDAssoc.org and at www.CorePurpose.com.  Features and Benefits:  A Comprehensive Industry Overview:  Electronics Primer is a comprehensive non-technical guide to the electronics industry. It offers product descriptions, features and benefits and the life cycle of a wide variety of components: semiconductors, active discrete and passive electromechanical interconnects. The Primer also provides company names, websites, revenue, and market share information.  Semiconductor Components Analog * Sensors and Encoders Connectivity * Data Converters * WiFi * Blue Tooth * Interface * Fiber Optics * Power Management * Radio Frequency * Signal Conditioning * Microwave Logic * Wireless * Field Programmable Optoelectronics * Discrete—Logic IC Processors * Microcontrollers * Microprocessors * Digital Signal Processors Memory * Volatile * Nonvolatile Active Discrete Components * Diodes and Thyristors * Transistors Passive Electromechanical Interconnect Components * Switches * Relays and Circuit Breakers * Cooling Equipment * Potentiometers and Trimmers * Filters * Resistors * Capacitors * Power Supply * Connectors  The Products • Defines all products in the specific product group in a non-technical, simplified way. Also, this section answers questions such as how customers use the product and what problems the product solves.  • Includes the primary features the customer uses to make selections about the specific product type stated in terms of the user benefits and answers the question “so what?”  • Life Cycle Stages of a life cycle are explained in each product area and product families are positioned on a life cycle curve.  The Market • Identify key Manufacturers, Distributors, and Suppliers Worldwide and Regional Total Available Market (TAM) Distributor Total Available Market (DTAM) and Market Segmentation.  • Market Trends o Historical—1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 o Projected— 2005, 2007, 2010 End equipment applications for each product group  The Players  Which manufacturers drive the top 80% of the revenue for these products o Company Names o Company Websites o Authorized Distributors o Revenue in $Millions o % Market Share Written by a team that combines Academic Excellence with Decades of Industry Experience  Editor:  M. Laura Kane-Sellers, MA, MBA is a full-time faculty member at Texas A&M University in the Industrial Distribution Program. In addition to her responsibilities at TAMU, Laurie serves as Education Foundation Director for the National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA). She worked in the electronics industry for 20 years prior to pursuing her Ph.D. at TAMU. Having completed all Ph.D. coursework in Education Human Resource Development with a minor in Industrial Distribution is scheduled to complete her dissertation by December 2005. Laurie also holds two master’s degrees: one in Business from Southern Methodist University, and the other in Speech Communications from Texas Tech University. Laurie is co-author of Connecting Resources: A Primer for Electronics Distribution published in 2004. She is currently working on a book titled Painting the Homeless Visible and Giving them a Voice scheduled for release in 2006.  About the Authors – The Texas A&M Student Team  Marlane Miller is a Senior Industrial Distribution student at Texas A&M University, class of 2005. She will graduate in December of 2005 with a bachelor’s of science degree in Industrial Distribution along with a minor in Business. Marlane is at present seeking a job in the electronics industry with plans to obtain an MBA in the future.  Angela Moran is from Dallas, Texas, and a graduate of the Texas A&M Class of 2004. She majored in Industrial Distribution with a minor in Mathematics. Currently, Angela is observing in the Dallas Independent School District to complete her secondary teacher certification. After this, she plans to obtain a master’s degree.  Brian Richardson was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Brian graduates in December of 2005 with a bachelor’s of science degree in Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University. He is currently searching for a job in the electronics industry and looks forward to marrying his high school sweetheart in March of 2006.  Tom Waguespack is a May 2005 graduate of the Texas A&M University Industrial Distribution Program. He is currently an Account Manager for TTI, Inc., an industry leading distributor of passive, interconnect, and electromechanical components. Tom was born and raised in Houston, Texas.  Russell Carter grew up in Houston, Texas, and attended Texas A&M University studying Industrial Distribution. Russell found his niche in the electronics field and was inducted into the Sigma Delta honor society. He graduated in May 2005 and accepted a job with Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas, where he is responsible for capacity/business planning for worldwide manufacturing of analog products.  Warren Bickley graduated from Texas A&M University in May of 2005 from the Industrial Distribution Program. Warren lives in Dallas, Texas and, along with Tom, is an Account Manager for TTI, Inc.  About NEDA – The National Electronic Distributor Association  NEDA is a not-for-profit trade association representing distributors of electronic components and their manufacturer-suppliers. Dedicated to the enhancement of the distributor-manufacturer relationship. NEDA represents companies involved in the distribution of electronic components and parts, computer and computer peripheral components and test, measurement and control equipment and their manufacturer-suppliers.

About CorePurpose Publishing Based in Phoenix, Arizona, CorePurpose Publishing support authors in the business, academic, and non-profit sectors in producing specialty titles for their target marketplace.  CONTACT: Joan Koerber-Walker CorePurpose Publishing 480-921-3933 jkw@corepurpose.net  Debbie Conyers Director of Marketing 678-393-9990 ext. 19 dconyersatnedassoc.org

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CorePurpose Founder to Speak on Leadership Paths for Women

You are invited to another phenomenal Women’s Leadership Event Leadership Paths for Women (A chapter in the Some Leaders Are Born Women series)  Barnes & Noble – 90th & Shea, Scottsdale  Monday, October 24, 2005, 7:00 p.m.  Open to the public – free of charge.  Eight women leaders will discuss leadership paths for women and share their experience. You will hear from:  Joan Eleanor Gustafson – Award winning international speaker and author; former 3M Corporate Marketing international leader  Laraine Rodgers – Innovation catalyst, business technology executive, entrepreneur  Joan Koerber-Walker – Community leader and nationally-recognized entrepreneur and innovator  Dawn Lake – Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserves; combat veteran, Global War on Terrorism, Afghanistan  Barbara McDuffie Kahler – Executive coach and former IBM executive  Karen Carter – Nationally-recognized motivational speaker and top producer in the insurance field  Raleigh Pinskey – Best-selling author of 101 Ways to Promote Yourself and founder of Strategic Alliances World Wide  Pamela Hillyer – Founder of Vocal Intelligence and trainer of media broadcasters  Please join us!  Biographies of Panel Members Joan Eleanor Gustafson  An award-winning international speaker, author and consultant, Joan Eleanor Gustafson provides inspiration and life-changing insights to organizations and individuals, who want to live their dreams and maximize their results. She is the author of seven books, including A Woman Can Do That! 10 Strategies for Creating Success in Your Life and Some Leaders Are Born Women! Stories and Strategies for Building the Leader within You. She has spoken to more than 3,500 audiences in ten countries.  Joan is the founder of Success and Leadership Dynamics (SLD), a consulting company specializing in business strategy, organizational productivity, personal development and leadership. In her role as president of SLD, she works with people who want to rise to the top and with organizations that want to increase their productivity.  Before founding SLD, Joan was a member of the Corporate Marketing Management Committee at 3M where, during her 26 years there, she held international responsibility for multiple functional areas including marketing and sales productivity, e-Business and knowledge management.  Joan is on the faculty of University of Phoenix, where she teaches graduate-level courses in international management, strategic management, and e-Business.  Laraine Rodgers  A force throughout the information revolution on the strategic use of technology, Laraine Rodgers launched Navigating Transitions to help leaders compete optimally in the innovation economy. A noted-expert on aligning strategy, operations, technology and organizational culture to maximize ROI, she has helped organizations including American Express, Avon Products, Inc., Citibank, the City of Phoenix, GTE Government Systems, MasterCard International and Xerox achieve and sustain top-line growth and bottom-line profitability.  In addition to advising companies on strategy and technology-assisted execution, Laraine speaks and writes on leadership, technology and innovation. She actively participates in several community activites and is a member of CIO’s Editorial Advisory Board and the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) Executive Council on Information Management and Technology. Laraine earned a B.S. in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco and an M.B.A from Pepperdine University.  Joan Koerber-Walker  Joan Koerber-Walker leads… and loves it. Whether at the helm of her own company, CorePurpose, Inc., or working with community organizations, universities or client companies she is know as the “go-to-person to get things done”. An award winning leader and innovator, Joan has held management and executive positions in sales, marketing, engineering management, global supplier contracts and corporate strategy at a Fortune 500 company before launching CorePurpose in 2002. In addition to her activities as a CEO and advisor to companies on strategy and execution, she is a member of the National Speakers Association and speaks at universities and in the professional community on business growth, strategic execution and innovation. An active community leader, Joan serves on numerous committees and boards of organizations here in the valley. She was awarded an MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and a Bachelors in Economics from the University of Delaware.  Lieutenant Colonel Dawn Lake  As special Advisor to the Commanding General, Coalition Forces Afghanistan, in the Global War on Terrorism, Dawn Lake, MA, executive coach and professional speaker, understands the skills and techniques necessary to ignite and effect change in any organization. Her military, corporate and university experiences quickly move groups and individuals to new levels of performance. Her work as a trained military operative in the hunt for Al Qaeda and her extensive work in explosive situations give Dawn unique credentials to turn chaos into productive, profitable work environments.  Dawn works with companies to hire and maintain talent, with sales teams to achieve extraordinary results, with executives who want to master EQ, with women who want to come out from “under the veil,” and with those who want to manifest the infinite potential within.  Barbara McDuffie Kahler  Barbara McDuffie Kahler, a retired IBM executive, is an executive coach and Founding Principal of Leadership in Action, a coaching and consulting services company. Barbara specializes in maximizing business results by leveraging the talents, passion and skills of the organization. She has experience developing leaders, creating effective organizations, building high performance teams, attracting and retaining talent and leading change. Barbara has a proven track record for developing people and organizations and delivering results. For over 30 years at IBM, she coached hundreds individually and in groups as she led business and product startups and built organizational capability for competitive advantage.  In her role as business owner and executive coach, Barbara has worked with leading companies in the technology and healthcare industries to prepare leaders for more senior assignments, integrate newly appointed executives into their new roles, coach valuable leaders to address challenges that may derail careers, and guide the leader to seek assignments and training to accelerate their personal and professional growth.  Barbara couples her own executive experience with her extensive business knowledge to guide organizations and individuals to maximize results faster.  Raleigh Pinskey  Raleigh Pinskey’s company, The Raleigh Group ~ A Viz-Ability Marketing Company™ founded in 1979, specializes in business development, image building, brand recognition, public relations, book writing and speaker coaching. Her consulting clients range from a $5,000 Marilyn Monroe doll to a leather furniture store, dog grooming products to a stunt woman, jewelry designers to shoe stores.  Raleigh is the marketing and public relations consultant who launched the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. She has translated Viz-Ability into profits for Blondie, Sting, Bowie, McCartney, and KISS, as well as thousands of retailers, service organizations, home-based businesses and authors. A motivational speaker, she speaks internationally on the topics of public relations, marketing, self promotion and Viz-Ability! Raleigh is the author of five books, including best selling book 101 Ways to Promote Yourself, which helps many succeed in self promotion.  Karen Carter  Karen Carter, a native Arizonan, has been in the casualty, personal property, and life insurance fields for more than 30 years. Before opening Carter Insurance and Pension Services in 1985, she led the Arizona agency of a major life insurance firm in production. She holds a Chartered Life Underwriters degree and a Chartered Financial Consultants degree. Karen is a nationally recognized motivational speaker, as well as a private trust administrator and is very active in community affairs.  Pamela Hillyer  Pam Hillyer is an executive voice consultant and founder of Vocal Intelligence, LLC. a consulting company specializing in communications in a unique and comprehensive manner. Pam is changing the way people do business by helping them learn that the voice is the most powerful sales tools any star performer possesses and that we each have the capacity to do the same. She is a highly entertaining and motivating speaker who delivers powerful and effective presentations and programs.  Pam Hillyer has over 25 years of communication and business experience in industries that range from the technical Oil and Gas Industry to the creativity of sales and marketing. Pam found her niche when she was educating radio and acting students. Although a few stars were born during her tenure, the true gift she received was the insight that the voice is one of the most misunderstood and overlooked elements of every person. That process alters the human psyche in a way that each person can tap into an inner power only to find that this power is “heard” by those around them. This was something that Pam knew that the “non-media” professionals had to experience. She has worked with individuals from the front line staff to CEO’s and has an infectious enthusiasm and a passion to train others to speak more powerfully.

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The Business of Innovation

Phoenix, Arizona, October 6, 2005 – CorePurpose, Inc, and the Project Management Institute (PMI) Phoenix Chapter today announced that noted entrepreneur and business advisor, Joan Koerber-Walker, will present on The Business of Innovation, October 20, 2005. as part of PMI’s monthly professional Development series.  Intrapreneurs/Entrepreneurs: The Business of Innovation will feature Joan Koerber-Walker, executive director and founder of CorePurpose, Inc. The Phoenix, Arizona based company specializes in helping organizations grow with innovative business and resource strategies. Ms. Koerber-Walker has spent her career taking businesses in new directions. As a corporate executive, she launched new processes and programs around the world for a rapidly growing Fortune 500 company before setting out to launch her own company – CorePurpose, Inc. – in 2002. “Whether you are an intrapreneur or entrepreneur is a matter of geography” shared Koerber-Walker. “You may be in part of of a company or launching your own – “preneurs” manage the business of innovation.” Highlights of the presentation include:  • Finding your Focus • Finding the “-preneur” inside of you • Creating a culture of innovation • Connecting the dots.  About the speaker An author, speaker and life long intrapreneur/entrepreneur, Joan Koerber-Walker is passionate about finding innovative ways to help companies grow. CorePurpose, the company she founded in 2002 was recognized in 2003 by the Arizona Technology Council as one of the most innovative new companies in Arizona. In 2004, Ms. Koerber-Walker was named one of the top women entrepreneur’s in the country as a national finalist for the Stevie – considered the “Oscar” for Women Entrepreneurs. In addition to her activities as CEO of CorePurpose, she serves on advisory boards at Arizona State University, Texas A&M, Parenting Arizona and on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Technology Council and the National Speakers Association- Arizona chapter. She was awarded a BA in Economics from the University of Delaware, and an MBA (2000) from Arizona State University.  Program details and information:  When, Where and How Much?  Date: October 20, 2005  Time: 5:45 pm – 6:15 pm — Social Hour and Networking 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm — Dinner 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm — Local Announcements and Presentation  Location: Doubletree Guest Suites Phoenix – Gateway Center at 320 N. 44th St. (2 blocks north of Van Buren Street on 44th Street).  Open to the public  Cost for the dinner and speaker with a reservation is $25 Cost for the dinner and speaker without a reservation is $40 Cost for the speaker only is $10.  Registration: http://www.phx-pmi.org  About CorePurpose, Inc.  Headquartered in Arizona, CorePurpose, Inc., is a consulting and solutions company specializing in focusing companies for greater success through high impact activities that link directly to results. Together with members of the CoreAllianceSM, CorePurpose, Inc. works with companies and organizations to align internal resources to their areas focus while offering resources for mentoring, implementation and outsourcing in non-core areas or areas where additional support is required including: HR, Sales and Marketing, Operations, IT, and Finance.

For more information about CorePurpose, Inc., and to view the listing and experience of CoreAlliance Members visit: www.CorePurpose.com.  CONTACT: CorePurpose, Inc. Joan Koerber-Walker, 480/921-3933  CorePurpose® is a registered service mark of CorePurpose, Inc.  About the Project Management Institute:  The PMI Phoenix Chapter is your local Valley of the Sun link to the Project Management Institute (PMI), the largest and most diverse international organization in the world dedicated to the profession of project management.  The Chapter was founded in 1977, as the 29th Chapter to be chartered in the United States. The Chapter has grown and evolved, until today it has approximately 2000 members, representing project management in industry, consulting, government and academia. Over one-third of our members have earned the PMP certification.  For more information, visit www.phx-pmi.org

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