K V S N LATA

Vertex Offshore Services P. Ltd., Pearl City Chapter

Project Manager, Volunteer with the member outreach team

Been a PMI member since:2011


Q&A(please answer in less than 10 words)

  • What attracted me to PMI
  • PMP is the reason why I joined the chapter

  • My dream project as a project manager
  • To be a part of a project(s) which will be part of people in their daily lives.

  • My proudest PMI volunteer moment
  • Being a part of National Conference in 2019 hosted by PMIPCC where my volunteer journey started

  • A life lesson I learned as a volunteer
  • A personal touch established through a call or a face-to-face conversation can really do wonders over mass email communications

  • I am looking forward to
  • continue my association with PMIPCC by being a part of its initiatives and will strive to do my best

Rajeshwari Guddeti

Parexel& PMIPCC

Been a PMI member since:Sept 2019


Q&A(please answer in less than 10 words)

  • What attracted me to PMI:
  • Honestly,I have got to know and wanted join PMI only for PMP. But, once joined, I was astonished by the scale of programs PMIis engaged in. Especially the NIRD program and PMBOK in Braille were really amazing

  • My dream project as a project manager:
  • To be part of Full lengthProject in alliance with Government that serves Organic Farming & Farmers

  • My proudest PMI volunteer moment:
  • There are Many proud moments. I have got to Know, Meet and work closely with many great .Getting in touch with Multiple Farmers & Village women and understand their problems and sugest solutions and work for the same gives real satisfaction

  • A life lesson I learned as a volunteer:
  • Every person can make a difference, and every person should try heartfully.

  • I am looking forward to…
  • Contribute My mite toChapter&Society development through Continuous & Consistent efforts

Jonathan Justus

Thomson Reuters, PMIPCC

Editorial Board

Been a PMI member since:December 2019


Q&A(please answer in less than 10 words)

  • What attracted me to PMI:
  • Way 2010, I saw PMI transforming lives, there are careers that have been metamorphosized, I want to be acquainted to this esteemed institute from the day I am introduced to PMI.

  • My dream project as a project manager:
  • I want to be a good team player, communicator, administrator & leader.

  • My proudest PMI volunteer moment:
  • Spandana newsletter release where we worked as a team, goals were set by our senior leadership, somedays we burnt midnight oil to provide utmost value to our readers/members, working with Editorial board members and leaders are unforgettable experience to cherish, also contributed with the photo (Buddha Statue at Tank Bund) which was took by me, it is proudest moment as a PMI volunteer.

  • A life lesson I learned as a volunteer:
  • You need to endure the hitting by Chisel to become a beautiful sculpture

  • I am looking forward to…
  • …contributing, helping contributors to give their best, removing hurdles for our members to come out of their cocoon, need to provide best experience to our members where they need to proudly be part of our Chapter.

N. Brahmanandam

JP Morgan Chase, PMIPCC

Agile Coach/PM

Been a PMI member since: 2015


Q&A(please answer in less than 10 words)

  • What attracted me to PMI:
  • It’s content for PM and reputation

  • My dream project as a project manager:
  • One of the Critical Insurance project where PMP certification has helped me to well manage and succeed in timely delivery.

  • My proudest PMI volunteer moment:
  • Leadership workshop Covering around 1200 kids across 8 Govt schools in 3 mandals.

  • A life lesson I learned as a volunteer:
  • The more you give back to the society makes you happiest and gain the eternal satisfaction

  • I am looking forward to…
  • continue and create more impact by getting ready the next level of volunteers, so that this mission continues irrespective of your individual contribution.

Gokul Kolipaka

Strta Consultancy Services, Pearl City Chapter

Senior Consultant & Volunteer

Been a PMI member since:2012


Q&A(please answer in less than 10 words)

  • What attracted me to PMI:
  • Huge pool of like-minded people with breadth of knowledge where we can learn, network and develop cross-functional bridges. The concept of not only learning, to also give back to society by volunteering.

  • My dream project as a project manager:
  • Developing a Nuclear-Medicine research lab for a clinical facility in Hammersmith Hospital in Imperial College of London.

  • My proudest PMI volunteer moment:
  • Observing the sparks in the eyes of kids while, training kids on leadership qualities.

  • A life lesson I learned as a volunteer:
  • The more you give, the more you get.

  • I am looking forward to…
  • Learn, progress and contribute to personal, chapter and society development.

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