PMI Mass Bay is Seeking Dynamic Speakers at our Premier Event, PD Day 2019!

The Speaker Committee is looking for dynamic speakers to present at our monthly chapter events and our upcoming annual conference,  PD Day 2019. The conference is attended by about 300 members and guests who want to learn about new topics and best practices in project management.

For PD Day We are seeking a energetic dynamic speaker to deliver the keynote address and speakers to host individual sessions. The keynote speaker should use stories and active examples to illustrate how best practices  made a difference in the outcome of a project.

The event is held at the Four Points By Sheraton Norwood located in Norwood, MA. The event opens on Thursday 19 September and concludes Saturday 21 September.  The theme of 2019 PD Day is “Using Project Management to Bridge the Gap between Innovation and Practice “ . The tracks are “Emerging Trends in Project Management” and Agile for Project management Tools and techniques”.  Topics will address the 3 legs of the PMI Talent Triangle;

  • Strategy and Business Management
  • Leadership
  • Technical Project Management

Guidelines for speaker and presentations:

  • Topics and message must provide skills / action items the attendee can use to improve their daily practice.
  • Presentations should be engaging with real life examples and in-session exercises
  • Handouts and publications cited should be aligned with the presentation content.

Benefits of presenting at PMI Mass Bay PD Day:

  • Excellent networking opportunity with other New England Chapters.
  • Promotion of speaker on PMI MB website, booklet, and blasts to members.
  • Speaking engagements may be recorded and provide an excellent opportunity for feedback.

To be considered, take these steps:

  1. Contact the speaker committee at or fill out our online Speaker Application.
  2. If emailing the AVP Speakers, please provide
    1. Your name, phone, email and contact information
    2. A brief biography including a list of any events where you have spoken. A link to any videos of past presentations would be helpful.
    3. A brief description of the topics you want to present at a session(s) or workshop
    4. A list of publications or conferences where this material has been presented.