The following information and documents are for use and reference by our members, sponsors, and the general public.
The PMI Carolina Chapter is organized as a mutual benefit, 501(c)(6) not-for-profit organization, which generally encompasses professional and business league-type organizations. While we do not pay taxes, contributions to our organization are not tax deductible in the same sense as a donation to a charitable foundation. However, membership dues and/or contributions may be deductible as a business or professional development expense; please contact a competent public accountant or tax attorney for advice.
The ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION are the document by which our organization is incorporated by the State of North Carolina. The Articles of Incorporation constitute a public document that supersedes the bylaws and all other internal management rules & regulations.
Through our rebranding efforts, we are incorporated as; PMI Metrolina, Inc d/b/a as PMI Carolina, effective 3rd quarter of 2022. By utilizing the "Assumed Name" or "d/b/a" we honor our rich heritage of PMI Metrolina!
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Board of Directors
The President is the Chief Executive Officer for the Chapter and of the Board, and performs such duties as are customary for presiding officers, including making all required appointments with the approval of the Board.
The Past President acts as mentor to the newly elected Board.
Vice President of Marketing
The Vice President of Marketing is responsible for Chapter communications including the chapter newsletter, website updates, social media, and other Chapter publications, This also includes securing Corporate Partnerships and Sponsorships and promoting the Chapter within the Communities that we serve.
Vice President of Administration & Governance
The Vice President of Administration keeps the records of all business meetings of the Chapter and meetings of the Board. This also includes internal process documentation and maintenance and governance of the Chapter. The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Comittee reports into this VP and area.
Vice President of Finance
The Vice President of Finance is the Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for the Chapter and oversees the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the Chapter.
Vice President of Professional Development
The Vice President of Professional Development is responsible for professional education programs to include PMP certification preparation classes, Saturday PDU classes and Professional Development Day.
Vice President of Membership
The Vice President of Membership is responsible for membership issues, for recruitment and retention of members into the Chapter, and supervises membership activities.
Vice President of Programs
The Vice President of Programs is responsible for the development, scheduling and coordination of chapter and community meetings including developing the chapter meeting agenda, coordinating meeting schedules, and locating speakers.
Vice President of Technology
The Vice President of Technology develops and oversees implementation of a comprehensive technology strategy, systems and processes that align with business needs of the Chapter. Sets integrated plans to provide both strategic advantage and optimized operations needed by the Chapter.
Vice President of Social Impact
The Vice President of Social Impact is responsible for overseeing initiatives to collaborate within the communicate and utilize resources to assiste the communities the Chapter serves (e.g. Military Outreach, PMI Educational Fund to include the Chapter's Scholarship Program, and the Mentoring Program).