Amy Sloan Merkley Announces PMI Membership
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Amy Sloan Merkley Announces PMI Membership
Amy Sloan Merkley is proud to announce her membership with the Project Management Institute. As a member of PMI, Amy Sloan Merkley is distinguishing herself from other Project Management Professionals as a business advisor who is truly dedicated to the growth of not only her career, but the customers she serves as well. Amy Sloan Merkley joins PMI to network with its other 700,000 members and credential holders to improve her skill and continue making connections in the industry. To become a member of PMI, Amy Sloan Merkley had to meet the organization’s globally recognized standards as well as its rigorous certification program. To become a Project Management Professional, applications must have a secondary degree or a four-year higher education degree. Aside from meeting these basic PMP eligibility requirements, Amy Sloan Merkley exceeded industry qualifications and continues to grow her insight, knowledge, and ability. Since joining PMI, Amy Sloan Merkley has been able to increase her customer roster as well as the industries that she serves. In fact, Amy Sloan Merkley has worked with customers ranging from the government sector all the way to the health care industry. She’s thrilled with all of the professional opportunities that PMI has revealed and looks forward to many more years of success to come. Aside from growing professionally and personally through PMI, Amy Sloan Merkley is also proud of the opportunities the organization has to get involved. Whether it’s through community service, conferences, or meet-and-greets, Amy Sloan Merkley loves the opportunity to interact with other Project Management Professionals. The Project Management Institute has many chapters and events that members can join and participate in. Though Amy Sloan Merkley is busy with her blossoming career, she’s thrilled that the opportunities for leadership, business collaboration, and networking through PMI are consistently there. “Opportunities through PMI allow you to maintain a healthy work and life balance,” says Amy Sloan Merkley. “Your career is more than just about professional growth. It’s about personal development as well.” If one thing is certain about Amy Sloan Merkley and her career moving forward, it is that she will continue to keep things “personal.” By engaging personally with her customers, Amy Sloan Merkley is able to truly learn about their goals and needs.
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