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JOHN C RISWELL ,PMP San Diego, California email@example.com · 619.981.1334 SUMMARY Program project manager specialist ensuring projects start with a common understanding of objectives, scope of work and requirements. Integrated communications, so projects stay on track; team dynamics are productive; stakeholders are engaged; and projects are effectively adapted to changes and risks. Principles- based leader helping organizations define their goals and choose and stay on the correct paths to them in a changing market. Builder of systems and processes that empower staff to achieve continual improvement. EXPERTISE & CORE COMPETENCIES Project, program & portfolio management Cross functional team leadership Financial and budget management Performance analysis, monitor & control Supervisory management Training; process & systems development Meeting facilitation, MS PowerPoint MS Project, MS Visio, MS Excel EXPERIENCE & ACCOMPLISHMENTS Resource Team Consultant 3/2012 - Present Serendipity Design, San Diego part-time Provides project management training, coaching and tools. Helps clients create and implement systems to execute strategy Handles operations for establishing Serendipity Design's west coast presence Executive Director 7/2009 – 1/2012 San Diego Hunger Coalition, San Diego left to pursue for-profit career Chief executive reporting to Board of Directors. Responsible for entire organization. 5.2 full-time staff Installed financial, operations and contract systems reducing rework, meeting requirements Customer/account relationship development to position organization to market and customer needs Managed staff in project portfolio selection and management Turned a $90,000 deficit to a $150,000 surplus. Regional initiative increased economy by $12,000,000/year Municipal Project Manager 6/2007 – 7/2009 Peace Corps, Suchitoto, El Salvador left to purse SDHC job Representative of US culture. Responsible for operational, project and program management consulting Led projects and project management training improving operational efficiency of municipal tourism office and increasing business for local tourism operators Baseline metrics not possible given third/developing-world circumstances Campaign Program Director 1/2004 – 6/2007 Community Shares, Cincinnati, Ohio left to pursue Peace Corps Responsible for creating systems and annually assembling and managing multiple teams for large-scale projects Installed project, program, quality, communication and risk management tools and templates Developed account/customer relationships Provided project management trainings 80% increase in revenue Workplace Coordinator 3/1999 – 12/2003 Community Shares, Cincinnati, Ohio promoted Director of and responsible for business development Assembled and managed a business development program 78% increase in customers Criswell · 2 PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES Director, PMP Exam Preparation Course Program 10/2012 - Present Member, Professional Development Committee Project Management Institute—San Diego Chapter Member, Professional Development Committee 1/2012 – Present Young Non-Profit Professional Network—San Diego Secretary, Board of Directors 1/2012 – Present Federal Emergency Food & Shelter Program--San Diego Youth Health Religious Education 2002-2003 Member, Strategic Planning Committee 2001-2004 First Unitarian Church · Cincinnati, Ohio LANGUAGE Bilingual: Spanish and English EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts · International Affairs 6/1994 University of Cincinnati · Cincinnati, Ohio CERTIFICATIONS Project Management Professional Certification (PMP) 6/2006 – Present Project Management Institute · Newtown Square, Pennsylvania N ON-PROFIT M ANAGEMENT C ERTIFICATION 5/2012 Non-Profit Management Solutions & Brandman University ·San Diego DETAILED CORE COMPETENCIES Use of project and program management processes and tools such as: 1) charters and stakeholder analysis; 2) scope development; 3) monitoring of schedules, budgets and risks; and 4) change management to address variances or changes Performance analysis with project and program financials Integration of customer information into programs via smart team management and meeting facilitation Creation and delivery of thorough project and program management training series and related tools
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