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Fort Worth Chapter of the Project Management Institute

Fort Worth PMI (FWPMI) is an award winning component of PMI®.  It was  chartered in 1992 and for over 20 years has been meeting the needs of project management practitioners in the western aspects of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.  The chapter now has over 1,300 members from a diverse range of local companies and industries.

  

Many events are offered by the chapter each month, including workshops, lunch and dinner meetings, a book club which is a small discussion group format and a dedicated Toastmasters club - which collectively provide an array of Professional Development and Networking opportunities.   Members and guests are all welcome at chapter events.  To learn more about chapter events, click here.

 

Mission (Our Purpose)

The Fort Worth Chapter of PMI uses a friendly and individualized approach to promote the growth of the project management profession and best practices through high-quality educational events and networking opportunities in the communities we serve.

Vision (Our Future)

The Fort Worth Chapter of PMI will be recognized as a vital and innovative leader in project management practices and a respected community contributor by promoting awareness, effectiveness and value to local practitioners and organizations.

Value Proposition

The Fort Worth Chapter of the Project Management Institute provides opportunities to improve skills, interact with professional peers, and give back through outreach opportunities at a local/personal level that empower and enable project management professionals and potential project managers throughout our DFW community.

Chapter Brochure

 

 

Mailing Address:

Fort Worth Chapter of the Project Management Institute (FWPMI)

PO Box 155335

Fort Worth, TX 76155

 
 

Chapter Leadership Team

Board of Directors

Organization Structure

 

 

Chapter Governance

Annual Meeting Presentation (July 2021)

Annual Meeting Presentation (July 2020)

Annual Meeting Presentation (July 2019)

Annual Meeting Presentation (July 2018)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2017)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2016)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2015)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2014)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2013)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2012)

Annual Meeting Presentation (Jun 2011)

Chapter Bylaws (approved 06Feb2015)

Officer Roles & Responsibilities (April 2014)

 

Chapter Policies

These are specific Fort Worth Chapter PMI policies related to Chapter event management:

*  Cancellation Policy

*  Photo Release Policy

*  Advertising & Sponsorship Policy

*  Member Benefit Policy

*  Workshop Completion Requirements policy

If you would like to know about other Chapter policies, please contact the VP of Operations.

 

Awards & Achievements

2015

PMI Chapter Volunteer of the Year (Brad Worley)

 

 

2014

PMI Award for Volunteer Programs

 

 

2013

PMI Chapter Leader of the Year (John Bartkus)







 

 

PMI Award for Leadership, Planning and Operations

 

 

   2012

PMI Chapter of the Year (category III)

 

PMI Award for Volunteer Programs

 

PMI Award for Leadership, Planning and Operations

 

Chapter milestone (20 year anniversary)

 

 

   2011 

PMI Chapter of the Year (category III)

 

Toastmasters Outstanding Officers

    (3) awards for Public Relations, Education and Membership

 

 

   2010 

PMI Recognition of Excellence for Component of the year

 

 

   2002 

Chapter milestone (10 year anniversary)

 

 

 

   1992 

Chapter Incorporation

   



The Fort Worth Chapter is a globally recognized, award winning chapter among the 270 PMI chapters worldwide.

We are honored to be recognized for outstanding programs, services and operations by our peers.

 

PMI Community Awards Program

Every year at the PMI North American Congress, PMI announces the winners of their Community Awards Program.  All chapters worldwide (more than 270 of them) compete for these awards.  The purpose of these awards is to recognize and honor PMI chapters for their programs, products and services provided to its membership, the project management profession and the wider communities which they serve.  Chapters that make the greatest contributions to PMI's envisioned goal that "Worldwide, organizations will embrace, value and utilize project management and attribute their success to it" may be recognized as the Chapter of the Year.

There are four categories of awards based on chapter membership count.  The Fort Worth chapter is in category III (1001-2000 members).  Starting in 2014, PMI revised the award program to include performance based criteria.  Chapters are scored on data collected from membership surveys, Charter renewal and membership growth and retention statistics.  This data is collected by PMI for each chapter annually and used in the determination for Chapter awards which include:

* Chapter of the Year

* Volunteer Program

* Member Services

* Collaboration & Outreach

In addition, PMI recognizes and honors PMI chapter volunteers and leaders whose commitment and leadership was instrumental in their chapter's ability to plan and deliver programs, projects and services.  They include:

* Chapter Volunteer of the Year

* Chapter Leader of the Year