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About this session:
As CBAP #002 Shirley Sartin sat with the first group in the CBAP exam 10 years ago. Since becoming CBAP certified she has continued growing professionally while over 6,000 other CBAPs successfully passed the exam and were added to the registry. Recently Shirley agreed to provide a retrospective of CBAPs at a local IIBA chapter. The retrospective includes a look into the past, outcomes of certification realized by the CBAPs during the last ten years and the perceived need and reward of retaining and/or becoming a CBAP for the future.
About Shirley Sartin:
Shirley J. Sartin (CBAP PBA BSAC CBAP PMP CSM) has over 30 years career experience in roles encompassing project management, systems analysis, business analysis/product owner, programming analysis, systems administration, operations administration, technical training, and university education. Industry experience includes broadband cable, telecommunications, aerospace engineering, engineering product development, software, transportation, maritime, health, credit card, government legal, supply chain management, insurance, licensing, energy, data center infrastructure management and derivatives exchange. Shirley currently engages business and technical customers for the purpose of integrating RMLC with PMLC/SDLC and building RCoEs while maintaining a focus on empathizing, appreciating, and championing the needs of the end-user.
When: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. (see agenda below)
Cost: Free for IIBA DC members, $5.00 for non-members.
Sponsor: Thanks to the World Bank for providing the meeting space.
6:00 - 6:45 Registration, light meal and networking
6:45 - 7:45 Guest speaker
7:45 - 8:00 Q&A and wrap-up
Can't make it this month?
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