Experienced and qualified client focused professional delivering project recovery, service excellence and business change in IT and hi-tech industries. A proven track record of achieving outcomes in the private and public sector with high levels of customer satisfaction. David has over 20 years’ experience in IT and hi-tech services, holds a Bachelors in Business and Commerce (Monash University), PMP and Six Sigma Green Belt (General Electric). He has held management and executive leadership roles with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Australian subsidiaries of Fortune 100 companies including; 3M, General Electric, Compaq and Hewlett Packard. David was employed by these firms specifically to turnaround dysfunctional businesses / projects or grow service businesses in difficult times. David is a past President of PMI Sydney, Director [2008-2010] and current Building Better Futures Associate Director [WIPM]. In 2009, the PMI Sydney board asked David to provide stability as President and lead the board through recovery and the significant issues following resignation of half the board. He owns his own consulting firm, specialising in project recovery and change acceleration (IT and business). David has worked in portfolio, program and project management, business and organisational change management, business and process optimisation, business development, IT & hi-technology services, service marketing, training and facilitation. David also presents at conferences and seminars on project leadership and recovery. Election Statement Vision without action is meaningless. Action without vision is wasted. Commitment to engage the chapter in a vision and execute on action to make that happen are key ingredients for a PMI Board Director. The Chapter has stabilised in the past few years, however we are missing opportunities to accelerate growth and engagement to capitalise on our profession. Membership is flat or declining and relationships with aligned professional bodies remain in their infancy – some lost. I believe a project management profession is capable of more. We should be able to double our size in 5 years. Growth is good and brings new opportunities for development, networking and career prospects. Effective engagement across all sectors is needed to deliver growth, along with a resource rich and useful support tools for the modern practitioner. Taking up the recent challenge to re-invigorate Women In Project Management gives me great hope for the future. I hope to have your trust to make a difference for PMI Sydney, just as others in PMI and my professional work trust me to make a difference for them.