Welcome to the Chapter
The California Central Valley Chapter was chartered in December 2010 and is part of PMI Region 7, an area that covers Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and New Mexico. We are the 18th PMI Chapter chartered in Region 7. We cover the geographic area denoted by the following zip code prefixes: 932, 933, 936, 937, and 961.
The primary focus of the California Central Valley Chapter is to advance the capability of its members to practice their profession of project management for the benefit of other project managers, themselves, and for whom they do project management work while building professional relationships in a fun and learning environment. Our vision embraces, values, applies, and attributes its success to professional project management leadership and practices.


The Chapter's mission is to promote project management as a profession to the community by:

  • Providing a forum for exchanging project management knowledge & expertise
  • Creating networking opportunities
  • Supporting professional development
  • Advocating PM excellence
  • Recognizing PM success in achieving results
  • Supporting current and new PM forums


Chapter Events

There are no upcoming events.
Febuary 9th, 2016 Academic Forum Meeting

Generational Differences as They Translate In to the Workplace

With Melany Felton, MA- Human Service Consultant

Melany Felton

Melany Felton has a Bachelor's Degree is in Psychology with minors in Sociology and Spanish, and her Master's Degree is in Organizational Management. She has been with the University of Phoenix for over 6 years. She first served as a Facilitator for the School of Business and for the past three years she has served as a Lead Faculty/Area Chair in the School of Business.

Meeting Agenda:
5:30 – 6:00 pm Check in, Networking, Refreshments
6:00 – 7:00 pm Welcome, Presentation
7:00 – 7:30 pm Q&A, Additional Networking
February 9th, 2015
4:00 -5:30 P.M.
Attend FREE with Pre-Registration
$5 at the door without pre-registration
Register at www.pmi-ccvc.org click on Forums/Academic Forum
Questions? Contact: af_chair@pmi-ccvc.org

Host Campus:
University of Phoenix
45 E. River Park Pl., Suite 201, Fresno, CA
Fresno, CA 93720
(The meeting will be held in Room 204 on the second floor. Parking is free.)


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Bakersfield Events

Feb 17, 2016
Time: 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Location: Hodel’s Country Dining

“Kern County Feeding the World"
with Guest Speaker Beatris Sanders

Beatris SandersTopic Description -Kern County is the second highest agricultural producing county in the United Sates, producing more than 300 different crops every year that feed our nation and the world. Included in the presentation is a brief history of Kern County and California’s original water system, funded by farmers. With an in depth look at Kern County’s top producing crops, valued-added agriculture and the on-going relationship with the California drought 

Bio - Beatris Espericueta Sanders, raised in the farming community in Shafter, graduated with a degree from Northern Arizona University in Psychology and Spanish. She spent two years in Bakersfield, representing the constituents in the 31st Assembly district under Assemblywoman Nicole Parra before moving to New York. Espericueta Sanders spent five years working for the global consulting firm, McKinsey & Company in New York City. Currently, Mrs. Sanders advocates for the farming community in Kern County as the Executive Director of the Kern County Farm Bureau.

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Meeting Agenda:
February 17th, 2016
6:00 – 6:30 pm Networking, Dinner, Check-in
6:30 – 6:45 pm Technical session
6:45 – 7:45 pm Speaker Presentation
7:30 – 8:00 pm Announcements & Chapter Business
(includes dinner): $20 advanced registration
with pre-payment (48 hrs or more prior to event)
Please RSVP by 9:00 pm on Feb 16th. $25 at the door
Qualified attendees will receive 1 PDU for attending this meeting
Hodel's Country Dining



The Board of Directors and all of the members of the PMI-CCVC wish to thank each of the Chapter sponsors for their continued support of the organization and their recognition of the importance of project management in the Country.

To find out more about how your organization can become a chapter sponsor, and learn how you can benefit from sponsorship, please contact our VP of Marketing.