The PMI Eastern Idaho Chapter is exited to welcome Amy Lientz in her discussion about Partnering with the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) on Wednesday Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Amy is an executive with INL, responsible for technology deployment, university and industry partnerships, workforce and economic development, regional affairs, communications, governmental affairs and policy. She leads teams in Idaho Falls, Washington DC, and Boise.
Lientz has helped lead INL’s transformation to a multipurpose laboratory helping to grow energy research and national security interests by providing leadership in public policy; promoting and building upon INL STEM interests; leading public affairs and emergency communications; assisting in lab strategy; hosting visitors around the globe; standing up a new event center; growing partnerships with industrial clients; and securing and nurturing relations with elected officials.
Her successful track record of managing difficult and “never-been done-before projects” and attracting new multimillion dollar business interests, have led to long term, trusted relationships state-wide, nationally, locally, and with partners in education, community, and industry.
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The PMI East Idaho Chapter, founded in 1987, is home to one of the finest professional organizations in eastern Idaho. It delivers value to a full range of project professionals from established project managers to those just beginning their journey into the project management discipline. Our chapter’s core mission is to ensure project management is indispensable to successful business results. We achieve this through education, resources, tools, communication and the promotion of project management standards and principles across all industries in Eastern Idaho and Western Wyoming.
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