Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute appoints new President

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Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute appoints new President – Pictured is newly appointed President of the Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute, Pat Lucey (r) with out-going President, Niall Murphy (l) at the association’s Annual General Meeting.

Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute appoints new President

The Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute (PMI) has appointed Limerick native Pat Lucey as President at the association’s Annual General Meeting.

The Cork-based businessman succeeds out-going Ireland Chapter of PMI President, Niall Murphy, in the two-year voluntary role.

PMI also has a strong member base in Limerick with employees from DellEMC, Analog, Intel, Stryker and Vistakon all active in the Ireland chapter.

Pat has been on the Board of the Chapter since 2011, with responsibility for membership and sponsorship. CEO of consulting and enterprise IT services company, Aspira, Pat has more than 20 years’ experience in managing large-scale enterprise projects.

He has also provided project management consultancy internationally to Fortune 500 companies and public bodies. Pat is an advocate for the Limerick to Cork motorway and is convinced this region could become a tech hotbed if the right infrastructure is in place.

Speaking about his new role, Pat said: “I am honoured to be elected President of the Ireland Chapter of PMI. Thank you to Niall for his commitment and dedication to the Chapter over recent years. He has built a strong foundation that has seen our membership grow by 26% in the past 12 months. I now hope to build upon his legacy.

 “We are also lucky to have a group of committed volunteers, without whom the Chapter would simply not exist. I look forward to working with them, and our new Board, to further strengthen project management within Ireland.

“There is no doubt that the role of project management will inevitably become more valuable in the coming years, ensuring the effective management and delivery of new projects coming into Ireland as a result of Brexit. The Chapter knows the importance of supporting these professionals in the times ahead. We are always focused on development opportunities and industry insight.”

New Principal Officers also appointed at the AGM include Jackie Glynn as Vice President and Clive Carroll as Membership Officer.

There are currently over 50,000 employed in project management across Ireland, in sectors such as IT, public sector, construction, pharmaceuticals, professional services, financial services and manufacturing.

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