Bonnie Biafore, MS

Bonnie is the author of more than 25 award-winning books including Project 2013: The Missing Manual, Successful Project Management (award-winner at the 2012 STC International Competition), QuickBooks 2013: The Missing Manual (now Intuit’s Official Guide to QuickBooks), and Your Project Management Coach. She also authored a novel, Fresh Squeezed, a comedic thriller with hit men and stupid criminals. Bonnie holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from MIT, a Master of Science in Structural Engineering from Columbia, and a certificate in Project Management from Denver University.ServicesCorporate Training

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Shawn Button

Shawn was bit by the software bug in his early teens; he wrote programs longhand on paper before he had access to a computer to actually run them. Since then he has racked up over two decades of software development experience, in environments ranging from small startups to huge enterprises. Shawn is an Agile coach and believes that any team can do great things, given the right leadership, mentorship, support, and a system in which they can shine. His passion is helping teams find their full potential, while helping to transform the system they are working in. Shawn holds a degree in anthropology from the University of Toledo. Services: Project Management Maturity, Change Management, Staff Augmentation, Corporate Training

Pete Evangelista, PMP

Pete Evangelista is an expert Project, Program, and Portfolio Manager. He has been managing high impact and high visibility projects for the last twenty-six years. Additionally, Pete provides leadership in Project/Program/Portfolio Management process improvement, software and toolsets, training, education, and mentoring. His training topics range from PM structure to communications to computer tool training (MS-Project). In addition to leading local consulting organizations, he has been a Managing Director at one of the “Big 5” consulting firms. Pete has been a college adjunct faculty member, teaching Project Management at the graduate (MBA) and undergraduate levels. Pete’s students have commented that his style, practical examples, and exercises bring course concepts to life in a way that really sinks in and can be applied immediately after leaving the classroom. Pete runs engaging courses that rely on his understanding of both the structural and human sides of running projects and business operations. Services: Project Management Maturity, Corporate Training

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William Glasgow, MBA

Bill has managed and consulted to businesses for growth and profits. He has worked in senior roles with a number of major companies, including, Parker Hannifin, Swagelok, Advanced Ceramics Corporation, and Union Carbide. His experience includes general management, operations management, strategic planning and project management. He has created and implemented plans that delivered measurable results and increased company value. Bill has a BS in Civil Engineering from Tri-State University, an Executive MBA from Tuck School of business at Dartmouth College, and a Marketing Management certificate from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Services: Change Management, Staff Augmentation


Steven Hayward, PhD

An internationally acclaimed and bestselling novelist, Steve has published scholarly essays on Shakespeare, film, gangster movies and Canadian literature. A contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Cleveland’s Plain Dealer, Canada's Globe and Mail and the Literary Review of Canada, he's also the host and executive producer of the NPR radio program Off Topic. Steve has been training, coaching, and consulting with project managers for upwards of ten years. He has lectured across the country on topics ranging from leadership skills to communication to international project management. He is the author of three books, the most recent of which is the bestselling novel, Don’t Be Afraid. Steve has a PhD in English from York University. Services: Corporate Training

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Lee R. Lambert

Lee R. Lambert has logged 48+ years of project management experience and is considered one of the world’s thought leaders on project management methods and how they can be utilized to create and sustain value added Leadership and Collaboration capabilities. He is one of the Founders of the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Profession (PMP) credential. His book, Project Management-The Common Sense Approach, is a best seller in the field. As a platform trainer, Mr. Lambert has provided learning opportunities to more than 50,000 professionals in 23 countries. He is regularly called upon to provide Keynote presentations on Leadership, Communications and other Project Management topics. Lee was named a PMI Fellow in 2009. Services: Project Management Maturity, Change Management, Corporate Training


David Offenkrantz, PMP, MBA

David Offenkrantz, is Past-President of the Washington, DC chapter of PMI. During David’s tenure as Chair/President, the chapter (already the largest in the world) passed the 10,000 member milestone. He has spoken domestically and internationally on project management, leadership, and communication best practices. David’s consulting experience spans both the commercial and government sectors for several Fortune 500 companies and US government contractors providing Human Resources, IT/Telecommunications, and Financial Services solutions. David holds a BA in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MBA from Marymount University, and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from ESI/George Washington University. Services: Project Management Maturity, Change Management, Corporate Training

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James Ralph

James brings decades of experience applying gamification, animations, interactive displays and various other forms of creative electronic media to major project management and change. He has worked with global brands such as Bombardier, Dell, and Microsoft. James holds a BA in history and archaeology from the University of Bristol Services: Project Management Maturity, Change Management, Staff Augmentation, Corporate Training

Elizabeth Roeder

Elizabeth has experience managing projects professionally and as a volunteer for her church and children’s schools. Her professional experience includes 10 years with Arthur Andersen and Towers Perrin where she served as a highly skilled technology manager. She has comprehensive experience delivering projects on time and within budget while fully meeting client service levels. Excelling at organizational and people management skills, she operates effectively in a fast-paced, change and client driven environment. Elizabeth led successful Y2K regional office rollovers and directed 1997 office rollouts of Windows 95/Office 97 entailing transition of more than 400 machines over two weekends. More recently she runs social media programming at Roeder Consulting. Her volunteer work includes years of school and church leadership managing activities of numerous people across a broad range of activities. Coordinating the hiring process of a new Youth Minister and managing solicitation piece of an 800+ person silent auction are two recent responsibilities.


Tres Roeder, PMP, PMI-ACP, MBA

Tres founded Roeder Consulting in 2001. A former consulting with Booz Allen Hamilton, Tres has worked with more than forty organizations including eight Fortune 500 companies and three FTSE 100 firms. Industry experience includes serving as Director of Business Process Improvement at American Greetings with prior positions at RR Donnelly and Toyota Motor Sales USA. He is the author of two Amazon best-selling books A Sixth Sense for Project Management and Managing Project Stakeholders. Tres holds a BA in economics from the University of Illinois, and an MBA from Northwestern University. He is PMP certified and a member of the Project Management Institute and the National Speakers Association. Services: Project Management Maturity, Change Management, Staff Augmentation, Corporate Training


Christine Zust, MA

Christine has more than 30 years of experience in strategic communication, positioning, planning and leadership. She works with executives, emerging leaders and management teams to develop credibility and clout with key clients, customers and constituents. She has held management and leadership positions in the public and private sectors and is a member of numerous training organizations. She was previously the Director of Communications for the Greater Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau. She is the author of the communications guideEverything I Do Positions Me Christine holds a BA in public relations from Kent State, an MA in interpersonal communication from Bowling Green, and The Appreciative Inquiry Certificate in Positive Business and Social Change from Case Western Reserve. Services: Change Management, Staff Augmentation, Corporate Training