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  • Kentucky Bill Affects Chapter Event Registration

    Hello, Starting July 1, 2018, the Kentucky Revenue Cabinet has enacted a Tax Reform bill that will affect the amount the chapter charges to your event fees. As your chapter president I am committed to transparency in our chapter financial interactions and wanted to make sure that all chapter members have full visibility to why there is a difference in registration before and after the July 1 date. We will be charging a 6% tax on all events, monthly meetings, Holiday Party, Professional Development Days, the upcoming Fall Symposium (October), and all other events and opportunities that require admission. Our summer events including the July ballgame and August Chapter Meeting have already been changed to reflect this update from our legistature. There are efforts to try and adjust this by the Representatives when the legislature re-convenes in January 2019. Most Kentucky businesses, including the media outlets, did not anticipate the effects to non-profit groups like our chapter in...

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  • Are you missing PMI or KIPMI emails?

    Both PMI and KIPMI use the primary email address on your PMI member profile on www.pmi.org for member communications.  You could be missing invitations to monthly chapter meetings, announcements about local PMP certification training, upcoming events and activities to earn PDU’s, and opportunities to network with fellow chapter members and business leaders. It's simple!  Here are 5 easy steps to update your primary email address on www.pmi.org: Log into your www.pmi.org account Select “My Profile” Select “Profile” Under the heading "EMAIL ADDRESSES" enter your current email address in the text box and make sure it's marked as "Primary Email". Click Save”. That’s it!

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September 18 Chapter Lunch | Coal to Solar Energy Transformation Case Study

September 18 Chapter Lunch | Coal to Solar Energy Transformation Case Study

About the Presentation

In today's presentation Adam will talk about a topic that is close to home with Kentuckiana residents as well as project managers. This project leader was positioned to transform a local strip coal mine into a solar energy farm. How did he make this project a success while balancing sensitive factors like ethical treatment of the local workforce, change management of stakeholders moving from one industry to another, project deliverables and budget, and how do you measure success in a transformation project like this? Come find out in September while networking and sharing lunch with us at Big Springs Country Club.

Talent Triangle Alignment is: Technical

More About Our Presenter

Adam Edelen, former State Auditor of Public Accounts for the state of Kentucky and prior business consultant, has been recognized in Government Technology magazine as part of the 2014 Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers, an award bestowed on innovators in the public sector across the country.

Adam Edelen

Event Properties

Event Date 09-18-2018 11:30 am
Event End Date 09-18-2018 1:00 pm
Registration Start Date 08-16-2018 2:00 pm
Capacity 90
Registered 51
Available place 39
Cut off date 09-17-2018 1:00 pm
Individual Price $27.00
Big Spring Country Club
5901 Dutchmans Ln
Big Spring Country Club
27.00 $ 39
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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