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The rapidly advancing world of connected and autonomous vehicles is causing a major shift in how we look at transportation. How do we prepare for this new era? Some call it the most disruptive technology since the industrial revolution. It will have the potential to change the way society, including the full range of goods and services move from place to place. It will affect how we commute, where we might live and how we do our jobs. Many businesses will have a major shift in how they operate. Government will need to be proactive and guide this transition. Who better to help manage a change of this magnitude than to bring the skills of project managers to all the various aspects of change? Without processes, procedures, and a methodized approach, do we become reactionary and create an inability to adapt and put businesses in jeopardy of failing or at least unable to deliver? Government has many roles in this new era and most importantly they must be able to step up and deliver on its role of governing, providing laws and guidelines to ensure public safety and equal access to opportunities. We are entering an exciting time in our history and the skills you possess can help make this transition successful.
Kim McKinney serves as the Chief Information Officer for the New York State Thruway Authority. Prior to this appointment, she served as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for two years and has played an integral role transforming the Authority through the use of technology. From 2014 to 2016, Ms. McKinney was appointed to the role of CIO for Transportation and Economic Development for NYS Information Technology Services. In this role, she was responsible for setting strategic direction, technology vision and IT services that supported the business missions of the Department of Transportation, Department of Homes and Community Renewal, Department of Economic Development and Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery. Prior to her role as the Cluster CIO, she was appointed the Chief Operations Officer (COO) for the newly formed NYS ITS. Prior to joining the state, Kim served as Chief Information Officer and Commissioner of Information Technology for Orange County, NY and Chief Information Officer for Broome County, NY.
In 2007, Kim was honored with the first ever New York State Public Sector CIO of the Year award. In addition, Kim is an active participant and contributor to the state’s IT community. She is an adjunct professor at SUNY Albany. She serves as an executive board member for the New York State Forum. She also is a board member of Intelligent Transportation Society – New York. She earned her MBA from Binghamton University and her undergraduate from Pennsylvania State University.
Dinner includes Tossed Salad, Rolls, Coffee and Dessert (lemon care) and Choice of Entree
Please join us on March 20, 2019 at The Desmond, 660 Albany Shaker Road, Albany, NY 12211
Attitude adjustment will begin at 5:30pm with dinner at 6:00pm, followed by the program starting promptly at 7:00pm and adjourning by 8:00pm.
Pricing for 2018-2019. To ensure an accurate number of dinners, we have created an early bird discount for those paying in advance. $30.00 for Early Bird, PMI UNY Chapter members; $40.00 for Early Bird, nonmembers; and $20 for Early Bird students. To receive the early bird discount, please pay in advance. Those who do not register by noon on the Monday for the dinner and choose to pay at the door will not get the early bird discount and will be charged the $10 late fee - $50 for members, $60 for nonmembers, and $40 for students.
The early bird deadline for online registration is 12:00 noon on Monday before the dinner (cancellations after 12:00 noon on Monday will be charged the full meeting registration fee). Please note that registrations after the early bird deadline of 12:00 noon on Monday will be charged the full price as indicated above. Walk-ins on the day of the event are on a first come, first served basis with limited availability and will be charged the full price plus a $10 late fee.
For details please contact:
Christopher La Rocca, PMP - Program Director for Chapter Meetings
|Event Date||03-20-2019 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||03-20-2019 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||02-20-2019 12:00 pm|
|Cut off date||03-20-2019 12:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Discount for PMIUNY Member|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||1|