Fri, Jul 14, 2017
- To convey the value of the PM discipline and the partnerships critical to the success of its implementation
- To reveal the PM infrastructure and instill confidence in your capabilities to adopt and consistently use the model
- To share best practices and best outcomes achieved when the methodology is fully utilized
Bonnie Ortiz is a recognized expert at managing projects, assessing organizational processes and developing leaders. Since 2009, Bonnie has helped The Partnership Federal Credit Union bring value to its community by focusing on her passion for people, processes and projects with the goal of making a difference. During her tenure at the Credit Union, she has provided value through partnership for members by developing products and services such as the Value in Partnership (VIP) member engagement program, and eValuator, a member-facing cost-comparison tool to help members save on their loans.
Bonnie was honored with the 2015 Credit Union Times IT Executive of the Year Trailblazer Award and the 2014 Credit Union Magazine Rock Star Award for her innovative approach to business technology. In 2015, The Partnership FCU received the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Lending Council Excellence in Lending Award for the lending evolution project and the CUNA Louise Herring Philosophy-in-Action Member Service Award for the VIP Program.
Bonnie is a University of Pittsburgh graduate and completed both the Federal and Commercial Project Management programs at George Washington University. In her spare time, you can find Bonnie applying her passions for people, processes and projects in ways that make a difference. Bonnie currently serves as Co-Chair to the Global Women’s Leadership Network DC Sister Society, is the Commodore of the Herring Bay Yacht Club and gives her time and expertise to cultivating the next generation of leaders.