PMI-CTT Board of Directors Call for Nominations


The PMI-CTT Chapter is governed by elected Directors. The term of office for each director role is two years and this year there are four (4) director positions coming open.

The annual nomination/election process is part of the chapter’s succession planning, and is mandated by our bylaws. Key leadership roles get filled, fairly and responsibly, to allow for healthy turnover, the garnishment of new ideas and for the continuance of the Chapter’s momentum.


Directors are asked to make the following commitments:

  • A 2-year term (September 1, 2024 – August 31, 2026)
  • May be responsible for one Board portfolio per appointment by the Board and may manage a team of volunteers
  • Attend monthly Leadership Team meetings and Chapter Board of Directors meetings, typically on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month respectively (2 per month)
  • Assist the board with the governance of the chapter and take on any special projects as required
  • Schedule and facilitate regular portfolio team meetings as required
  • Attend  PMI-CTT events whenever possible


This is a volunteer position with an approximate time commitment of 20-30 hours per month.

Note: The President-Elect is elected every two years and holds that position for one year, after which they assume the role of the President. The President's role is a two-year term, after that, the individual serves as the Past President for an additional year. The Past President is not considered a board member and does not have voting rights. However, the Past President is a member of CTT’s operational leadership team.



All Board members may have the opportunity to attend the PMI Leadership Meetings: in the spring the Region 3 Summit, or in the fall the North American Leadership Institute meeting. With travel, expect each of these meetings to take up three to five calendar days. Travel and accommodation expenses for these meetings are covered by the Chapter.

In addition to supporting and contributing to the Chapter, the opportunity as a Board of Directors of the PMI-CTT Chapter allows the successful candidates to earn PDUs, expand their professional network and try something different that could benefit their career.



To be a candidate for election as a Director, you must be a PMI-CTT Chapter Member in good standing.

Experience gained from participation as a volunteer in a not-for-profit environment in a leadership role is preferred, and involvement with the PMI-CTT Chapter activities for a minimum of one year is recommended.

The PMI-CTT board may, at its discretion, determine additional qualifications for the Directors consistent with the chapter's Bylaws and the 2022's Election Procedure.


Nominations Process

If you wish to nominate yourself or someone else, please fill out this online Nomination Form.

Nominations will close at PMI-Canada’s Technology Triangle Chapter Office at 5:00 PM on Saturday, April 6, 2024. 

Nomination Timeline:

April 6, 2024 - Call for Nominations closes

Week of April 13 - Status updates provided and interviews scheduled

Week of April 20 - Conduct interviews virtually

Week of May 4 - Electronic ballot period 

At the AGM (June 20 - TBD) - announcement of new board members

For further information, please contact any member of the Nominating Committee via