Project Manager of the Year Award 2019

We are happy to announce the winner of the Project Manager Of The Year Award 2019

The Project Manager of the Year Award recognises a project manager’s significant achievement or sustained performance, in the project management of a project or multiple projects where PMBOK® principles have been applied and demonstrated in the previous year.

Project Manager of the Year award 2019 conferenceCongratulations to the winner, Raewyn Cummings! She is a project manager at Te Papa who deservedly scooped the coveted Falcon Training Project Manager of the Year Award for 2019.

Project Manager of the Year Award 2019She is pictured here with Kosam Nyamdela (President of PMI NZ Chapter) and Mike Roberts (Director and Principle Trainer at Millpond).

This years award is recognition of Raewyn’s significant achievement working as the Project Manager for Te Papa’s new 1400 square meter Te Taiao Nature zone. This complex $12 million capital project is the museum’s largest and most ambitious exhibition renewal so far.

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