IIBA Chicago–Discussion on Professional Development for Business Analysts


I was invited to the IIBA Chicago chapter monthly dinner meeting to participate in a panel discussion that we hope will open up into a Q&A session from the audience.

The purpose of the discussion is to show how people like me who have entered the profession of business analysis or project management have used chapter resources to help is with our professional development.

Maria Astidillo was also invited. She and I are not business analysts but project managers who just happen to be Directors at the PMI Chicagoland chapter, but we are not going in our official capacity (she is Director of Association Outreach and I am Director of Certification), but as professionals who have used volunteering for the chapter, among other things, as a way of accelerating our career path.

The idea for the discussion panel came from David DeWitt, the current President of IIBA Chicago chapter, and we have been planning this event for some months now.

Before I headed up to the event, I wanted to pen this post as an introduction to the discussion, which I will record in this post upon my return.

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