Ghia has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and nine years' experience across major Oil and Gas and Technology projects. Ghia is best known for planning, communications, conflict resolution, logical approach and the ability to assess potential risks, together with organisational and management skills.
Ghia is also committed to continuously improving and developing her skills by finding new learning opportunities, and holds both PMI - ACP and CAPM credentials.
Since joining PMI and the Queensland chapter in 2016, Ghia has taken numerous volunteering positions within PMIQ and the Scale Toastmasters club.
In her free time, Ghia loves spending time with her young family and friends, dancing, borrowing and reading books from the Library.
Ghia's primary reason to serve on Board of Directors is to make a difference in Queensland's Project Management community and bring fresh perspective by representing younger generations of project professionals.
Ghia is very keen to give back to this community as PMIQ helped her to build her career in project management. As Secretary, Ghia is responsible for PMIQ’s procedures, mission and values and will be available to support all our members and work for greater good especially in these challenging times.
About the Secretary Role
Secretary is an elected Board role that represents our members, and ensures strong procedural and regulatory governance of our organisation. Ultimately this role is a custodian of our chapter correspondence, procedures, values and works across all our activities to ensure we stay on Mission, contribute to our strategic Pillars, and create a vibrant and wonderful community for all PMIQ Members. Like most of our board roles the Secretary plays many roles in the chapter - managing our correspondence, keeping us within our charter and constitution, keeping records and minutes, coordinating the order of business within our monthly board meetings, representing PMIQ in the community, being involved in steering committees for major PMIQ Initiatives, supporting our volunteer leaders, and always being available to all members to assist any concerns or opportunities. In common with all our board roles, elections are run strictly controlled by PMI, with all board members serving 2 year terms with a maximum of 4 consecutive terms allowed on the board.