Mark is committed to ensuring project management professionals have access to a progressive professional body that provides a comprehensive suite of resources and forums to meet their professional needs.
His areas of interest include strategy development, board governance, sustainable leadership, networking, and strengthening PMIQ through academic and business involvement.
Mark is an executive leader with a career encompassing project management, management systems and business processes, and consulting in the infrastructure, construction, mining, coal seam gas and petroleum, and manufacturing sectors. He has supported the construction phase of numerous iconic Australian infrastructure projects through oversight, innovation and management of systems development and operation.
He has fifteen years of Board experience including the role of Chairman. Originally from a Civil Engineering technology background, Mark has qualifications including Master of Business Administration, Master of Project Management, Master of Information Systems, Bachelor of Information Technology and Associate Diploma for Civil Engineering. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
In free time you'll find Mark, cycling, swimming, skiing or travelling. He enjoys networking so please reach out to meet for a coffee or to chat.
LinkedIn: Mark Raymond
About the Vice-President Role
PMIQ's Volunteer Vice-President is an elected role that represents our members, and assisting in the leading of our board. Ultimately this role is just a custodian of our chapter values, assets, 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 Vice-President plays many roles in the chapter - contributing to our monthly board meetings, representing PMIQ in the community, chairing steering committees for major PMIQ Initiatives, supporting our volunteer leaders, and always being available to all members to assist any concerns, opportunities or correspondence. 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.