Atlanta, GA — Cadence Seminar Leader Kimberly Liegel presented her paper, “Empowering Kids Through Project Skills”, this week at the Project Management Institute’s Global Congress in Atlanta, GA.

“Tomorrow’s project managers are in the classroom today, yet there is no set curriculum for teaching them how to do projects,” says Leigle in her conference note. “Practitioners and chapters are uniquely positioned to teach youth and educators these fundamental skills.”

Of the session, Cadence president John Patton says this is going to be a significant area of development.

“It’s wonderful to see such interest in this topic from PMI and the project management community,” says Patton. “There is great opportunity to shape the future of the field.”

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