Have you been faced with the challenge of taking your organization’s PMO to the next level? Hear from the 2015 PMI PMO of the Year award winner Navy Federal Credit Union.
About the Speaker
Mr. Hills received his Bachelor’s degree from Case Western Reserve University, and pursued graduate studies in Regional Science, at the University of Pennsylvania. With more than 35 years of industry and management consulting experience, Mr. Hills brings a unique skillset to his role as the CIO. He is a strong strategic thinker with a proven track record of blending effective business processes with practical information technology solutions to improve corporate performance. His multidisciplinary background includes extensive experience in developing applications on a wide-range of platforms, leveraging leading-edge technologies for competitive advantage, and affecting large-scale organizational transformation to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of technology delivery and management.
Over the course of the past 35 years, Mr. Hills has held senior and executive positions with industry leading companies including: Chase Econometrics, Johnson & Johnson, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Xansa, PLC, and, most recently, Navy Federal Credit Union. This year, Mr. Hills led his organization to be designated one of Computerworld’s 2015 Best Places to Work in IT, and was named as one of Computerworld’s Premiere 100 leaders.
Anna-Marie Consor, PMP, ITIL, has over 15 years of experience in the field of IT Project Management. She is the Manager of Project Management and the SDLC Methodology at Navy Federal Credit Union. As part of the IT PMO, she is responsible for the methodologies governing project and program delivery and oversees a team of project managers delivering strategic value to the organization. Prior to working at Navy Federal, she worked for several other companies in the financial services and internet service provider industries. Anna-Marie holds a BS in Management Science and Information Systems from Penn State University, and an MS in Information Systems Technology from George Washington University.