The following founding members of the chapter are still actively volunteering:
Rich Condon, PMP
Rich currently works for Calyx Software, he has over fifteen years experience leading project teams. He has held various Senior Program and Project Management roles in IBM, Hitachi GST and Stanford University in the areas of hardware development, software development, portfolio management, IT applications implementation and deployment of business transformation processes. He has been a PMP since 1997 and is a founding member for the PMI Silicon Valley Chapter. Rich has been a Career Management Co-Director and evening program Co-Director.
In addition, he is an Assistant Scout Master for BSA Troop 37, Los Altos and active in the Track & Field program for Saint Francis High, Mountain View.
Wayne Goulding, PMP
Wayne is a Senior Program/Project Manager specializing in Business Transitions; merger/acquisition/divestiture (M&A), production capacity creation or expansion, operational relocation, or business processes changes He is talented in developing and implementing project management processes and communications to ensure highly effective project execution and aligning change efforts with business goals; accomplished in advanced methodologies, processes, and technologies.
Additionally, Wayne was active in establishing the chapter, in 1997. He sat on the chapter's first elected board of directors, and continued as a board member for 1998 - 1999, 2001 - 2006 and 2011 - 2014. He was chapter president in 1999, 2002, 2013 and 2014; from 2003 through 2006 he held the position of Senior Director of Chapter Development; in 2012 he was VP Operations. He has provided many significant contributions in development of member benefits, business operations, and organizational infrastructure. For his many contributions he was named the 2006 and 2010 Leader of the Year, an award Wayne instituted during his 1999 term as president.
Tom Kendrick, PMP
Tom Kendrick (PMP) is currently Program Director for the UC Berkeley Extension Project Management Curriculum. He is also author of Identifying and Managing Project Risk, Third Edition (AMACOM, 2015), Results Without Authority, Second Edition (AMACOM, 2012), the Project Management Tool Kit, Third Edition (AMACOM, 2014, and 101 Project Management Problems and How to Solve Them (AMACOM, 2010).
Tom has regularly conducted classes and presentations on program, project, and risk management. Tom spent 20 years with Hewlett Packard in its Project Management Initiative and a variety of other project management responsibilities. He has over 35 years of worldwide PM experience, including work for Visa Inc, DuPont, General Electric, and as an independent consultant.
Tom has a BSEE from Princeton University, an MSEE from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is past president and ongoing volunteer for the PMI Silicon Valley Chapter.