Lulit Tesfaye Speaking on Topics Facing Emerging Professionals in Project Management

On August 3rd, EK Senior Consultant Lulit Tesfaye will participate in a women in project management panel as part of a four-week workshop titled “Project Management 101 – High Level View on a Detailed Profession” at the Women’s Information Network (WIN) in Washington, DC. Panelists will discuss the topics facing emerging professionals in project management and issues related to women new to the professional workforce. The discussion will focus on topics including:

  • High level overview of project management, processes and knowledge areas;
  • Core foundations of what it means to be a project manager as well as soft skills necessary to be successful in any job, project manager or not; and
  • The necessary steps to become a successful project manager.

As part of the panel, Tesfaye and her fellow speakers will discuss the following concepts.

  • Pursuing a PMP certification, value and experience;
  • What project management is like in different industries; and
  • Being a woman in project management.


Lulit Tesfaye has served as a board member with PMI’s Washington, DC Chapter since 2012.  


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About Women’s Information Network (WIN)

The Women’s Information Network (WIN) is Washington’s premier professional, political, and social network dedicated to empowering young women. Founded in 1989, WIN is a volunteer-run 501(c)4 nonprofit organization that provides women with access to job and networking opportunities in Washington, DC. WIN women also volunteer on political campaigns, at nonprofit organizations, and on various event committees through WIN.