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Young Professionals Project(ing) Success: Millennial Leaders in Project Management



If you register after 3:00 pm on January 21, please bring a copy of your registration confirmation.


Join University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies’ Project Management program and PMI Toronto to hear from some Tremendous and Inspiring Project Management Young Professionals!

Each presenter will share a real life case-study drawn from their experience in diverse industries, such as health-care, finance, and community development. In the sessions, you will hear from accomplished young project managers who will present the challenges and successes they encountered during an in-depth project. You will leave with new and tangible project management insights. They truly are the future of our profession!



Matthew Rozycki, PhD, is laboratory project manager for the Kamath Lab at the Hospital for Sick Children. This research laboratory conducts clinical and basic science studies of pediatric liver disease, particularly cholestatic disease. Matthew is the 2018 winner of Ogilvie Award for Excellence in Project Management at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.

lruiz.JPGLiliana Ruiz is a senior information technology analyst and project manager with Community Living Toronto. Established in 1948, Community Living Toronto is a non-profit social service organization providing services to thousands of people who have intellectual disabilities within the City of Toronto.

parshvi.JPGParshvi Vyas, MSc, is a project manager at CReATe Fertility Center, a patient-centered reproductive health care facility featuring extensive R&D and educational programs. Parshvi spearheaded the launch of an extensive social media campaign, greatly extending the online visibility of CReATe, and has since managed the launch and strategy of CReATe’s website.


Cailin Ahloy is the Project Manager for the MaRS Discovery District Solutions Lab, a social innovation lab focused on developing new solutions to improve the lives of people and strengthen the resilience of society. The lab achieves this through collaboration with users and stakeholders to develop, prototype and scale new solutions, and create opportunities to learn how to change the systems that help us thrive in the 21st century.


6:30 PM – Registration

7:00 PM – Presentation & Panel

8:30 PM – Networking

9:00 PM – Conclude

Fees: (subject to HST)

PMI Toronto members (login prior to registering) - $10.00

Non-members & Guests - $20.00

PDUs: 1.5 (Leadership 1.0, Strategic 0.5)




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Type of activity: PMI Toronto Networking Events

Date: 21 January 2019

Hour: 18:30 to 21:00

# of PDUs: 1.5


Members: $10.00

Non members and Guests: $20.00