According to PMForum Managing Editor David Pells, “With the world’s 11th largest population and 13th highest GDP, Mexico is rapidly becoming one of the most important countries in the Americas and an increasingly important trading partner for many countries. Maria del Roble Treviño is an experienced project management professional living and working in Monterrey, one of the most important industrial centers of the country. We are excited to have her join our global correspondents team.”
Maria del Roble Treviño, PMP, MAC, is an architect with a Master of Science degree in Project Management from the Monterrey Institute of Technology, one of the leading technological universities in Mexico. She is a certified project management professional (PMP) since 2006. Maria has 13 years of experience managing projects of different types, including consulting, manufacturing, PMO, organizational change, business development and training programs on project management competencies.
Ms. Treviño is a Senior Trainer at Escala of the Escala MethodMR, a project management methodlogy used in Mexican industry. She has trained groups of directors and managers all over the Republic of Mexico delivering in-company programs and public seminars as well. She has published articles in local magazines like Quierescasa.com, HRE and BCM. She manages the ESCALA EDUCATION business unit since 2001.
PMForum’s Global Correspondents Network includes representatives in over 35 countries and several US states, with more being added monthly. Additional information about PMForum’s Global Correspondents Network and about individual correspondents can be found at http://www.pmforum.org/
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