On Monday, January 16, 2017 Line of Sight joined the Project Management Institute Washington Chapter’s Day of Service (PMDOS) honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. The PMDoS™ is a community outreach event enabling pro bono Project Management services for nonprofits and social change organizations. The program is a one-day problem-solving event where charitable nonprofits are matched with project managers. Together, participants scope and plan a project to help address the issue. Line of Sight was excited to provide two teams of comprised of expert Project Managers volunteering their time to work with two area non-profits. Line of Sight team members Martin Sullivan, Ken Alston, Quynh Le and Becky Pfau worked with The Maryland Family Network, and Jennifer Wienecke, Chris Smith and Ellen Wagner assisted Hillcrest Children & Family Center.
A Line of Sight core value is serving our community by seeking “opportunities for positive change outside our company, our clients, and ourselves.” We were proud to sponsor this PM Day of Service offer our expertise and help plan and launch projects to help these nonprofits help their clients! Click the links below for more information on these outstanding nonprofits.