Roundtable: MetroNorth
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METRO NORTH

  • Chair: Ari Davidow
  • Co-Chair: John Gagnon

The MetroNorth Roundtable serves PMI Mass Bay chapter members who live or work in the North Shore area of Boston.

We usually meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month, except for November and December when we meet on the 3rd Wednesday.  Our location is the Insight Conference Room (2nd floor, right out of elevator,  around a corner to the right, & The "Insight" Conference room  is on the left) at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, 67 South Bedford Street, Burlington MA 01803.

Next meeting:
Wed., July 26, 7:30am: Jim Hannon, "
Is it possible for Agile and Project Management to Coexist?"
For more details, and to sign up, visit MyEventGuru.

To join a roundtable session via video-conference: If you are unable to make it in person, you can participate virtually using join.me. This provides you with both voice (great for participating while commuting to work), and the meeting slides (if you have access to a computer as well as to your phone). Email the moderators for complete details.

Coming up

Aug 23 – 100 Million Healthier Lives - Midwives for an online community?, Mike Balin

Sep 27 – Gratitude for leaders in business, Star Dargin

Oct 25 – Having a seat at the table to influence organizational change, Cheryl Lower

Nov 15 – TBD, could be you!

Dec 20 – Managing Cloud-based projects, Chuck Tewksbury


Joining this roundtable will help you.

What you will get: email notification of weather cancellations, changes in schedule or location, new topics on our calendar, and new postings to the "File" page. We occasionally share opportunities for professional advancement as we learn about them.

What you won't get: junk mail, spam, appeals for money or volunteer time, phishing expeditions, or inappropriate attempts at humor.


The MetroNorth Roundtable Program offers PMI Mass Bay Chapter members the opportunity to attend an informal monthly meeting with a small group of project management peers to: 

  1. Discuss current project issues and receive colleagues’ advice, feedback, and support.
  2. Discuss current best practices within the project management profession.
  3. Network among the group.

Feel free to drop in and experience what the group has to offer. It's a free PDU. Bring a friend!