IPM Day Presenters

Looking for a great presenter for your IPM Day Event?

We recommend you consider these professional project management speakers who we have volunteered significant time to the IPM Day mission – generally through being a featured presenter for one or more of our IPM Day Webinars. The speakers should be contacted directly for booking.


Frank P. Saladis, PMP, PMI Fellow

Frank P. SaladisThe founder of International Project Management Day, Frank Saladis, is a internationally renowned speaker who received the prestigious Person of the Year Award from PMI in 2006 for his contributions to the organization and to the practice of project management. Mr. Saladis is a Consultant and Instructor within the project management profession and has over 30 years experience in the telecommunications and project management training environment. In addition to teaching for our programs he also has his own consulting company and he is a senior consultant and trainer for the International Institute For Learning Inc.  He has held the position of National Project Manager for AT&T Solutions Information Technology Services and was a member of Cisco Systems Professional Services Project Management Advocacy organization.

He has written numerous leadership and project management books and articles. He has been a featured presenter at the Project Management Institute ® Annual Symposiums, Project World, PMI World Congresses  and many international project management events. He is a past president of the New York City PMI Chapter and a Past-President of the PMI ® Assembly of Chapter Presidents. Mr. Saladis resides in New York. Frank received the PMI Fellow award in October 2013 and the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award in October 2015.

He is currently available for IPM Day 2016 and 2017 and he may be contacted at saladispmp@msn.com

Brian Munroe, PMP

Brian Munroe is a dynamic, engaging instructor, passionate about recovering troubled projects. He is currently the President and Chairman of the Board of PMI’s Troubled Project Specific Interest Group. Brian has led many projects in a wide variety of sectors and regularly conducts Project Rescue consultancy services for his clients. Is the creator of the Rescue My Project™ program and has had the opportunity to present on topics related to project rescue for PMI chapters, private corporations and government agencies throughout the world.

Brian is currently available for IPM Day 2012 and he can be contacted at bmunroe@mtilearning.com

Eric Verzuh, PMP

Eric Verzuh pictureAuthor of the bestselling book, “Fast Forward MBA in Project Management“, Eric Verzuh both writes and teaches in a refreshingly clear and understandable style. Eric Verzuh is President of The Versatile Company, which provides project management training and consulting to thousands of professionals each year. His clients include major government agencies, small and large companies, and nonprofit organizations in such diverse industries as aerospace, health care, information technology, and education.Eric may be contacted at Projects@Versatilecompany.com or at 12304 32ndAve NE, Seattle, WA 98125. Ph (206) 417-2290. Toll free (866) 417-2290.


James Franklin, PMP

James Franklin’s specialty is presenting “Mind Mapping Techniques to Improve Project Planning and Proposal Preparation”. Located in San Diego, Ca, Jim is a Project Management Professional with over 28 years of environmental and infrastructure project experience.  He is using MindView 4 software as a teaching tool at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) Project Management Extension Program and has successfully incorporated mind mapping techniques on his projects.

Jim may be reached at Franklin Project Management Consulting by calling (619) 954-5283 or email FranklinPMP@gmail.com




  1. Ramasubramaniam V says:

    I am eagerly waiting to attend the sessions on the IPM Day. I am based out of India and would like to know if i can get the schedule, which would be in Indian standard time.

    If not available, is there any page which shows all the programs lined up with the time in EST or GMT.

    Thanks & Regards,

  2. Ramasubramaniam V says:

    I am referring to the sessions on the IPM day. I am based out of INdia and would like to know the corresponging timings for the sessions that we have to attend on that day itself.

    Thanks and Regards,

  3. Titzl says:

    Hi, I am truly excited to attend the session of the PMI day as well. Besides of all the interesting contend, it is a huge opportunity of getting PDUs (well I am not a PDU seeker by passion, but because this is part of all certification process) and I just wanted to know if we have to attend the speaking sessions online or if it is possible to watch them later on.

    Is there any webpage which gives a clear instruction about how that works, I mean, what to do in order to get the PDUs?

    Thanks a lot!

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