Kevin Berry

President | Founding Partner

Kevin BerryMr. Berry founded PMAlliance in order to help other organizations improve business operations and project execution. With over 20 years of project management experience, Mr. Berry has been directly involved in new product development, new business startups, international facility relocation, business process improvement, information technology development and implementation, energy exploration and development, and political campaigns.

Mr. Berry has specific sector experience working in Oil and Gas, Heavy Construction Equipment Manufacturing, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), 6-Sigma, Information Technology, On- and Off-Highway Engine Manufacturing, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), The Department of Defense, and The Department of Energy. He is experienced in facilitating large, complex projects with teams composed of cross-functional and geographically dispersed members. In addition, Mr. Berry mentors client project managers in advanced project management planning, project control and analysis, and communication techniques.

Mr. Berry holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Petroleum Engineering and has attended the Defense Systems Management College for advanced program management. He is a certified Project Management Professional through the Project Management Institute (PMI)® and an active member of the Chicago Chapter.

 

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