BA Collaborative in front of the Vermont State House in Montpelier, VT. From left to right: Chary Scott, Alex Geller, Helen Linda, and Kayla Robinson
Three Vermont chapter members participated in the 2019 BABOK v.3 Virtual Study Group and passed their respective certification exams this fall. They also participated in a bi-weekly BA Collaborative group led by fellow Business Analyst, Alex Geller (CCBA), discussing application of BABOK techniques as well as certification exam tips as tricks. Both groups, along with intensive individual study, were instrumental in their collective success.
Kayla Robinson, CCBA is a Business Analyst with GPI/Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. based in Albany, NY. GPI is an engineering and construction services consulting firm specializing in the innovative design and construction of transportation infrastructure and building projects. Kayla has been a consultant analyst with the State of Vermont Agency of Digital Services supporting the Agency of Transportation on their Construction Management System replacement project for 5 years.
Chary Loadholt Scott, CBAP is an IT Business Analyst with the State of Vermont Agency of Digital Services supporting the Agency of Human Services in Waterbury, VT. ADS is a team of information technology professionals providing services and resources to partner Agencies in state government. Chary has been an analyst for 7 years specializing in public safety, health, and social services projects.
Helen Linda, CBAP is a Continuous Improvement Program Manager with the State of Vermont Agency of Transportation as a member of the Performance and Strategic Initiatives Section in Montpelier, VT. The section leverages data and people to promote a culture continuous improvement at VTrans. Helen has been an analyst for 4 years specializing in health and transportation projects and 10 years in library projects.
Bluegrass IIBA Chapter's Winter 2020 BABOK Study Group is scheduled. Register early to ensure you receive study material well in advance of the start of the study group.