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Aguanno Named Fellow of the Project Management Association of Canada

21 February 2013 (AgilePM.com) Toronto, Ontario -- The Board of Directors of the Project Management Association of Canada (PMAC-AGPC), the Canadian national project management association and member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), today announced that it has granted its highest honour to Kevin Aguanno in recognition of his many years of service to the project management community and his promotion of greater professionalism in project management in Canada and around the world. Aguanno is now named a Fellow of the Project Management Association of Canada and can now use the post-nominal honorific FPMAC.

Alex Jalalian, PMAC Vice President, announced the granting of the fellowship after a unanimous vote of the PMAC board. Morley Selver, PMAC Director of Certification, co-sponsored the fellowship award, saying "He has done a great deal of work in the past to get PMAC‐AGPC to be a viable member of the IPMA community and continues to do so [...]. PMAC‐AGPC would not be where is is today without Kevin's knowledge, support, and guidance." Grant Kerr, PMAC Treasurer, also a co-sponsor of the fellowship award, stated "Kevin has made significant contribution to the field of project management, especially in Canada, through his consulting, training, writing, speaking, and advocacy activities. He consults to Canada's largest organizations, has provided project management training to thousands of students, written and published books and articles on project management, spoken to thousands of people at meetings and conferences. He is tireless in his efforts to spread the knowledge and skills for managing projects as broadly as possible -- to businesses, universities, professional organizations, and the general public. [...] I find him to be ethical, intelligent, straightforward, hardworking, efficient, strategic‐thinking, a good communicator and educator."

Aguanno is now one of only two people to be named as PMAC Fellows.