Washington University in St. Louis
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Goal Setting & Development Plans

November 2, 2023

How do you capture your accomplishments from this year and plan for next year? Let’s wrap up the year with a review of our year in the life of a Project Manager, capture our accomplishments and plan for next year.  

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Per session: $350

Roundtable Speakers:

Ed Hoering
Assistant Vice President

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Prior to coming to the Fed, Ed worked as a business manager, requirements engineer, and tester at AT&T. Ed joined the Fed in 2010 as a Risk Management Specialist before transitioning to the Treasury Relations and Support Office where he led and supported numerous large scale projects and initiatives. Currently, Ed has responsibility for Business Line Monitoring of 30 lines of business as well as a Program Management Office. Ed also leads or is a member of various program and project management leadership teams and work groups across the Federal Reserve System. Ed received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance from Washington University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Saint Louis University.

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Sara Yu
Director of Program Management

Mercy Hospital

Sara leads a team of project managers and analysts to deliver complex enterprise-level projects across multiple business units and functions, including finance, technology, operations, and clinical/hospital services. With over 15 years of experience in project, program, and product management, Sara is a healthcare transformation leader who drives value-based outcomes through strategic, process, financial, and technological change initiatives. She holds the Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Scaled Agilist, and Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) credentials, demonstrating my expertise in agile and lean methodologies, data-driven decision making, and customer-centric solutions.

Roundtable Host:

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Jeff Villmer

Leadership Development Facilitator & Coach

Jeff is an inspirational people leader, problem-solver and change agent. He cultivates a high-trust environment where he creates challenging, real-time growth opportunities for emerging leaders – formal and informal. Jeff applies a high-touch, adaptive feedback approach based on the Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership® Model. Situational leadership is a practical, repeatable process leaders can employ to enhance their effectiveness when attempting to influence others.