Bill Johnson, PMP, is currently the Program Director for the Master of Science in Project Management and the Master of Science in Information Technology Management at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. Previously, he worked as an independent project manager for over a decade in the areas of education, government, and nonprofit. Bill has focused on medium to large projects ranging in scope from six months up to two years with budgets exceeding $4,000,000. Notable projects include the U.S. Rhodes Scholars selection process for the American Rhodes Trust, redistricting for the City of St. Paul, and numerous capital campaign fund raising efforts for various nonprofits. He is currently working with senior advisors to Governor Dayton of Minnesota on projects to bring green energy jobs to the state.
Mr. Johnson received his bachelor degree in economics, business, and political science from Macalester College in St. Paul and his Master of Science in Project Management degree from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He was named recipient of the 2008 Gaylord E (Gary) Christle Award, one of six international awards given by PMI College of Performance Management. In addition, he has presented at several PMI events and guest lectured at other conferences and universities.