Kathy Grant is an experienced IT project manager and project coordinator. She has been associated with a variety of governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Kathy has utilized her hands-on knowledge and experience in multiple disciplines to create synergies between events, assist in the development of business proposals & profiles, determining and documenting roles, responsibilities and accountabilities; documenting corporate databases, processes and procedures; preparation and administration of contracts. Responsibilities include but are not limited to strategic planning, proposal writing, press releases, ads, brochures, media releases and communiqués, job descriptions, sponsorship packages, business analysis requirements and process improvement documents.
Kathy Grant is an experienced project manager and project coordinator. She has been associated with a variety of governmental and non-governmental organizations in numerous capacities since 1988.
Kathy’s Project Management (PM) expertise has benefited many organizations in effectively and efficiently assessing their project requirements.
Over the years Kathy has been known for her professionalism, thorough execution and organization.
Kathy Grant, BA Mus. '88, PM Certificate 2002, Business Analyst 2002.
- Confidential, Tactful, Discreet & Reliable
- Excellent Communication Skills
- Technologically Proficient
- Enthusiastic, Successful & Appreciated
CAL Corporation (Aerospace, Defence & SATCOM)
"You did a great job in planning the EW Reception. I was pleased at the turnout and that we wee able to have the Citizen and the Ottawa Business News here. A well organized event. Thanks for your effort Kathy" Neil Mackay, President
"I would like to thank you for the great job in organizing both the Omega Reception and the closing dinner. In particular, the reception was well thought out in every detail from the invitations, the refreshments and organizing the press and photographers. Thanks again!" David Laird, VP Finance & Corporate Development
"This was probably the single-most professional presentation that has ever been done here at CAL and I was extremely pleased to be part of it. A tremendous effort by all." Neil Mackay, President