The current health crisis that we are facing in the world has placed a newfound focus on the importance of protecting and improving our health. As people age, health risks increase. Managing those risks requires a long-term, defensive strategy. This course applies your project management training to help you create a health risk management plan to identify, analyze and mitigate current and future health risks. You will be presented with holistic and organic approaches to improving your health that are inexpensive and easy to blend into your everyday life. Join us as we help you manage the most important project or your life – Your Health!
Denise Porter graduated from The University of Maryland, College Park, with a BA in Government and Politics. She was a recipient of the “Maryland State Delegate Scholarship for Merit” during her Senior Year and she attended The University of Maryland Global Campus Graduate studies for Acquisition and Supply Chain Management.
Mrs. Porter has 20 years of service in the Federal Government and for the past 10 years, she has worked in the Contracting field for various government agencies around the world, visiting over 40 countries and 6 of the 7 continents. Mrs. Porter has developed several contract training manuals and spearheaded policies and programs which supported contract staff development. Denise has also taught over 500 Air Force military and civilian personnel “Suicide and Sexual Assault Prevention” while working at Joint Base San Antonio in Texas.
Mrs. Porter is a great advocate for children’s arts and dance programs. She volunteers with numerous children’s charities and she has taught ballet to over 700 children. Prior to her Government Civilian Career, Denise was a Licensed Day Care Owner in the State of Maryland and she was a certified Tax Preparer for the Maryland Day Care Provider’s Association. She was also a Maryland State Certified Day Care trainer, developing accredited continuing education course for the state of Maryland. Her courses included various business, tax preparation, health and natural approaches to childcare courses as well as teaching daycare owners and professionals how to open and maintain Maryland State licensed daycare facilities.
After her mother’s diagnosis with dementia, Mrs. Porter researched holistic approaches to improving brain health which has led to her true passion as an advocate for natural approaches to health. Denise Porter feels that even small changes can make a big difference to improve your overall health over time. Denise now presents her course “Mitigating Health Risk – Naturally” to government agencies, private businesses and professional organizations.
Lunch & Learn sessions are open to PMI Westchester Chapter members only.
Pre-registration is required. Registration closes Thursday, 21 Jan 2021, at 11:59 p.m.
Chapter members, Register here!
Those who have pre-registered will be sent the link for attending the Zoom session very early in the morning on the day of the meeting.