Guam’s Hentrick Eveluck wins award for Asia-Pacific region

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Guam’s very own Hentrick M. Eveluck has been awarded the 2019 Recipient of the PMIEF James R. Snyder International Student Paper of the Year Award for the Asia-Pacific Region.

Guam’s very own Hentrick M. Eveluck has been awarded the 2019 Recipient of the PMIEF James R. Snyder International Student Paper of the Year Award for the Asia-Pacific Region. According to the PMI Educational Foundation Program Administrator, Leslie Sellers, the “prestigious and highly competitive award is only bestowed upon a few exceptional project managers each year.”

Established in 1990 as a humanitarian arm of the Project Management Institute (PMI), PMIEF elegantly offers and facilitates inventive educational support programs through grants, scholarships, learning resources, workshops, and awards to globally enhance project management training. This research paper award recognizes excellence in student development of original concepts in project management.

As the recipient, Eveluck will travel to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to receive his award at the PMI Global Conference set for October 3-5, 2019, all expenses paid. He will also receive a $500 cash prize.

Hentrick M. Eveluck of Chuukese descent is an active leader of many organizations in Guam and in the Federated States of Micronesia. He has served since 2014 as a member of the Board of Trustees for Guahan Academy Charter School as Chairman of the Committee on Finance and Procurement and is currently the Board’s Treasurer. “We are very proud to hear of Trustee Eveluck’s prestigious award, and the family community at Guahan Academy Charter School applauds his talent, dedication and commitment to excellence,” states Fe Valencia-Ovalles, the Board Chairwoman.

Eveluck is a graduate of the University of Guam with a Master’s Degree of Business Administration (MBA); a Master’s Degree of Public Administration (MPA), and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration majoring in Finance and Economics. He is a current applicant of the Doctoral Program at the University of Management and Technology in Arlington, Virginia. He resides in Mangilao with his wife and children.

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