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28 Mar
Recognition awarded for outstanding achievement

ACORPP were delighted to congratulate Neha on progressing through to the state level nominations for the National Australian Institute of Project Managers (AIPM) awards, held in Sydney on 18th October 2016. These Awards are held as part of AIPM’s annual conference and are attended by Project Managers from a significant number of different fields and disciplines from the whole Asia Pacific region. The conference program lasted over 4 days, with world class presentations delivered by both national and international industry leaders focusing specifically on the latest research and case studies relevant to project management. Although Neha did not take out the state level award with AIPM, we here at ACORPP pride ourselves on recognition where it is due and we are absolutely delighted that Neha’s contribution has been recognised regardless in such a professional and public forum.

AIPM Sydney

A word from Neha:  

“This recognition has been a huge motivation for me to strive further to progress my career in project management and continue gaining experience in projects which challenge me to grow. The Sydney Conference and Awards event was a wonderful experience. It provided me with the opportunity to meet and interact with Project Managers from different backgrounds and industries which allowed me to develop a greater appreciation of this discipline.”

On the other side of Neha’s professional achievements, she took home the personal award of partnership after tying the knot in a tropical setting in Bali, with an extravagantly traditional Indian ceremony. Attended by both Director of Projects, Gordon Bateup and Senior Project Manager, Kristie Spagnolo, the event even had its own paparazzi to capture this festive event. Congratulations, Neha!

Nehas Wedding

Excellence in the professional community

The Project Managers of ACORPP don’t stop there, with Elodie Caro furthering her team’s reputation by recently being awarded an Appreciation for Excellence for her volunteer contributions to the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Project Management profession throughout 2016. In her spare time, Elodie wears the hat of Associate Director – Mentorship, a voluntary position with PMI’s WA Chapter. Having volunteered with the Chapter for a number of years, Elodie was tasked with developing, launching and running the inaugural member-to-member mentorship program in 2016. This program comprised of 5 mentees and 5 mentors. The success of this first program rapidly boosted registration numbers for the 2017 program.


As another addition to her hat collection, Elodie has recently extended her mentoring ability to a Perth-based registered charity called Leading Youth Forward. Elodie will devote her time to this wonderful cause as a mentor, helping to enrich the lives of at-risk Perth teenagers through structured and organised mentorship and group activities that will encourage a better quality of life. On Friday 10th March, she took part in a weekend camp amongst the leafy greens of Serpentine, with their first evening spent star gazing around the camp fire. Over the next few days, mentors and their teens took part in an array of activities with focus on encouraging both responsibility and team work; from laser tag, yoga and a mini-Olympics – even taking part in a pressure testing project of defusing a real life BOMB!

LIFE collage


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Vaulting into the summer of youth
Merry mayhem and festive fun
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