Emily Nyindodo, MBA, PMP

Board Member

Emily Nyindodo is an IT Program/Project Manager for a Benefit Fund Organization in NYC where she leads the design, development, and deployment of array of business and information technology projects.  Emily specifically guides large team of professionals, consisting of business analyst, data analyst, IT Staff, consultants and contractors representing diverse backgrounds, domestic and abroad, throughout all developmental phases of each project life cycle.

Emily masters in leveraging data analytics by assessing and prioritizing projects and aligning resources of great importance. Her commitment to transparency and keen attention to risk management has yielded a positive response on business operations. She excels in conducting constructive analysis of business performance, identifying areas for business improvement. She designs quarterly reports monitoring business performance, interpreting and highlighting key metric variances.

Emily also spent the past 15 years overseeing projects of large to complex magnitude for organizations of diverse characteristics including IBM, Capital One, and Lehigh Valley Health Network. Emily’s versatility has enabled her to acquire an exceptional understanding in enterprise data warehouse implementation, data mining and integration, and big data analytics across diverse industries.

Emily holds master’s in business administration concentrating in Management Information Systems from St. Peter’s College and Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from Ramapo College. Emily is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and currently pursuing her second Master program in Health Policy and Administration at Penn State University.

Emily is versatile, detailed-oriented, organized, and consistent in her work. Her collaborative disposition has honed

Emily’s strong communication skills and ability to negotiate effectively. Additionally, Emily’s problem-solving approach allows her to productively develop solutions by means of thorough research analysis.