Amany Nuseibeh Celebrating Women in Project Management

Amany Nuseibeh Celebrating Women in Project Management

Amany Nuseibeh


Location: Sydney, Australia

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Amany Nuseibeh, PMI Australia Fellow is a passionate Global Leader, an International Speaker and Transformation, Portfolio, Program & Project Management Consultant with a natural flair for breathing new life and energy into individuals, teams and projects, moving people to action and making change happen.

Amany has delivered complex, large-scale Portfolios, Programs and Projects for Qantas, CSC Australia, BHP Billiton, BlueScope Steel, Vodafone, the University of New South Wales and Transport for NSW. Amany‘s latest engagement was managing the Program Management Office for the Customer Experience Program at Sydney Water.

A long-term PMI volunteer & Past President, she currently serves as the co-chair of PMI Ethics Member Advisory Group.

She has been a Guest Lecturer, Speaker, Facilitator & Panellist at numerous PMI Leadership Institute Meetings, PMI Conferences in North America, Australia and New Zealand.

Amany‘s educational qualifications include a Bachelor in Computer Science, a Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting, a Diploma in Project Management and a Master of Business and Technology from UNSW. Amany‘s awards include Fellow PMI Australia 2018 and PMI Australia Distinguished Contributions Award 2011. Her credentials include PMP, AIPM CPPD, APMG/Axelos Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) Practitioner, Management of Portfolios (MoP) Practitioner, Portfolio Programme and Project Office (P3O) Practitioner.

Amany enjoys exploring Sydney parks and beaches.

What I enjoy most about being a project manager is:

The opportunities to turn dreams into reality, making a difference, driving successful outcomes and overcoming challenges.

The three most important skills I use to successfully deliver projects are:

Strategic focus with a strong belief in purpose, communications & collaboration, relationships & team building.

I build and nurture my professional network by:

Connecting, being there when needed and keeping in touch.

At the start of my career, the one thing I wish I had known is:

Hard work is not sufficient for career advancement.

Women who have inspired me so far in my career journey are:

The women who faced adversity and had the courage to stand up, and speak up not being deterred by power, environmental norms or society’s expectations.

The most valuable advice I have ever been given is:

It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.

My advice for women on finding success as a project manager is:

Be yourself, be confident, respectful, responsible, fair and honest. Speak-up, take risks, put your hand-up and keep learning and growing. Be the example you want the world to be!


Hello amazing women of the project management world!

My observation after two decades of working in the project management industry is that our voices as women are simply not heard enough online in articles, podcasts, and across social media channels. Let’s change that!

  1. If you’re a woman working in project management, I want to hear from you! Submit your profile today to make sure to be included in this years event which has already begun.
  2. Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn to be inspired by daily posts as we celebrate all of these wonderful women in project management! Feel motivated by their stories, achievements and perspectives.
  3. Tell us how you feel and support other women by including #CelebratingWomenInProjectManagement in your social media posts.
  4. Join our FREE exclusive Celebrating Women in Project Management Facebook group – a new space for women in project management to come together and discuss ideas, give advice, provide support, and network with women from all over the globe.



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