Kemley Whiteside earned her MBA in Project Management from Ashford University in 2010. In 2008, she earned her BS from the University of Phoenix in Information Technology. She has an extensive experience in project management and implementation of documentation systems. Her direct responsibilities have included but have not been limited to the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, and control for completion of specific project tasks ensuring consistency with client commitments and goals.
Her roles are to lead the planning and implementation of projects to facilitate the project scope, goals and deliverables, assemble and coordinate project staff, manage project budget and project resource allocation. She plans and schedules project timelines, tracks project deliverables using appropriate tools and software, and provides support to project team and quality assurance. She is highly competent with computer programs, technical and information processing and database management.
Kemley is a professional with over ten years of experience. She has successfully completed over fifteen certifications with Urban Engineers Inc., a firm who is an authorized provider of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). She is certified in Performance Management, Client Communication, Quality Control, Quality Assurance and more.
Kemley has been privileged to work with clients such as NJ Transit, SEPTA, NJ Turnpike, Liberty Property Trust, DRPA and many more. She has been able to facilitate her services to these clients in a capacity that has allowed her the opportunity to complete these various projects on-time and within their budget. Some of the projects include the following:
- Comcast Innovation and Technology Center – $1.2 billion
- Ferry Avenue & Collingswood Stations Parking Lot Rehabilitation – $2.1 million
- Walt Whitman Bridge Sub-Structure Repairs – $1.8 million
- Ben Franklin Bridge Miscellaneous Repairs – $1.0 million
- Walt Whitman Bridge Suspension Span & Anchorage Span Deck Replacement – $128 million
- Media/Sharon Hill Trolley Line Improvement – $8 million
- Metropark Station Platform Rehabilitation – $29 million
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