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#WomeninTech talk about their role in tech to help to get #morewomenintech- Spotlight on Kimberly Lucio, Interactive Project Manager at Walker Sands Communications

Posted by Mar 6, 2014 9:44:00 AM Ali Powell

It has been great seeing how many women who want to get involved in exposing their role to other women not in tech. Our next woman to be highlighted is Kimberly Lucio from Chicago. She is an Interactive Project Manager at Walker Sands Communications

Her role on LinkedIn will help everyone to understand what an interactive project manager actually does. 

  • Managing multiple medium to large scale projects at a time
  • Handle all client relations and communication between client and agency
  • Lead team that initiates digital projects from concept through launch
  • Manage vendors and freelancers as well as internal team on various aspects of the project
  • Works with internal and external creative teams to guide the process of concept ideation through project completion while providing creative direction
  • Works as lead of cross-functional team
  • Develop business requirements, functional specification, and brand messaging
  • Translates client requirements and assists in writing internal briefs
  • Launch websites across various verticals, primarily in the B2B space
  • Manage delivery dates on items and set client expectations accordingly
  • Build out project plans and critical paths
  • In process of attaining PMI Certification
  • Build out wireframes and look at websites from a UX perspective
  • Assists with managing budgets on projects

As we all know, the world of tech is constantly changing. Each day brings a new adventure in learning and a new way of thinking about how you approach your work. I love that since every day brings a new set of challenges and adventures.

I think it's common for people to assume that all tech jobs require a knowledge of HTML or coding in general. Although these are great skills to have, they aren't the base of every job in the field. Their are plenty of marketing and business analyst jobs in the tech space, and they continue to evolve daily.

I lead a team that has a cross functional group of members. From designers to developers, I make sure the projects we create flow properly and effectively. We work on technical websites, primarily in the B2B space.

You can follow Kimberly Lucio here on Twitter.

Topics: Women in Tech, women in technology, #morewomenintech, more women in tech