Hello, I’m Chrissy Scivicque, PMP, PCM

More About Chrissy

Chrissy Scivicque is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and certified Professional Career Manager (PCM). She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Sonoma State University, CA.

Since 2009, Chrissy has been an in-demand presenter and corporate trainer known for engaging, entertaining, educating, and empowering audiences of all sizes and backgrounds.

A proud, former administrative professional, Chrissy has created and delivered custom on-site and virtual programs for admin teams within some of the world’s most accomplished organizations, including:

  • Accenture
  • Ball Aerospace
  • Capital One
  • Eastman Chemical
  • GoDaddy
  • Grainger
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Microsoft
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Skadden Law
  • Turner Broadcasting
  • And many more

Chrissy’s writing on career-related topics is regularly featured on dozens of websites including Forbes, Monster, and CareerBuilder among others. She was a contributing career expert for U.S. News & World Report for 4 years and has written over 100 articles for Ivy Exec’s Executive Insights blog.

Chrissy currently lives in Denver, CO where she served as the featured career expert on Good Day Colorado for 2 years.

What Makes Chrissy Different?



As a former c-level executive assistant, Chrissy understands the daily challenges facing administrative professionals and is able to make an immediate, powerful connection with participants.



Since 2009, Chrissy has delivered custom training programs for administrative teams within some of the world’s most respected organizations, including Microsoft, Capital One, Accenture, and Go Daddy to name just a few.



As a certified career coach and ATD (Association for Talent Development) certified trainer, Chrissy is especially skilled at classroom management and facilitation; she is able to quickly adapt to the needs of the group and can flex to take advantage of unexpected learning opportunities.  



Chrissy’s training programs consistently achieve measurable, positive organizational impact. She believes learning involves action, not just theory.