Discovering the PST Journey: An Event for Women
This 1 hour webinar is for women to learn about what it means to be a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) and the steps needed to earn this highly sought after license to teach Scrum.org courses. At this webinar, you will:
- Hear from PSTs about how this program has benefited them
- Learn details about the PST candidate journey from Scrum.org staff
- Be able to ask your questions and get answers through a Q&A section
Whether you are deeply experienced and getting ready to submit a trainer application, or if you're wondering if the PST program is right for you, this session will help prepare you to take your next steps.
Future events being scheduled soon.
This event is one of several ways we are supporting women. If you are interested in learning more about the PST program and can't make it to this event, fill out this form so we can find other ways to support you.
PSTs Featured in Previous Events Included
Ferzeen Anis (March 24)
Ferzeen is an agile coach, Scrum Master, transformation consultant, accredited trainer, public speaker and certified life coach. I coach and train individuals, teams and leaders in a wide variety of industries, to boost their ability to perform in complexity. My focus is always on putting lessons from our conversations into practical effect, on the benefits of continuously improving ourselves, and on leveraging human beings' innate ability to solve problems when they come together.
Summer Lawrence (March 24)
Summer is an advocate for experimental learning and agile development. In her years as an agile coach and Professional Scrum Trainer, she acquired a passion for learning by doing and building capability beyond certification. Summer is building a portfolio of Learning Quests for Scrum Practitioners and partnering with Scrum.org on product development initiatives.
Shirley Santiago (March 25)
Shirley is an accomplished Enterprise Architect, Professional Scrum Coach and a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer. She is also a steward for the Scrum.org course portfolio. She enjoys the journey of learning and discovering the unknowns. She is a staunch advocate for mentorship.
Julia Wester (March 25)
Julia is a co-founder of 55 Degrees AB, a Lean/Agile focused software company located in Malmö, Sweden. Also a professional trainer, Julia is a LinkedIn Learning course author, a member of the advisory board of ProKanban.org, and a recent course steward for Scrum.org. No matter the task, Julia’s ultimate goal is to help people get more done with less stress.