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Barbara Yamamoto, former LAX Chief Experience Officer Joins PSM² as the Vice President of Business Development

We are excited to announce that Barbara Yamamoto has joined PSM² as the Vice President of Business Development.  Ms. Yamamoto, the former Los Angeles World Airports Chief Experience Office will bring her expertise in guest experience, employee engagement, communications, and culture change to augment PSM²’s bench that includes project management and construction logistics, coordination and communications.

Posted 3/5/21 


Giving Back to Our Community

Giving back is a continuous ritual for PSM² and we know this year is more critical than ever to give and support our communities. We have chosen to give back by supporting Operation Help a Hero, Feeding America, Joyful Hearts with Helpful Hands, and The Salvation Army. Our staff believes in the great work these organization are doing, and we invite everyone to check them out:

Operation Help a Hero is a public charity dedicated to the well-being and care of our American military members.

Feeding America’s mission is to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger.

Joyful Hearts with Helping Hands is a non profit organization that helps families in need with clothing and hygiene.

The Salvation Army exists to meet human need wherever, whenever and however it can.

Posted on 12/31/20


Tis the Season of Giving!

Tis the season of giving! There is no better way to end the year than by giving back to our community. This year PSM² has chosen to give back by donating to the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Riviera Rescue, Ronald McDonald House and the Southern California Mountains Foundation.

Our staff believes in the great work these organization are doing, and we invite everyone to check them out:

Make-a-Wish Foundation
Creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

Riviera Rescue
Houses and rehabilitates abandoned cats and dogs that were injured, abused and/or sick to find them a forever home.

Ronald McDonald House
Creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children and their families. Provides a place for families to call home so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little to no cost.

Southern California Mountains Foundation
A nonprofit that believes connecting communities to our public lands is the key to their survival. Mobilizing individuals to inspire and engage in environmental citizenship.

Posted 12/31/19


PSM² Collects Supplies for Phoenix Elementary School District #1

Phoenix Elementary School District #1 is in the heart of Phoenix and has been educating students in Phoenix, AZ since 1871. Immersed in heritage of fostering each student with a life-long love for learning. Phoenix Element District #1 believes all children can and will succeed when they are provided with a great education. The district to achieve this has unique interests, by having technology accessible in each classroom, and encouraging every child to become self-confident, critical thinkers.

“Thank you again for supporting public education. Thank you for taking the time to write individual notes, to shop for meaningful gifts, and more importantly to value our profession! Please let the folks at Project Services & Messaging Management know that their donation was much appreciated!”

-Nadine Elise Gofonia
Director of Coaching Effectiveness

About Phoenix Elementary District #1

Phoenix Elementary School District #1 is in the heart of Phoenix and has been educating students in Phoenix, AZ since 1871. Immersed in heritage of fostering each student with a life-long love for learning. Phoenix Element District #1 believes all children can and will succeed when they are provided with a great education. The district to achieve this has unique interests, by having technology accessible in each classroom, and encouraging every child to become self-confident, critical thinkers

Posted on 8/18/2017