Shawn Belling

Senior Technology Executive and Project Management Professor/Consultant. at Wisconsin School of Business


Wisconsin School of Business

Shawn is a Senior Consultant with Farwell Project Advisors LLC and adjunct faculty with UW–Madison and UW-Platteville. Prior to joining Farwell in July 2017, Shawn was VP - Development and Support, and VP – Professional Services for CloudCraze Commerce (enterprise eCommerce software built on Salesforce). Shawn brings 25 years of project and program management experience to his passion for teaching, research and consulting for businesses, universities and professional organizations.

Shawn has presented at PMI Global Congresses in Sydney, Orlando, Melbourne and Phoenix and at many PMI chapter and SeminarsWorld events. In 2010, Shawn was a visiting professor for a Taiwan cohort for International University of Monaco. Shawn is published in various project management proceedings and publications.

Shawn is certified by PMI as a Project Management Professional and Agile Certified Practitioner, and has a Master of Science in Project Management degree from University of Wisconsin – Platteville. Shawn was awarded a PMI Kerzner Scholarship in 2008. Shawn is also a Certified Scrum Professional (Scrum Alliance).

Shawn is a member of PMI at the national level, a member of Wisconsin’s South-Central (Madison) PMI chapter, and was a founding officer of North-East Wisconsin’s PMI chapter.


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