Leonard Bidwell Stolba, AIA, PMP completed his B.A. in Fine  Arts from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, and his  second Bachelors degree in Architecture plus a Masters of Building  Engineering and Construction from the Massachusetts Institute of  Technology. He held the title of Principal Project Manager with Parsons  Brinckerhoff, an international consulting firm in planning, design, and  construction management.

Mr. Stolba has taught design, construction management, contracts and  contracts negotiation in addition to a fifteen module (thirty-hour)  curriculum in project management. He is currently an adjunct faculty of  the University of Phoenix, teaching "Introduction to Management,  Project Management, Quality Productivity and Critical Thinking". He is  certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project  Management Institute. Mr. Stolba recently authored "The Project  Manager's Primer", a text for beginning project managers. He is the  Senior Partner in Project Implementation & Training Associates  (PITA), a family-owned consulting firm. Mr. Stolba has been involved  with the Institute since its founding in 2000.