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I'm working as a junior PM under someone 10 years my senior. Her LinkedIn profile claims that she has a PMP, though she does not use the title in email. I have heard complaints about her performance (lack of involvement, poor organization, delays to the project) from several VPs and managers.
I was curious as to how long ago she had her PMP so I looked her up in the credential database and found no entries for her. It's possible that she married and changed names, but I am beginning to suspect that some of her experience may have been stretched or falsified. We are in the consulting field and I am concerned that prospective clients may look her up the same way I did and reach the same conclusions.
Should I try and mention this to our manager? I thought I could casually mention the concerns about a client being unable to verify her experience and the possibility that she just needs to update her name in the PMI database.