Meet Our Leader
We are an organization of expert staff and partners who have gravitated together from successful engagements in the Pacific Northwest, Chicago, Texas, California and Oregon. It is our passion to serve our clients with the highest quality and service possible, make it an enjoyable experience, and celebrate our team experience.
Cass Tang, PMP
and Founder of All Project Solutions, Cass Tang, PMP, is a nationally
known consultant with extensive background in leadership, engineering,
and management. As a professional with over 25 years of
experience in industry,
Cass helps reduce risk and increase profitability for organizations and partners in health care, education, non-profit, industry and commercial businesses. Cass specializes in executive coaching, training, and sharing her vast wealth of experience, lessons learned and heuristics. Cass is a Past-President of the Puget Sound Chapter of PMI, a lifelong volunteer in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and serves on the Washington State Board of Nursing (NCQAC).
ASME Member CASS TANG Inspects the lime kiln at the Weyerhaeuser
paper palnt. A project engineer at the pulp, paper and packaging
company in Tacoma, WA, Tang helped dispel community concerns about the
paper plant when it opened. See a story below on how lifelong
learning opportunities at ASME added to Tang's professional life.
Boeing Flight Test 737-400 (PV001) Brake Testing Team on remote
location in Roswell, NM. Brake testing without reverse thrusters
provided confidence in the ability to land in the event of reverse
Cass Tang checks guages on the protable air-compressor system as
part of the Todd Conservation initiative. Her recommendations to
install decentralized infrared gas heaters saved the shipyard from the
centralized steam energy losses where pipes were exposed to the
fluctuating tide levels.
Todd Shipyards during the construction period of building Fast
Frigate Guided Missiles for the US and Royal Australian Navy.
Cass was an Outside Machinist and later served Facilities and the
Mechanical Engineering Departments.
Cass represented Todd Shipyards when Seattle City Light request input on financial approaches for customers. Cass participated in the program that started in 1980 development of an energy management partnership with Seattle's commercial and industrial customers.
Cass served as construction project manager for Weyerhaeuser at pulp
mills for the Longview Modernization Project, the Columbus, Mississippi
Pulp Mill Construction Project, the Norh Carolina Y2K Project, and the
Research and Development Pulp Mill Modeling Project.
Cass was one of the first individuals to beta test the Prime Medusa
3-D digitizating system. This essentially eliminated the need for
1:10 scale paper forms for ship patterns.
Cass is a life-long volunteer with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers having served since 1981 as the University of Washington Student Chair, Regional VIII Board Member, International VP on Board of Minorities and Women, Futures Team, Ralph Coats Roa Award Committee, Committee on Rules.
Cass, as Director of QA and Project Management, taking her team to
dimsum via a beautiful Seattle park. Cass has provided 10 years
helping organizations build out project management processes.