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Hnz Aab Volunteer Overview

  1. 1. Heinz College Alumni Association Board Overview<br />Drafted by Teresa Allison, AAB President<br />
  2. 2. Statement of Purpose<br />The purpose of the Alumni Association of the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management – Carnegie Mellon University (Heinz School Alumni Association) is to promote the interests of the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management of Carnegie Mellon University (the Heinz School) and its alumni as herein defined. <br />The Heinz School Alumni Association has as its primary objectives:<br />The promotion of communication among its members and between its membership and the Heinz School;<br />The provision of financial support for the Heinz School;<br />The promotion of employment and internship opportunities for alumni and students of the Heinz School;<br />The provision of feedback from alumni to the Heinz School regarding the policies and programs of the school;<br />The preservation and promotion of the Heinz School’s legacy of diversity;<br />The promotion of the name and programs of the Heinz School<br />
  3. 3. Committees:<br />Executive Committee<br />Nominating Committee<br />Communications Committee<br />Heinz College AAB Board Structure<br />Executive Committee<br />
  4. 4. AAB Board Member Composition<br />
  5. 5. AAB Terms<br />Officers & Committee Chairs – 2 years<br />Elected Members – 4 years<br />Ex Officio Members – Appointed<br />
  6. 6. AAB Board Member Commitments<br />Time Commitment<br />2 hours for each Monthly Meeting<br />24 hours for each of the Fall & Spring Meetings<br />8 hours of Project, Representation and/or Outreach Time per Month <br />168 hours per year<br />Provide Financial Support<br />Annual Donation<br />Annual IOF Donation<br />Represent the School<br />Alumni Website Profiles<br />Admissions Ambassador<br />Conduct Outreach Efforts<br />Network Nights<br />Welcome Events<br />Mentorship Program<br />LinkedIn Postings<br />
  7. 7. Current AAB Member Roster<br />2010<br />
  8. 8. Nomination and Election of DirectorsEven Numbered Years<br />March<br /><ul><li> AAB creates Nominating Committee
  9. 9. AAB nominates 14 members for web ballot for May election</li></ul>April<br /><ul><li> Nominations close 30 days from the date that the nomination form is received</li></ul>May<br /><ul><li> Elections are held with 14 AAB candidates for the election</li></ul>June<br /><ul><li> Ballots must be submitted with 30 days of the election start date
  10. 10. 7 candidates are chosen by the alumni as AAB members</li></ul>Fall<br /><ul><li> New AAB members begin terms at the AAB Fall Meeting held in either October or November.</li></li></ul><li>Nomination and Election of PresidentOdd- Numbered Years<br />AAB Fall Meeting<br />Members of the Executive Board (Officers and Committee Chairs) will solicit nominations from among themselves for a President-Elect.<br />AAB Spring Meeting<br />Members will select from the nominees a President-Elect (by a majority vote of those present). <br />The President-Elect will become the new President upon the completion of the term of the current President.<br />
  11. 11. AAB Elections Five Year Calendar<br />
  12. 12. 2010 AAB Projects<br />
  13. 13. AAB Member Scorecard<br />
  14. 14. What makes a great AAB Member?<br />Pride in the Heinz College<br />Leadership Skills <br />Ability to Represent & Advocate <br />Track Record of Executing Projects Successfully <br />Donates Time & Funds<br />

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