The UNITECH Alumni Association is managed by an elected council composes of Alumni from the network. These council members see to the consistent running of the network. Council member terms are two years long.
Represents the UAA to internal and external stakeholders, defines the Strategy, Objectives & Key Results (OKRs), leads the Council.
The UAA constitution serves as the foundation of activity across the UAA. The latest version can be found here for Alumni to reference.
Replaces the President in absence, is jointly responsible with the President for all strategic tasks, owns the foundational/core processes to run the UAA (Ways of Working, Onboarding processes, etc), owns the UAA GA timeline & agenda, and is the spokesperson for guidance & support within the UAA Active Community.
Owns the budget & accounts, all the figures figures/reports/statistics of our activities, the member database, the tools & technologies ("CIO"-role) and ensures UAA complies with the Constitution.
Owns the marketing, branding & communications strategy & assets (Website, Social Media, Email, CRM, etc) and the engagement and conversion results.
Owns the annual content calendar & global events to ensure the programme is coherent and drives maximum value across the ecosystem, leads the Project Management teams related to global events (e.g. Symposium, Cross-CP events, other global events, Innovation Platform).
Owns the Local Chapter annual calendar (Unitech promo events, Pre-AC events, local social events, local CP events) and ensures cross-fertilisation across Local Chapter initiatives. He/She is also the link to the LOCs. This role should be closest to individual members of the network in local hubs (through the LCCs).
Owns the relations between UAA and all strategic stakeholder groups (CPs, CAB, Student Representative, Honorary Alumni, Academic Program Directors), and drives initiatives that drive synergies through relationships & collaboration amongst stakeholder groups, such as the UAA events during the UTI program, Mentoring Program and the Corporate Partner Engagement Team. He/She should know best about who's who in our wider ecosystem and how to provide more value through building connections/networking/relationships.