Board Openings

Board Director Openings

Director of Partnerships & Sponsorships

Description: The Director of Partnerships & Sponsorships will design and implement a partnership and sponsorship strategy.  The strategy’s overarching goal will be to identify, contact and develop our relationship with partners such as other alumni clubs in the area and with sponsors that will underwrite our events.  The Partnerships & Sponsorships Director will also be responsible for coordinating tasks related to Giving Day and for maintaining ongoing relationships with Columbia University Alumni Club of Northern California(CUACNC) partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Design outreach and relationship development strategy with potential partners and sponsors
  • Establish and report on quarterly goals for growing and maintaining partner and sponsor relationships, including those with current CUACNC partners and sponsors.
  • Build out and maintain a system to track and engage with club partners and sponsors.
  • Attend monthly board meetings.
  • Assist in the planning of events upon request where partnerships & underwriting are applicable.
  • Attend 1 event a quarter.

Estimated commitment: 5 hours a month

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Director of Social Media 

Description: The Director of Social Media is responsible for producing a seamless social media experience for all of the 35,000 Columbia alumni in the Bay Area.   The dissemination and publishing of CUACNC’s programming and events across a variety of social media platforms, including Eventbrite, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Canva, and others as deemed fit.  The first goal of the Director of Social Media would be to get a high percentage (over 50%) of Bay Area Columbia Alumni connected to the CUACNC on at least 1 or more social media platforms.  The ongoing responsibility for the Director of Social Media is to post content, provided by the appropriate director(s) relating to each of the events or other notices that CUACNC produces. 

Responsibilities:

  • Obtain credentials for or create CUACNC accounts on Eventbrite, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Canva, and others as deemed fit
  • Create and maintain a social media content calendar 
  • Manage CUACNC content on each of the platforms
  • Correspond and communicate with the other Directors to support events before, during and after the event occurs by posting Director-provided content
  • Attend monthly board meetings.
  • Recruit additional volunteer leads to help support your role as director
  • Attend 2 events a quarter.

Estimated commitment: 3-6 hours a month.

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Director of Entrepreneurship

Description: The Director of Entrepreneurship leads programming focused on the local technology industry, venture capitalism, startups, and corporate innovation. 

Example of events: Entrepreneurship events are usually between 75-100 people. 

  • Startup showcase of Columbia University startups 
  • Fireside Chats (e.g. Netflix founder) 

Responsibilities: 

  • Present a strategic plan focused on entrepreneurship in the Bay Area and report on the impact of the plan on a quarterly basis.
  • Attend monthly board meetings. 
  • Plan and host 2 events twice a year focused on entrepreneurship in the Bay Area. Events can be anywhere in the Bay Area region. 
  • Partner with Columbia affiliated groups (e.g. CVC) to execute on events
  • Recruit additional volunteer leads to help support your role as director
  • Attend 3 events a quarter (including the event you plan)

Estimated commitment: 10 hours per event.

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Director of Social Events, South Bay/SF

Description: The Director of Social Events will own the development of programming in their region. Social events form the foundation of the alumni community. The person in this role will provide consistency around recurring social events such as: 

  • Guided networking
  • Dinners
  • Hikes

Responsibilities: 

  • Present a strategic plan focused on social events events in the Bay Area and report on the impact of the plan on a quarterly basis.
  • Attend monthly board meetings. 
  • Plan and host 2 events twice a year focused on entrepreneurship in the Bay Area. Events will be regionally focused.
  • Partner with Columbia affiliated groups (e.g. CVC) to execute on events
  • Recruit additional volunteer leads to help support your role as director
  • Attend 3 events a quarter (including the event you plan)

Apply here

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  • Sarah Segal
    published this page in About 2019-04-03 10:14:36 -0700