Are you ready to stretch yourself in 2020? Board nominations now open
22 Oct 2019
As we come to the end of another busy year it’s time to reflect and reset for the year ahead. If you are looking to stretch yourself in 2020 joining the IABC Canberra Board could be just the thing.
Serving on the IABC Canberra Board is a great opportunity to grow your professional skills, build your personal network, and have the opportunity to contribute to the communication profession not just in Canberra but across the world.
We are looking for experienced communication professionals who have diverse skills, value contribution and enjoy working collaboratively with peers. Our 2019 Board is made up of communication leaders from the public and private sector, who specialise in strategic communication, internal, stakeholder and leadership communication, organisational change communication, marketing, design and digital.
With approximately 100 local members, IABC Canberra is the leading professional communication association in the capital. Operating for over 12 years, we coordinate and manage a series of professional development events and networking opportunities throughout the year that keep our members engaged and connected.
At a personal level joining the IABC Canberra Board provides an opportunity to:
- Contribute to the communication profession
- Gain non-profit Board experience – understand the organisational dynamics, etiquette and governance of a Board
- Grow your local and global network with leading communicators
- Build your professional brand
- Stretch yourself
To be eligible to nominate, you need to be a current IABC member. The positions and portfolios that are available for nomination include:
- Vice President
- Director of Memberships
- Director of Member Communication
- Director of Digital Communication
- Director of Events
- Director of Professional Development
- Board Member
Board nominations close at COB Monday 18 November 2019. The Board will be formally confirmed at our AGM on Thursday 21 November 2019.
Vice President, IABC Canberra