Lending Expertise to the Council’s Leaders
The Council’s Board of Advisors is a volunteer committee that provides advice to the Council’s Board of Governors on a quarterly basis. The board brings together experienced members of the business, nonprofit, higher education, and foreign policy communities to ensure the Council’s scholarly, philanthropic, and professional development programs are an effective resource for members and the general public.
The Council is currently forming the first advisory board. Members will be drawn from five general groups:
- Representatives of the Council’s partner organizations;
- Faculty advisors from chapters of the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority;
- Representatives of the national organization for the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority;
- University representatives; and
- Individual volunteers who can contribute to the Board by virtue of their background, experience, or institutional affiliations.
Volunteers do not need a Delta Phi Epsilon affiliation to participate in the Board.
The Board of Adviser’s main role for the 2018-2019 period will be to assist the Council’s leadership in developing a strategic plan. The plan will map the Society’s growth for the medium term and provide tools to measure the Council’s progress and leadership performance.
Board members sit for one-year terms, which may be renewed.
To be considered for the Board of Advisors, individual volunteers should be nominated by two Council members. To submit a nomination, please use the form linked in the column to the right (requires login).