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There is a lead committee for implementing each UAA goal. The lead committee collaborates with other committees, Alumni association business plan members, individual USAID alumni, and others in planning and carrying out activities. The views of UAA members inform and guide the Board in the formulation, periodic revision, and implementation of this plan.
The UAA goals and projected implementing actions for build on the goals articulated for the alumni association business plan planning period and are summarized below. Expand, maintain, and enhance beneficial relationships with other organizations and facilitate opportunities for USAID alumni to inform audiences and communities about development and the role of the United States and USAID.
In furtherance of this goal, in UAA proposes to take the following actions: The UAA will also seek to identify audiences for speaking engagements in local schools, universities, and other institutions.
In UAA will: Undertake fundraising to finance the compilation and publication of the USAID history; Identify one or more authors, researchers, and an advisory board; Formalize arrangements with the Center for Global Development for a site for the work of researching, writing, and publishing the history; and Conduct extensive research, including the collection and organization of copies of USAID files retained by USAID alumni to fill gaps in the record and replace documents of historical significance that have been lost over the years.
UAA will apply recommendations from the evaluation of the Mentoring Program that should result in substantial improvements in the quality and impact of relationships to be established in the future Cohort 6.
This will include strengthened mentor training and monitoring, as well as stronger involvement by Bureau Coordinators in program management and mentee relationships. UAA will begin recruitment for the program Cohort 6 in September with the goal of program kick-off in November.
The next cohort will be smaller to facilitate higher quality selection, vetting, and monitoring of candidates on both sides of the equation. Facilitate contributions by alumni and sharing of information with respect to USAID policies and developments and trends in development cooperation.
UAA will organize discussion programs focused on current development issues of interest to alumni. To the extent possible, these programs will be recorded and made available for listening on the UAA website. UAA will continue to sponsor discussions of development-related books led by volunteer alumni members.
UAA will seek to identify at least one opportunity each year for a discussion program outside the Washington, DC area. UAA will include links to books, published research papers, and Perspectives by USAID alumni on its website and encourage commentary on the issues addressed.
Ascertain alumni interests on a continuing basis; expand UAA membership, including by adding new contributing members who reside outside the Washington area; increase opportunities for social events and interaction among alumni.
Early in each year UAA intends to conduct a survey of alumni interests and priorities for UAA programs and activities, as well as communications preferences. UAA will circulate each month a newsletter containing articles of interest to alumni residing inside and outside the Washington area, including alumni profiles and photos of membership events.
Goals for and will be 1, and 1, respectively. Efforts to expand membership will include: Maintaining a LinkedIn website for the UAA, promoting communication among alumni who wish to use their public service experience to advance global development.
UAA will continue to recognize each year at the AGM the contributions of outstanding USAID alumni who have provided significant post-retirement service in their communities or internationally. Finance and Administration Committee. UAA will maintain a high quality website to inform and engage the Association membership community.
The site will include such items as a calendar of events, articles, obituaries, employment opportunities, an alumni directory, and timely reports on UAA activities, including newsletters and audio recordings of events.
InUAA will review all of its systems and the scope of work of its part-time administrative assistant to determine whether that scope needs to be expanded to include additional functions currently dependent on volunteer membership efforts.
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