2021 Elections for Open Board Positions in 2022

We have the following board positions open effective January 1, 2022 (each with a two year term).  
The nomination process will start in October, and the board election will be in November

Here is a general description of each open board position:

 

  • President: The President is responsible for the overall functioning of the Chapter and assuring that the Board works together as a team with dedication to achieving the Chapter vision, mission and objections. Furthermore, the president will serve as the primary spokesperson for the Chapter with IIBA GLOBAL as well as with other IIBA Chapters.

  • Director of Professional Development:The Director of Professional Development is responsible for defining and the delivery of content to the Membership in alignment with the mission of the Chapter. The content of these programs will promote the business analysis profession, skills, and certification through educational events and programs.

  • Director of Special Events: The Director of Special Events is responsible for organizing, 

  • planning, and leading events that fall outside normal responsibilities of other Directors.  This includes acting as primary liaison to the IBADD Chair and IBADD Committee and acting on behalf of the IBADD event prior to appointment of a Chair.

  • Director of Technology: The Director of Technology is responsible for the implementation, upkeep, and maintenance of Chapter’s technology along with support of the Membership’s use of Chapter technology.  This includes the website, email, file sharing/file archive, event management technology and streaming technology.

  • Director of Partnerships and Outreach: The Director of Partnerships and Outreach is responsible for the relationships with Chapter partners including commitment to event sponsorship, sponsorship benefits, and outreach to the community to promote business analysis and the CIC.

 

All board members are responsible for promoting our Chapter and various volunteer opportunities, etc.

 

What’s in it for me?

  • Take the opportunity to invest in yourself and help out a non-profit organization.

  • Network and build relationships with other Business Analysts across the central Iowa BA community.

  • Improve your BA and/or technical skills, as well as your leadership acumen. 

  • If you have earned your CCBA® or CBAP® certification, your hours serving our chapter can count towards your CDUs.


For more details regarding any of these open board positions please contact the Election Committee at elections@centraliowaiiba.org.

Are you interested in running for an IIBA® Central Iowa Chapter board position or do you know
someone that would be a great leader for one of these positions?