Welcome to the
National Alumni Association
Session
October Alumni Summit
NAA Planning Process
Goals
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NAA Planning Committee
Develop a shared vision of impact, a
strategy and work plan, and a structure,
roles, and responsibilities
Develop the leadership skills of this
emerging national group
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17 alumni from 8 sites
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Support from National staff
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Visioning and structure facilitation and
leadership development support from
Interaction Institute for Social Change
Sequencing
Planning
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(Mar. – May)
Initial vision
Draft roles &
responsibilities
Draft structure
& logistics
Support
needed from
YU
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Agree on
vision, roles
and
responsibilities
Input on
structure &
logistics
Oct. Summit
Planning
June Summit
Planning
(July-Sept)
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Agree on
vision, roles
and
responsibilities
Finalize
structure &
logistics
Identify
officers
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Launch NAA Roll out to
alumni, staff,
students
Get feedback
on NAA
purpose, vision
and work
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(Oct-Nov)
Finishing
touches on
structure
Identify Site
Reps and
Committee
Chairs
Get ready to
get busy
Leadership Development
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Rapidly growing alumni base
NAA Vision
Through the National Alumni
Association, Year Up alumni have a
powerful, collective voice that we are
using
• to support one another
• strengthen the Year Up community,
and
• contribute to closing the Opportunity
Divide.
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NAA Board: The Hub of our Network
NAA Board
OFFICERS*
COMMITTEE CHAIRS*
Professional Development
Finance and Fundraising
Feedback
Events and Programs
Communications
Chair-Elyse Beaubeouf
Vice Chair-Katrina Hill
Secretary-Margarita Polanco
Treasurer-Dallas Phinsee
SITE REPS
Core Sites
PTC Sites
*Executive Committee
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What’s Our Work?
Professional Development Committee
• Supporting alumni development and connections with CAS and YUPro
Finance and Fundraising Committee
• Identifying resources
Feedback
• National alumni survey
• Ways to gather feedback and support problem solving
Events and Programs
• Support local board to mobilize alumni to volunteer
Communications
• Create tools to connect alumni, share stories, facilitate dialogue
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Ways to get involved
Sign up for a committee
Volunteer at your site
Join the conversation
Accept the challenge
• National LinkedIn Alumni group – 115o members and growing quickly
• Social media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
• Alumni web sites – alumni have been developing site-specific web sites
• Follow up to forum on Ferguson
• Email us at ???
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