Programming Director, Business Breakfasts
Posted by Cornell Club of Los Angeles on 04/22/2019
Nomination start -
Nomination end -
Process for Filling Position:
Open (Volunteers self-identify)
Number of Seats:
Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States
Summary of Position
The business breakfast programming director for CCLA is responsible for planning and hosting networking breakfasts focused on a business topic. These events typically feature an alum speaker and can cover a wide range of topics.
Additionally, all board members are responsible for attending board meetings and providing input and guidance on the direction of the Cornell Club of Los Angeles, one of the largest and most active Cornell alumni clubs in the U.S.
Expectation is that you organize no less than 1 event per calendar quarter, though more are ideal for building our community.
Talent Expectations: Skills
Speak to Groups
It is important that directors are able to speak in board meetings and share thoughts and ideas with the board. Although public speaking is not mandatory, it is helpful to have a comfort level in speaking to their constituents. The ability to share a clear message of welcome and inclusion is important in both speaking and communicating via email.
Serve on a Committee or Board
Directors should attend and participate in meetings for the Cornell Club of Los Angeles. They should also provide support for activities and functions.
Directors should represent Cornell at any Cornell Club Event they plan or attend.
Kate Van Dalsem
Volunteer Position Title:
Associate Director, West Coast Engagement and Cornell Silicon Valley
Average Time Commitment:
Term of Office:
Number of terms in Office:
No hiatus required
Meeting Attendance Required?
Off Campus Location:
Determined by region.
Meetings per year:
Other Meeting Details:
CCLA typically meets every other month, but may call special meetings as needed.
Yearly Philanthropic Expectation:
Make a gift to Cornell at a level of individual comfort
Alumni Trustee Election
Vote in the annual trustee election