Applications now open for EEUK Committees

Applications now open for EEUK Committees

EEUK is supported by a number of committees with specific responsibilities, all of which make a valuable contribution to the successful operations of the organisation. Serving on an EEUK committee is a great opportunity to raise your profile within the enterprise education community, and to network with other EE professionals.

The committees are populated by volunteers from our community of EEUK Associates; that is, any employee of our Member organisations that identifies with our purpose of enabling excellence in enterprise education and start-up support.

We are now pleased to announce that applications are being welcomed for two of our committees.

Nominations and Representation Committee

Chair: Megan Powell Vreeswijk

This committee supports the election of EEUK Directors and the appointment of EEUK Associates to the Advisory Council and the Board’s Sub-committees. It is also responsible for monitoring equality, diversity and inclusion across the organisation and its committees. There are four places on the committee for EEUK Associates, and there are currently four vacancies.

Governance and Risk Committee

Chair: Steve Aicheler

As well as supporting the governance of EEUK and overseeing its financial performance, this committee is responsible for the environmental impact of our organisation and activities, and the relationships we have with strategic partners. Members will also be involved with business development activity to support the growth of EEUK. There are three places on this committee for EEUK Associates and there are currently 2 vacancies. We are particularly interested to hear from EEUK Associates with experience in risk management, charity/CIC governance or financial management.

To apply for any vacancies for EEUK Associates please complete the Committee Nomination Form, selecting the group you are interested in. If you are interested in more than one group, you will need to submit for each group that you’d like to be considered for.