Executives

IEEE Executives and their functions

STUDENT BRANCH COUNSELOR

The Student Branch Counselor is a University or College faculty member, and active IEEE Member, who serves as an adviser to the Branch. The Counselor lends a sense of continuity and is a key individual whose participation is vital to the success of a Branch. The Branch Counselor is appointed by the local Section Chair, upon the recommendation of the Student Members and the Regional SAC Chair (RSAC), and serves with the approval of the Department Head. In addition to a vibrant and good working rapport with the student Officers, Read more...

PRESIDENT

As the Chief Executive Officer, the President works with the IEEE Board of Directors, the Executive Director and staff to guide IEEE in fulfilling its mission and adhering to the IEEE Strategic Plan and to otherwise carry out the duties and responsibilities assigned by the Board of Directors. By tradition, the President is the senior public spokesperson for IEEE, representing IEEE in both ceremonial and substantive roles in public forums and in interactions with other organizations. Read more...

VICE-PRESIDENT

The Student Branch Vice-President is the junior Executive Officer who; in the absence of the President, presides and performs such tasks as are assigned by the IEEE Board or as may be specified in the Bylaws. He/she should help the Student Branch President Chair with the workload, oversee some of the subcommittees, and manage some Read more...

SECRETARY

The Secretary is the lifeblood of the organization as official information and correspondence flows through this person. As Secretary, you are to record all relevant and vital information at the meetings and are chiefly responsible for the reports, publicity, and matters of that nature. You should be able to take quick accurate and concise notes as your position is almost as important as the Chair’s.
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TREASURER

The Treasurer is responsible for maintaining the financial accounts of the Branch. Since final approval of a project may depend on the finances available, it is imperative that all records be kept current and as accurate as possible. The treasurer shall: Read more...

RESEARCH CHAIR

This is one of our main sources of information dissemination avenues for the IEEE. You should be have good written English skills and be able to edit other’s work for the purpose of publishing articles, advertisements, and letters. IEEE Newsletter Editor shall: Read more...

MEMBERSHIP CHAIR

As Membership Committee Chair, you are responsible for actively recruiting new members and renewals, maintaining the membership email listservs, keeping an updated copy of the membership list, and resolve members’ questions about member benefits. The Membership Committee Chair shall: Read more...

PROFESSIONAL DEV. CHAIR

The Professional Development Committee provides leadership in enhancing the public image and status of the electrical, electronics, and computer industry. This committee encourages the sections to develop continuing education programs for the professional engineers by working with the local chapters. The Professional Development Read more...

ACTIVITY CHAIR

Having different operating committees can help sustain a balanced, broad-reaching program of activities. By having several committees, you can also involve more of your student members in the planning and leadership responsibilities. Read more...

PUBLIC REL. CHAIR

As the Public relationship Chair, your main goal will be to act as a liaison between the IEEE Student Branch and the community. You will in essence be the philanthropic arm of the student branch. To fulfill these duties, Read more...

WEB & MEDIA CHAIR

As Web & Media Chair, you are responsible for advertising all Branch activities. This may also involve public relations with non-S&T faculties and the general public. The Web & Media Committee Chair shall: Read more...