CEU Alumni Leadership Forum 2012
Took place at Central European University, Budapest on May 10-12, 2012. This event was part of the 2012 CEU Alumni Reunion Weekend. Below, please find the Alumni Leadership Forum 2012 minutes, presentations, downloads and more. For questions and more information, please contact Szilvi.
About the Alumni Leadership Forum
The Alumni Leadership Forum is an annual initiative by and for CEU alumni volunteers and chapter leaders. This event brings together alumni and friends from all over the world to share experiences and learn from each other about building vibrant alumni communities all over the world.
This event is an opportunity for active alumni volunteers to meet the CEU Rector, network and learn about various exciting resources and initiatives available to them at CEU. The list of alumni chapter benefits includes the Alumni Chapter Grant Program, workshops on alumni leadership worldwide and much more.
Forum 2012: Sustainable Growth
The theme of the 2012 forum was "Sustainable Growth." In light of the constantly growing numbers of CEU alumni, and thereby the alumni network's potential to influence the life of the university, the program of this 3-day forum aimed to address how the CEU Alumni Association could capitalize on the growth of the alumni community efficiently and effectively.
Through a series of workshops, seminars and team building activities, a team of 18 alumni chapter leaders took creative approaches to addressing the needs and interests of their local groups and networks.
The 2012 Alumni Leadership Forum included never-before-done team-building activities, such as the Alumni Leaders' Bowling Cup, interactive fundraising workshop and an organic lunch with the CEU President.
For questions and comments, please contact Szilvia Molnar.
CEU Alumni Chapter
|Valentyna Afanasieva (HIST '05)||Estonia||Embassy of Ukraine in Estonia|
|Angelina Atanasova (DPP '11)||Bulgaria||Representation of the European Parliament|
|Kumar Bekbolotov (POLS '04)||Kyrgyzstan||Soros Foundation|
|Viktoria Csozik (BUSI '06)||Hungary||UNHCR|
|Zuzana Dudova (IRES '08)||Czech Republic||Czech Forum for Development Cooperation|
|Dijana Erakovic (POLS '10)||Croatia||PhD, Luiss University|
Aida Ghazaryan (LEGS '00)
|Ana Gurau (DPP '11)||Hungary||BalCon|
|Aida Ibričević (ECON '00)||Turkey||Istanbul Bilgi Universitesi|
|Irina Kotkina (HIST '02)||Russia||Russian State University of Humanities|
|Ledi Lapaj (IRES '08)||Albania||Albtelekom|
|Liudmila Liutsko (ENVS '97)||Spain||University of Barcelona|
|Vahagn Muradyan (IRES '03)||Armenia/Slovakia||UNDP Regional Center|
|Sarah Nedolast (IRES '98)||USA||The World Bank|
|Timur Onica (IRES '07)||Moldova||East Europe Foundation|
|Martin Pechijareski (POLS '11)||Macedonia||Institute for Social Democracy "Progress"|
|Dilyara Teshebaeva (IRES '08)||Kazakhstan||WHO|
|Elena Zhidkova (HIST '96)||Russia||Samara Municipal Museum|