While SEA Change is a self-governed Community of Practice, the CoP also receives guidance from our Advisory Board. Advisory Board members focus on and advise in matters relating to the CoP strategic priorities. In practice this translates into supporting the development of strategic partnerships with other networks / organizations, advising towards the development of new growth priorities and the longer term strategic focus of the Community, and assisting in the development of related funding opportunities for the CoP.
The Advisory Board is designed to:
Advise in matters relating to the CoP strategic priorities
Provide a communication link between the SEA Change CoP and (possible) funders
Make recommendations which will address identified potential areas of development and growth
Assist in creating partnerships to address areas of development and growth
Increase the profile and presence of the Community in relevant events
Convene once every two months, or more often if needed, virtually and meet annually at a face-to-face meeting.
Click here to access the Advisory Board Terms of Reference.