Carnegie Mellon University

AAB Nominations

Each year, the AAB chooses new members who are energetic and eager to contribute to the university and the global CMU alumni community. New members are chosen on a variety of factors, including current board representative needs (regional, decade, gender or college representation, for example), level of volunteer experience at both Carnegie Mellon and other organizations, consistency of giving to Carnegie Mellon and ability to contribute to the overall AAB mission.

NOMINATE AN AAB MEMBER

The following items must be submitted in order for a nomination packet to be considered complete:

● Completed nomination form
● A copy of the nominee’s resume, CV, LinkedIn profile, or similar professional summary
● 2 to 5 letters of recommendation (from individuals other than the nominator)

Nominations may be made at any time during the year, but the 2020 class will be chosen from nominations received by December 8, 2019.