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Editorial Advisory Committee

Drawing from diverse sources of expertise, the editorial advisory committee will spearhead the direction of the editorial content produced and presented to meet the needs of the business analysis (BA) community. Specifically, providing editorial input to ensure the accuracy and relevancy of content shared by IIBA®.  In addition, the advisory committee will serve to influence the future direction of IIBA content through new ideas and innovation. 

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IIBA Global Mentoring Program Social Media Lead

The IIBA Global Mentoring Program Social Media Lead will operate under the program leadership to develop and execute a communications approach using preferred social media platforms (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, other as approved) to promote the Mentoring Program to the global business analysis community.


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Regional Director - India

The Regional Director for India is a volunteer position. This position is the liaison between Chapters and IIBA International for Chapters in the region. The Regional Director is to lead the community of Chapter Leaders from within and be the communication conduit between IIBA and the Chapter Leadership within the region. The Regional Director represents the voice of IIBA when speaking to Chapters and the voice of Chapters when speaking to IIBA.  
 
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Deputy Regional Director - India

The Deputy Regional Director for India is a volunteer position that reports to the Regional Director.  This position provides an opportunity for professional development and will allow you to develop your leadership skills as you work to engage with the local Chapters in India. 

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Volunteer Opportunity for Quick Tips and Best Practices Articles

IIBA is offering opportunities for you to share and publish your tips, experience, and knowledge of business analysis. 
 
IIBA is seeking contributors to both Quick Tips™ and Best Practices for Better Business Analysis™. 
 
Quick Tips are nuggets of knowledge that provide immediate, practical advice to business analysts. They are a short, frequently informal, exchange of information between business analyst professionals. 
 
Best Practices for Better Business Analysis™ articles provide techniques, thoughts, and experiences that have a direct and immediate impact on the reader’s practice of business analysis. Best Practices for Better Business Analysis articles are more formal and reviewed by a panel of peers to prior to publication.