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ACES Alumni Association. College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of ACES Structure. Where does the ACES Alumni Association fit into the College?. ACES Advancement IL 4-H Foundation Alumni Relations Marketing.

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    1. ACES Alumni Association College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    2. College of ACES Structure Where does the ACES Alumni Association fit into the College? • ACES Advancement • IL 4-H Foundation • Alumni Relations • Marketing

    3. ACES Alumni Association History • College of Agriculture Alumni Association • Began in 1956 • Supporters believed that such an organization could effectively promote student enrollments, to foster college wide programs and activities, and provide a system for alumni recognition, gifts, and endowments. Above all, the organization was needed to help renew alumni "spirit" and pride in the past history and accomplishments of the College. • Meeting participants also expressed a need for renewed College and alumni spirit and an improved capability to lobby for increased College funding and badly needed capital improvements. • School of Human Resources and Family Studies Alumni Association • Began in 1974 - The first meeting of the Home Economics Alumni Association was held, Saturday morning, November 9, 1974, Student Lounge, Bevier Hall. Many changes were taking place that called for support of alumni during this time: • The Department of Home Economics changed from a Department to a School status, new name. • Financial support was needed. State Funds available for new or replacement equipment, and money for expenses had decreased. Giving by alumni and friends of the School became increasing important and necessary in order to maintain a continued degree of excellence in education. • Student recruitment and job placement of graduates was a concern for both faculty and alumni. • Merger • In 2006, the ACES Alumni Association celebrated the 50th anniversary with the Agriculture and Home Economics Alumni Association merging in 1995 to become the College of ACES Alumni Association. More History available on website – under About Us

    4. ACES Alumni Association • MISSION STATEMENT: • To enhance, support, and communicate the mission of the college and to provide and foster a lifelong connection among alumni and between the college and its alumni. • ACES Alumni Association Facts • The ACES Alumni Association is a constituent association of the University of • Illinois Alumni Association (UIAA) • Celebrated 50 years as an alumni association in 2006-2007 • Many of our alumni graduated from both • College of Agriculture • School of Human Resources and Family Studies • Associations merged in 1991 to form ACES Alumni Association • Total # Members • ACES Alumni – 31,122 alumni • See additional demographics

    5. ACES Alumni Association Facts Total Living Alumni: 31, 122 Male—16,868 (54%) Female—14,254 (46%) Top 5 Illinois Counties Cook 2811 (9%) Champaign 2105 DuPage 1162 Lake 766 McLean 533 Top 5 Occupations Retired 2106 Agriculture 883 Business/Management 855 Education 591 Finance/Insurance 425 Alumni by Age 20-30 4,588 31-40 4,939 41-50 6,289 51-60 6,399 (21%) 61-70 3,829 71+ 5,078 31% young alumni (under 40) 79% - 40+ years old Top 5 Employers University of IL 424 Monsanto 75 Caterpillar, Inc. 48 ADM 43 State Farm 41 Top 5 International India 86 Canada 67 Taiwan 45 Korea 44 Australia 29 Count by Graduating Years 1900-1930 90 1931-1940 444 1941-1950 1,384 1951-1960 2,868 1961-1970 3,541 1971-1980 6,055 1981-1990 6,210 1991-2000 5,436 2001-2010 5,094

    6. ACES Alumni Association Alumni Association Board Initiatives 2007-2009 • Student Recruitment • Jr. College Transfer Student Recruitment • Student recruitment for entering Freshman class • Sponsor events for students on campus (ie. Feed your fACES) • Continue involvement with Student Advancement Committee • Advocacy • Continue to advocate for the University of Illinois and College of ACES to local and federal legislators. • ie. University of Illinois Extension, C-FAR • Work with Illinois Connection • Outreach • C-FAR & Extension Partners • Engage International Alumni • Expand district alumni events • Engage Chicago alumni through events and activities.

    7. ACES Alumni Association ACES Alumni Board of Directors • Executive Board – 5 members • District Directors – 8 members • Two-year terms • Those directors representing odd numbered districts are elected in odd numbered years; those representing even numbered districts are elected in even numbered years • Vocational Directors – 7 members • Two-year terms • ACE, Ag Eng, Crop Sci, An Sci – elected in odd numbered years • FSHN, NRES, HCD elected in even numbered years • Young Alumni Directors – 2 members • Chicago Director and Illinois Director • Extension Director – 1 member – NEW in 2008-2009 • International Director – 1 member - NEW in 2008-2009 • Liaison members – Extension Partners/C-FAR/SAC

    8. ACES Alumni Association ACES Alumni Board of Directors • Board Terms • 1 term = 2 years. Maximum of 3 terms = 6 years • Executive Board members exempt from terms • Ex-officio Voting Member • Vice Chair Alumni Relations Student Advancement Committee • Ex-offico Non Voting Members • Dean of College of ACES • Associate Dean for Advancement • Director of Alumni Relations • Nomination and Selection Process • Nominees are asked to complete an application process, nominating committee reviews and selects. Applications are available online. • Committees • Nominating, Initiative Groups, Awards, Endowment – or as needed.

    9. ACES Alumni Association Alumni Association Executive Committee Greg Oltman President Angie Eckert Past President John Huston Vice President Tara Anderson Treasurer Bill Francis Secretary

    10. ACES Alumni Association Alumni Association District Directors Kris Lauritzen District 1 Leo Kelly District 2 Kenny Eathington District 3 Bill Francis District 4 Katheryne Rehberg District 5 Jerry Wallace District 6 Roger Sanders District 7 Ken Hayse District 8

    11. ACES Alumni Association District 1 – Boone, Carroll, DeKalb, JoDaviess, Kane, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Stephenson, Whiteside, Winnebago District 2 – Cook, DuPage, Lake District 3 – Bureau, Fulton, Hancock, Henderson, Henry, Knox, Marshall, McDonough, McLean, Mercer, Peoria, Putnam, Rock Island, Stark, Tazewell, Warren, Woodford District 4 – Grundy, Iroquois, Kankakee, Kendall, LaSalle, Livingston, Will District 5 – Adams, Brown, Cass, DeWitt, Logan, Macon, Mason, Menard, Morgan, Moultrie, Piatt, Pike, Sangamon, Schuyler, Scott District 6 – Champaign, Douglas, Ford, Vermilion District 7 – Alexander, Bond, Calhoun, Christian, Clinton, Fayette, Greene, Jackson, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Perry, Randolph, St. Clair, Union, Washington District 8 – Shelby, Coles, Edgar, Clark, Cumberland, Effingham, Jasper, Crawford, Clay, Richland, Lawrence, Marion, Wayne, Jefferson, Franklin, Williamson, Johnson, Pulaski, Massac, Hamilton, Saline, Pope, Edwards, White, Gallatin, Hardin, Wabash

    12. ACES Alumni Association District Directors Roles • Represent College of ACES in geographical region • Coordinate a social or professional event in the geographical region every year • Work with Alumni Director on location and time of year. • Special Events Associate Director will coordinate logistics. • Alumni Director coordinates invitations, online registration, program for event. • District Director hosts event at location. • Meet with area extension county directors during their regional advisory council meetings to develop a more coordinated approach to conduct district alumni meetings. In addition, assist the regional extension county directors in their professional efforts. • Contact for generating student interest in the UI from within their district and encouraging prospective students to attend UI • Assist Office of Advancement in identifying individuals who possess a philanthropic interest. • Assist with overall mission of the ACES Alumni Association through various events and activities sponsored by the association.

    13. ACES Alumni Association Alumni Association Vocational Directors Susan Sutherland Ag & Consumer Economics Curt Rincker Animal Sciences Sue Gray Crop Sciences Brian Wills Ag & Bio Engineering Lindsay Lynch Human & Community Development Carl Quanstrom Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences Dawn Bohn Food Science & Human Nutrition

    14. ACES Alumni Association Vocational Directors Roles • Liaison between Board of Directors and Department • Serve as an ex-officio member of the Department’s Advisory Committee • Provide updates on the activities and programs in the department • Solicit award nominations from Department head • Serve as a resource for programmatic activities by identifying prospective speakers for student clubs and organizations within the department • Assist with overall mission of the ACES Alumni Association through various events and activities sponsored by the association.

    15. ACES Alumni Association Alumni Association Young Alumni Directors & Board Liaisons Vivek Damle International Director Mumbai, India Tara Anderson Young Alumni - Chicago Linda Smith Extension Director Kirk Builta Young Alumni John Huston C-FAR/Extension Partners Liaison Brittany Powers Student Advancement Committee Member

    16. ACES Alumni Association Young Alumni and Liaison Roles Directors Roles • Young Alumni Directors • Focus on fostering and building a relationship with undergraduates in the College of ACES and the alumni association • Ensure that the alumni association is present at Freshman Welcome, Shadowing Program, and Senior Welcome • International Director • Represent the College of ACES in home country and internationally • Assist alumni board in understanding needs to engage international alumni • Extension Director • Serve as a liaison to University of Illinois Extension program • Vice President of Alumni Affairs, Student Advancement Committee • Serve as liaison to student body of the College of ACES • C-FAR & Extension Partner Liaisons

    17. ACES Alumni Association Finances Budget consists of income from: • ACES Alumni Endowment (approx. $2000 per year) • University of Illinois Alumni Association • Event income • ACES Advancement

    18. ACES Alumni Association University of Illinois Alumni Association • ACES Alumni Association is a constituent group of the University of Illinois Alumni Association. Provide line budget item to ACES to assist with funding. • New Membership Model July 1, 2008 the new UIAA Membership Model took affect making all alumni members of the University of Illinois Alumni Association. • Illinois Connection — Illinois Connection a coalition of University alumni, business, civic and community leaders and others interested in the University of Illinois. Through a grassroots network, Illinois Connection Ambassadors engage in a full range of strategies and activities designed to enhance internal and external support for the University of Illinois. Ambassadors serve as advocates working with elected officials on specific issues of importance to the University and in general, Ambassadors promote a greater understanding of the impact the University has on the state, nation and the world.

    19. ACES Alumni Association Alumni Award Recognition Opportunities • ACES Alumni Association Awards • Award of Merit— Due October 15 of each year • Young Alumni Awards • Family Spirit Awards • University of Illinois Association Awards- Due September 30 each year • Alumni Achievement Award • Distinguished Service Award • Alumni Humanitarian Award • Constituent Leadership Award • Lou Liay Spirit Award for Extraordinary Alumni Service • Loyalty Award for Exceptional Alumni Service • Chicago Illini of the Year Award • Madhuri and Jagdish N. Sheth International Alumni Award for Exceptional Achievement • Illini Comeback Award— Due January 31 of each year Applications online at

    20. ACES Alumni Association Important Events to attend and support throughout the year: • ACES Alumni Board Meetings and Retreat – very important to attend! • New Student Welcome (August/September) – Young Alumni Directors • Feed Your fACES (September)** • ACES College Connection (October/November) • Salute to Ag Day (October/November) • JBT Banquet – invited to attend (December)** • Award of Merit Luncheon (April) • Funk Banquet (April) • District Events held in your area of the state or vocational area. (Throughout the year) • Other events as designated by the ACES Alumni Association. **in conjunction with ACES Alumni Board meeting

    21. ACES Alumni Association Communication IS CRUCIAL! • As board members, Email is the main form of communication with the alumni association board and staff. Email is critical between meetings. • Secure area on ACES Alumni Association website for board members – under Board area. • Meeting agendas, minutes, etc. • Log in by typing in email address and a password will be sent to you. Other forms of communication to alumni: • Always Illinois – an online social networking group – only Illinois alumni and student community • Facebook and Linked In Pages • FACETS Newsletter – sent 1-2 times per year to all alumni • Monthly E-Alum Report – sent to 9,000 email addresses • Alumni Website • District Event mailings/email invitations

    22. ACES Alumni Association Preparation for Board Meetings Executive Committee • Meets to plan agenda and meetings via teleconference prior to meeting date. Vocational Directors • Meet with Department Head to provide update on vocational department – news, faculty/staff updates, programming efforts, student news, etc. • Prepare a written update for consent agenda for each meeting sent via email to Alumni Director at least 1 week in advance for meetings. District Directors & Liaison Directors • Prepare a written update for consent agenda for each meeting sent via email to Alumni Director at least 1 week in advance for meetings. • If items need to be brought forward for agenda, contact Alumni Director and President of Association for inclusion 1-2 weeks prior to meeting. • Participate in meetings for input and discussion!

    23. ACES Alumni Association Thank you! Questions?