Member Advisory Council (MAC)
The results are in, you’ve spoken and we’re pleased to announce the first ever Member Advisory Council (MAC) representatives. All 24 MAC nominees received a clear majority of ‘yes’ votes which means all 24 are appointed to the MAC.
The MAC will exist to represent our members’ views, needs and requirements. We’re confident that uniting an even mix of like-minded, passionate EAUC members will allow us to critically evaluate, challenge and debate whether our members are truly at the heart of our work.
With nearly 170 individual EAUC Members voting over a two week period, it’s clear that you are content that these nominees will represent you fairly and carry out these duties confidently and with vigour. Thank you to everyone who voted.
The fact that each nominee received such a strong ‘yes’ vote (all nominees received over 88% ‘yes’ votes), shows your respect for the role they play in their institution/organisation and the vision they have for the EAUC and the MAC.
We’re delighted that the final MAC make-up is representative of our whole membership base with a proportional split of Educational Members, Company Members and Strategic Partners. This allows us to be confident that the insight gained from the MAC represents all of our members - this really was crucial. The voting turnout by Member type also confirms that all of our Members have a voice and they are using it to have their say on these important initiatives.
- Number of individuals voted - 169
- Voting turnout - 5.18%
Voters by Member type:
- Educational Member - 83.43%
- Company Member - 8.88%
- Strategic Partner - 7.69%
The MAC held its first face to face meeting on Tuesday 13 September 2011 at the University of Birmingham.
We’ll update you regularly on MAC activity on our website and in our newsletters. We’ll also store all meeting agendas and minutes so you can always keep up to date.
Get in touch
We welcome EAUC Members to get involved as the MAC is here as your voice. If you have any ideas or would like to raise a topic for discussion, please get in touch: