Opportunity for Duke alumni to: Re-imagine the possibilities Invest in the future Activate our network of Duke alumni on a global scale Meet the needs of the new generation Build upon our success and engagement with alumni
1.Build an agile and dynamic Alumni Network platform 2.Establish a consistent, inclusive, and Powerful Regional Presence 3.Strengthen our Investment in Education--the Concept of Forever Learning 4.Deepen Alumni Engagement with Students and With One Another 5.Create a Signature Campus Home for Duke Alumni and Visitors
Gain alignment and involvement of DAA Board and secure BOT approval of 2020 strategic plan Successful rollout and implementation of new Duke Alumni Network Successful design, approval and construction start of new alumni and visitors center that meets programmatic and strategic goals Create a regional structure, investment and development plan that defines what success looks like for our regions Embrace diversity and affinity groups in all of our efforts Volunteer development (engage) On campus and regional programming (connect) Awards (celebrate) Define the opportunity for alumni career development focused on engagement including student/alumni mentoring, young alumni and student connections Assist in implementation of forever learning programs each as on-line learning, DAE expansion, WF and service learning while evaluating and developing plan for new opportunities such as Leadership Institute and Duke Forward 2.0 (Davos)
Do the people’s business Much to be done in committees and task forces to achieve our goals Connect and engage with each other Networking Dine around Experience the Duke of Today first hand The Amazing Race Forever Learning Jay Bilas Peter Feaver See the vision and opportunity President Brodhead Engage with regional leadership
Strategic Planning Task Force Staffing Send-off Parties Duke Proceed Fall Events
Discretely placed within existing campus context and the Forlines House remains a prominent architectural icon at the campus gateway; Takes advantage of the forested site; Creates a courtyard with Forlines for an outdoor event space; Optimizes connection between meeting and event spaces on first floor with the site program; Emphasizes the pedestrian nature of campus; Uses the topography to create a useful lower level for services and ancillary program.