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Concordia University Alumni Association

In partnership with University Advancement, the Concordia University Alumni Association (CUAA) provides support and programming tailored for alumni to benefit from and contribute to the Concordia community and its reputation.

New board members are recuited yearly. For more information on the nomination process, contact Anais.Loriston@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Board and Volunteer Management.

Regional chapters

Promote the university’s vision, mission and values and build Concordia’s network through a community of engaged volunteers around the globe. Organize volunteer-driven events and assist with activities organized by the Alumni Relations office.

For more information contact Kristina.Ramsay@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Global Networks.

John Molson School of Business Alumni Chapter (JMAC)

Unite and strengthen the John Molson School alumni community by fostering the personal and professional development of its members and by cultivating a mutually beneficial lifelong relationship between alumni and their alma mater. Chapter executives support the mission by organizing events, promoting university news on social media and being strong ambassadors of Concordia.

For more information, contact Nida.Siddiqui@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Faculty Liaison

Gina Cody School Alumni Chapter

Establish and maintain a link with all Gina Cody School graduates, Concordia University and the community at large. This includes engaging in activities that encourage giving back to the university by mentoring, participating in professional events and promoting Concordia news on social media.

For more information, contact Nida.Siddiqui@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Faculty Liaison

CU Cares

A collaboration between University Advancement and the Concordia LIVE Centre, CU Cares connects students, faculty, staff and alumni with volunteer opportunities at local community organizations. Openings include both in-person and virtual support, are on an episodic basis, and vary in length and commitment.

For more information, contact Alana.Mota@concordia.ca, Junior Coordinator, Events.

Queer Alumni Network

Committee members should be alumni, faculty, staff, students, who identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community. We seek diversity in committee composition and we are currently seeking students and young alumni to join the committee.  

Our primary objective is to host an event at Homecoming, manage the Queer Concordia Facebook group and act as allies and ambassadors to the university.

For more information, contact Melanie.Gudgeon@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Reunions and Athletics.

Young Alumni Council

Help create programming and initiatives for alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years to strengthen their relationship with Concordia and to keep them engaged with the university.

For more information, contact Erin.Mullins@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Students and Young Alumni.

Homecoming class champions

Coordinate Homecoming reunions for classes, departments or varsity teams. We can help you find your friends and former classmates for a reunion.

For more information, contact Melanie.Gudgeon@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Reunions and Athletics.

Concordia Alumni Connect – online mentoring

Concordia Alumni Connect is a global online community with 2,500+ members in 40 countries. More than 600 alumni mentors represent more than 70 industries so far.  

As a mentor, you can help students and recent grads develop and execute their career goals, further enhance their leadership skills and make meaningful professional connections. 

For more information, contact Olivia.Piccirelli@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, External Partnerships.

Women & Leadership

The Concordia Alumni Women & Leadership advisory council connects the greater Concordia community and alumnae worldwide to advance women’s leadership and help them achieve their full potential. 

Council membership comprise of 15 to 20 members and members serve on the Council for a period of three years and no more than two consecutive terms. Council members will represent key constituencies of the university such as; students, staff, faculty and alumnae.

Members are expected to attend a minimum of one meeting per year and are permitted to join meetings by phone. Council members are encouraged to act as ambassadors of the program and for the Concordia University community and to attend events and participate in programming and marketing initiatives.

For more information or to volunteer, contact Kristina.Ramsay@concordia.ca, Alumni Officer, Global Networks.

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