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Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology is Seeking Advisory Board Members
Jun 5, 2015  

The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology is forming an Advisory Board to help us promote our mission. We believe the formation of this supportive group will expand our community and infuse our progress with enthusiasm. Please consider joining us!

The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology is forming an Advisory Board to help us promote our mission. We believe the formation of this supportive group will expand our community and infuse our progress with enthusiasm. Please consider joining us!

Advisory Board Members will:

1. Provide suggestions on conference topics, locations, and speakers

2. Nominate potential Fellow and Affiliate Scholar appointments

3. Guide IEET towards potential alliances, fundraising opportunities, and blog contributors

4. Participate in quarterly surveys to gauge our stance on emerging technology and political developments

Advisory Board Members receive several benefits:

1. Advisory Board Members are added onto the ieet@ieet.org list, which currently includes only staff, affiliates, fellows and interns. This list is where jobs, CFPs (calls for papers) and other academic and professional announcements are posted.

2. Their Advisory Board Member position will be noted on the Staff page of IEET.

3. Advisory Board Members receive two free tickets to parties and fundraising events that IEET sponsors or co-sponsors, and discounts on IEET conferences.

4. Advisory Board Members receive a free ebook. 

Please Consider Joining our Advisory Board!

To find out more, contact Managing Director Hank Pellissier at hank@ieet.org

Membership is limited to those who contribute $100 or more annually to support our activities.

Donation Link: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/advisors




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