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The Finance Committee will review the current funding sources for AMIE and define new recommendations for funding sources to implement and support AMIE Programs.
The Marketing, Branding and Communications Committee will review the current Marketing, Branding and Communications strategy and define new recommendations for AMIE Marketing, Branding and Communications strategies/resources.
The governance committee is responsible for reviewing the governance structures and practices of the organization and reporting its findings and recommendations to the board.
The Pathways Committee will review the current Pathways objectives and define new recommendations for Pathways 2.0. The committee’s mission is to develop, implement and support programs to attract, educate, graduate and place underrepresented minority students in engineering and computer science careers.
Research Committee will create an understanding of the capabilities across HBCU Schools of Engineering to inform the HBCU Innovation Initiative in its efforts to grow research and education partnerships. This committee is focused on analyzing Research capabilities, Education capabilities and the K-12 STEM potential talent pipelines.
The Technology Committee shall guide the board of directors in prioritizing projects and selecting commercial technology for development and deployment of AMIE digital solutions that support the board’s long-term goals. The Technology Committee shall review all proposed technology costs as well as expenses for staff related to technology projects and make recommendations to the board.