Reporting to the Director of Alumni Relations, Lifelong Learning and Global Forums, the Associate Director works within Wharton External Affairs and contributes to the planning, execution and successful implementation of the School’s Lifelong Learning programming, important component of alumni engagement, which includes the Global Forums, alumni reunions, and regional, campus, and online events. In collaboration with the Director and Executive Director of Alumni Relations, the associate director is responsible for building influence and alliances across the School (faculty, senior administrators, staff and academic departments) to ensure the alumni lifelong learning experience is consistent and Wharton-caliber. The position also works closely in partnerships with colleagues in External Affairs on creating a cohesive strategy and seamless executions for lifelong learning involving marketing, communications, data analytics, operations, digital strategy, stewardship, events, clubs, engagements and programming. Lifelong Learning program management activities include, program execution, marketing and outreach campaigns to drive attendance, quality control and ROI analysis, managing budget, conducting stakeholder analysis, research and analyze impact of engagement, create systems and processed to improve efficiency, transparency and effectiveness. The incumbent will have direct contact and communications with key external constituencies: alumni, high-level executive speakers, business leaders, government officials, prospect students and corporate donors. The incumbent will represent Wharton External Affairs and its mission to alumni, external contacts, students, and the Wharton and Penn communities.
Internal Number: 41596
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