A Force for Good
Associate Dean of Advancement
Sadia Khan, MBA’95D
President, INSEAD Alumni Association (IAA)
Emma Goltz, MBA’98J
Chair, INSEAD Alumni Fund (IAF)
Volunteering for a National Alumni Association, National Alumni Club or Global Club
More than 60 National Alumni Associations (NAAs), National Alumni Clubs, and Global Clubs around the world (including one near you!) are engaging, networking with and serving their communities. Volunteers such as association/club presidents, committee members and others organize events, drive association membership, support alumni in their careers and strengthen overall local alumni engagement efforts.
I volunteer for INSEAD to give back to a community from which I have derived strength and conviction of belief that collectively we can make this world a better place.
Serving as President of the National Alumni Association NAA France is an excellent opportunity to give back to the school that gave me so much, and to stay closely connected to the dynamic community of INSEAD alumni in the country… and the world! I encourage all alumni to get involved.
Alumni Volunteers who lead these organisations
Raising Funds for INSEAD
Alumni fundraising volunteers advance INSEAD’s vision and ensure the school’s continued excellence by encouraging alumni giving and thanking them for their gifts, with help from Advancement staff.
Raised in gifts and pledges
Increase in giving results over the last year
Donors contributed to this achievement
Volunteers who raise funds for INSEAD
Ways to Volunteer
INSEAD Giving Day
Champion giving among your community for this dynamic annual global campaign
INSEAD Alumni Fund (IAF)
Encourage other alumni to invest in the future of the school through annual leadership giving and organising donor appreciation events
Participate in your Reunion Gift Committee, or facilitate class giving between reunion years
INSEAD has come of age at a critical moment for the world. Supporting scholarship and academic excellence through giving to INSEAD is my way of investing in the future. Interacting with alumni across the globe, I am constantly reminded of how remarkable INSEADers are. It is always personally rewarding to work with this amazing group of volunteers.
In my role as an IAF volunteer, I am lucky enough to interact and organise events with fellow alumni, while helping out the school that has brought me so much… not only during my MBA, but also as an INSEAD alumnus.
Serving the Young Alumni Community
Young Alumni Initiative (YAI) Ambassadors (first 10 years after graduation) around the world are using their skills as connectors to build engagement among their classmates. From driving attendance at the one-year reunion, to encouraging participation-level giving to fostering a lifelong bond with INSEAD, the YAI Ambassadors play a crucial role in the development of INSEAD.
Become a YAI Ambassador
Help INSEAD stay connected with your promotion by encouraging engagement and communicating the importance of giving back
Supporting young alumni engagement is as rewarding as it is essential. Interacting with a brilliant crowd, full of energy, stimulating them to give back the day they leave school with the goal to enable others to graduate with the same level of joy and endless ambition.
Get Involved in your Class Reunion
Each year, more than 2,000 alumni and guests return to one of the INSEAD campuses to reconnect with friends and celebrate the community. Working together with staff, volunteers make these reunions memorable and inspiring!
2016/2017 Alumni Reunion Figures
Increase in attendees over previous year
Alumni volunteer for their reunions, every year
Overall satisfaction rating
Giving of alumni and friends at reunions
Ways to Volunteer
Alumni Reunion Leaders
Work closely with INSEAD to help organise the reunion programme and drive attendance
Reunion Class Gift Committee
Reach out to classmates to raise funds, increase participation and encourage leadership gifts
I volunteered to be an Alumni Reunion Leader because I experienced 14 fantastic months of learning and new friendships at INSEAD. Throughout the program, our class was a real team, and we have remained a strong community and regularly meet locally and when we travel. Since graduation, our network has extended to the whole INSEAD Alumni community.
Help INSEAD Find the Best and Brightest Students and Participants
Across programmes, alumni are essential to growing the INSEAD community and ensuring continued success, by helping INSEAD recruit the best and brightest.
INSEAD was a transformative experience for me and interviewing candidates to attend INSEAD has been an exciting and rewarding way to give back. I know how important this process is for the school, and the pool of extremely diverse and high calibre applicants makes the interviews dynamic and engaging. It has definitely been a rewarding way to invest in INSEAD’s future.
Ways to Volunteer
Conduct admissions interviews in your country of residence, evaluate candidates’ potential and promote INSEAD
Meet prospective students and share your INSEAD journey via informal coffee chats, ‘meet & greet’ information sessions, panels and MBA fairs
Candidate Mentoring & Assessment (GEMBA)
Mentor candidates with a similar profile, or evaluate candidates on campus, alongside fellow alumni and faculty
Refer excellent candidates to INSEAD for immediate follow-up
More Ways to Volunteer
Alumni share their extraordinary experience, sector expertise, insights and connections by speaking at events, recruiting student and alumni talent and providing value to the INSEAD community.
As a company, we are constantly on the lookout for top talent, so we can continue to lead and innovate. With their international backgrounds, diverse experience, and skills honed during their Insead programmes, INSEAD students and alumni are a rich resource. It’s my pleasure to work closely with Insead in terms of recruitment partnerships.
Careers Alumni Ambassadors
Partner with the Career Development Centre and gain insider access to top INSEAD student and alumni talent to help fuel your organization’s growth and commitment to excellence. Attract future leaders, promote job opportunities, host students at your office or share leadership advice to help develop INSEAD talent, via virtual or on-campus events
Help students leverage the INSEAD alumni network
MBA Classes and Student Club Activities
Present your industry-specific knowledge at annual events, including:
- INSEAD Private Equity Conference
- Entrepreneurship Week
- Social Impact Week
Centres of Excellence
Engage with students and alumni via INSEAD’s academic Centres of Excellence
Speak alongside other experts at an Alumni Forum or serve on an Alumni Forum Organising Committee
Alumni events per year
of MBA students receive a job offer within 3 months of graduation
of our MBA participants change sector, country or function while at INSEAD