Ambassadors

What are ANME Ambassadors?

ANME Ambassadors play an invaluable role in running the ANME, getting involved in a variety of ways depending on their areas of interest and expertise.

Members may be invited to become Ambassadors after demonstrating their interest over a period of time, it is not just related to level of knowledge or expertise.

We invite members who want to become more involved with the ANME to consider these possibilities:

  • promoting or representing the ANME at other educational/technical events,
  • encouraging a professional environment on the Portal, and reporting unsuitable content/activity,
  • by providing valuable feedback and suggestions about any aspect of the Association, and being a good sounding board for advice and when making decisions about the ANME,
  • delivering topical or technical presentations or workshops at ANME meetings,
  • leading ANME meetings (with the support of their schools),
  • generating topical & relevant content for social media, helping to raise the profile and attract more followers,
  • writing topical & relevant articles for the blog and/or third party publications,
  • creating digital marketing material for existing and potential members, or general public announcements (e.g. images / mail-shots / videos etc. depending on your skills),
  • helping with some of the administrative aspects of running the ANME, e.g. helping with the organisation of the ANME Trail or other promotions.

What can the ANME Ambassadors be?

  1. Meeting leaders
  2. Session leaders
  3. Blog / Social / Marketing content creators?
  4. Admin helpers


Who are the ANME Ambassadors?

Testimonials from Members & Partners

  • “Fantastic event, with interesting content and very well organised.”

    Alain Squiteri, Sales Director - InVentry

  • I thought the day was excellent. It was really good to have the companies there and invaluable for meeting and speaking with new contacts. I really hope this carries on as it was desperately needed in our field.

    Janet Cannell, Member

  • Thought it was a very good way of guaranteeing the companies time with smaller groups. People also seemed more prepared to ask questions and talk about their experiences with the products.

    Steve Daniels, Member

  • Seemed really well engaged and clearly was of value to attendees.

    Al Kingsley, Group Managing Director, NetSupport Limited

  • ANME meetings provide valuable networking - being able to talk to other professionals doing the same role and understanding their approach and their context. This is a great way to challenge what you are doing in your own setting.

    Neil Limbrick, Head of IT Strategy – Core Education Trust, Member