Event sustainability and relevant subject specialists form the Leadership Team and drive the strategic direction and day to day operation of the Sustainable Event Alliance. They advise the board however have no board voting rights or any legal fiduciary responsibility.
- Be the voice for SEA within the industry and their relevant sector
- Provide a flow of ideas and information regarding new trends and news from their sector
- Offer advice, suggestions and feedback on the overall operation of the SEA
- Actively project-manage some aspect of the day-to-day operation of the organisation
The internship role can be undertaken by any student or a recent graduate with a relevant degree or diploma in event management, tourism, sustainable leadership, environmental issues, or the like. The virtual position provides interns with the opportunity to manage their own time and be involved in the work of SEA no matter their location. The interns must choose a country/region befitting their knowledge and experience, which means it does not necessarily need to be their home country, but a destination which they have thorough knowledge and/or experience of. Every intern can choose the duration of their internship, which is agreed upon prior to its start.
SEA Board Member
Members of the board are the legal representatives of the SEA and ensure the implementation of the association's constitution, that all dealings are transparent, and that the financial control of the association meets the requirements of Incorporated Associations under the Associations Act of Australia. The board determines membership fees, approves programmes and protocols for inclusion and endorsement of third parties by the SEA.