Roles and Description of Board of directors (BOD)

President

  • Represent the association and navigate its direction.

  • Responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the association in accordance with its constitution, the association’s regulations.

  • Call for and conduct General Meetings of the association

  • Align all members of the association to its vision and mission.

  • Act as a liaison for all association activities particularly for external events involving corporate sponsors and other associations from the United Kingdom or otherwise.

For further information, please send an email to eoshaoyim@gmail.com​

Vice-President

  • Facilitate and support internal communication across all departments

  • Assist the Director of Project & Events with the planning and implementation of association events, while aligning the departmental activities with the general direction of the association.

  • Assist in evaluative processes of internal affairs and manage team KPIs.

For further information, please send an email to yanni240699@gmail.com

DirecTor of EXTERNAL RELATIONS​

  • Act as a liaison with international and local student organisations, companies, corporate sponsors and government bodies

  • Secure funding opportunities such as but not limited to: Annual Sponsorship and  Event-Generated Sponsorship

  • Cultivate an expanding portfolio of the members and Executive Committee Team of MBIOS

  • Create a publicity strategy together with the Marketing and Outreach Team of MBIOS

  • Identify and build relationships with potential affiliates and sponsors 

  • Develop compelling pitch deck and representative material of MBIOS

  • Track the progress of sponsor acquisition and oversee the electronic outreach emails and write timely external development correspondence

  • Undertake the President’s duties whenever the President is unavailable.

  • Responsible for all financial affairs of the association and maintaining an account record book for the association 

For further information, please send an email to eoshaoyim@gmail.com

Director of Project & Events

  • Organise and conduct all association events

  • Construct proposals for events and coordinate budgeting with both Vice Presidents.

  • Coordinate with both Vice Presidents to organise and cater event plannings to corporate sponsors of the association

  • Work collaboratively with the MBIOS Malaysia Department to organise the association’s flagship event - MBIOSymposium 

  • Advise MBIOS Malaysia Department regarding local events and projects.

For further information, please send an email to melissatan2308@gmail.com

Director of marketing

  • Oversee the MBIOS social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Website)

  • Manage the promotion and publicity contents for events

  • Create promotional marketing materials 

  • Communicate with members regarding event updates

For further information, please send an email to chewyenpeng@gmail.com

Director of Research and Development

  • Compile and update publication contents of the website, newsletters and blog posts

  • Conduct research for the advancement of the association’s growth and constructs proposals on topics for events

  • Spearhead the Bio-Mentorship Programme

  • Promote research awareness and interest via programs/activities

For further information, please send an email to wenwenlow@gmail.com

Director of Administration

  • Call for Executive Board meetings and for taking meeting minutes.

  • Responsible for all secretarial affairs which includes but not limited to drafting formal letters, statements, constitutions, agreements and emails

  • Responsible for the maintenance of the association website, email domains and administrative documents of the association.

  • Responsible for communication to and from the association’s general email by replying general enquiries or directing enquiries to the relevant departments

For further information, please send an email to lowsijing1@gmail.com

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black LinkedIn Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • Instagram
  • YouTube

© the Malaysian Bioscience Scholars est. 2017