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Global Advisory Council (GAC)
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The Global Advisory Council is a Brain Trust established by SCIP in order to create and support building outreach, awareness, and education encompassing strategic, competitive, and market intelligence, and decision making on a global level. The Council’s charter and mission is to promote SCIP in all of the world’s major regions by building both standard and customized programs that meet the local needs.


The Council is comprised of 8 independent regional committees headed by Global Advisory Leads, respectively located in the United States, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, India, and the Middle East. The Leads of the Council are appointed by the SCIP Executive Director and then each lead appoints his or her own regional steering committee, with whom they work closely and advise on regional and global programs. The GAC representatives are responsible for counseling the Executive Director, presenting a “State of Regions” report to the Board of Directors, and participating in the development of SCIP strategy. They are the driving force behind best in class SCIP summits, trainings, and certification programs in the regions they are appointed to.

The criteria associated with the Global Advisory Council and the local steering committees are as follows: The Leads are responsible for assigning 2-4 locally based members for their team. In order to qualify for a Lead or a committee member, a candidate must meet the following criteria:


  • A SCIP member 
  • Involved with the organization and contributors (authors, BOD members, volunteers, etc.)
  • Work/ live in the region which they represent
  • Have good relationship with the regional business leaders
  • Be eager and proactive to involve regional business leaders with SCIP
  • Have keen interest in being an ambassador for the advancement of ethical intelligence as a skills set across disciplines and as an individual discipline
  • Must be willing to work on a Global Advisory with Leads from each of the major global regions
  • Be an engaging team player who longs to make new friends around the world and to lead SCIP with enthusiasm and excitement

More information on how to be considered for a steering committee appointment, please contact the local GAC Lead in your region or Nan Bulger, CEO and Executive Director of SCIP. Updates from the Leads will be included in each issue of i am scip magazine.


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