Each year, during the General Assembly, delegates of each region nominate a Regional Representative (RR). He/She performs such duties as the following to promote the aims of the Association in the region:
- Maintain regular contacts with the members of the region
- Encourage and help forest students’ associations in the region to become a member of IFSA
- Assist the Direction in carrying out activities such as tracer studies in the region
- Encourage and promote activities such as working camps, seminars, forestry-related projects relevant to the region, etc.
So here you can find the RRs for each region, IFSA year 2018-2019:
This year, Kayla and I would like to recruit at least one new LC and enhance communication between the existing ones. I am also looking forward to working with LCs to enrich Northern America IFSA members’ education and understanding of IFSA. I hope to do this through organizing meaningful workshops, and providing members with opportunities to engage with IFSA. Lastly, I am looking forward to helping organize CARM 2019, which is going to be legendary.
As regional representative it is my job to help connect the Local Committees to IFSA World. A few areas I would like to focus on this year are:
1. Communication with all LCs
2. Engaging with various forestry associations across the US and Canada to establish a presence within the forest community
3. Recruitment of new members as well as new LCs
I am the communication link between IFSA and the Latin American region, having contact with every local committee that exists, and with those interested in creating a new one. Disseminating and facilitating the relevant information, and being aware of the problems, questions or needs that are presented to them, in order to find solutions working together and supporting us as a region.
I have a lot of expectations about my first time being an official, because to make our region biger than now, create new partnerships between Student’s organizations, and Latin american institutions will be the way that RR’s gonna follow, new activities and the first LARM are comming. Huge challenges are waiting for us.
In upcoming year with Julian we would like to continue with monthly coffee hours, strengthen the communication within our region and improve the cooperation with South European Region through pizza hour. As the biggest challenge I see the possibility to establish the bases of IFSA couch network. I will try to visit as many events and LCs as I can in order to spread the information between IFSA Board and LCs.
Hey IFSA-World, as the Regional Representative for Northern Europe the main goal of our work, is to include every LC in our region, to collect their opinion and transfer it to the whole community. Handle their problems and and give a Voice to the upcoming ideas.
Together with Lioba, I am in charge of ensuring a good coordination between IFSA World and the LCs of Southern Europe. We want this year to have a better cooperation with Northern Europe and we plan for example to organize common video meetings. But that is only one of our projects and we have many others.
This year I would like to reactivate the Southern European LCs by involving them in various specific projects. With my RR partner Lison we have many ideas to connect closer to other regions and offer more opportunities for members to join events and get the most out of IFSA’s opportunities!
Our plan this year is to build up a new strategy to increase the activeness of the Northern African Region and to establish partnership’s for the Region.
My main tasks is to achieve a great communication and participation of students at the SARM, IFSS and IFSA family through stimulating and motivating of LC’s and gather more LC’s to join IFSA and spread the word of IFSA.
My name is Muzi Shongwe from UFA LCs, the Southern Africa RR in my period 2018-2019 IFSA year I will have a coffee hour with my LCs to discuss challenges that we are facing and Information regarding IFSA will be communicated across the region wherein our meetings will be held on Google Hangouts monthly and social visits to the LCs of the region and to have have our SARM.
My position’s main task is to connect members of Asia Pacific Region with the entire IFSA. I would like to enhance the communication between LCs and encourage them to be more involved with us. I also will assist the members to use their opportunities as IFSA’s member as much as possible.
As the Asia Pacific Regional Representative, I will serve as the main connection between the Asia Pacific Region and the whole IFSA. I will ensure the progress and betterment of my region and make sure that we remain active. It is also my job to nurture and develop the LCs within my region.