The Governing Group is the decision making body of the International Engineering Alliance and comprises representatives of the constituent multi-lateral agreements.
The International Engineering Alliance seeks to improve engineering education and competence globally through widening the recognition and uptake of its constituent Accords and Agreements. The Governing Group undertake activities to support this goal and drive the overall IEA strategy.
Primarily this involves facilitating consultation to assist the ongoing development of a cohesive framework of good practice exemplars of graduate attributes and competence profiles.
They work to develop and maintain a framework of policies on matters which are common to all Constituents.
The Governing Group are also responsible for oversight of the Secretariat and managing the activities of various working groups.
The Governing Group
The current Chair of the IEA Governing Group is Em Prof Elizabeth Taylor from Engineers Australia
The current Deputy Chair of the IEA Governing Group is Ms Patty Mamola from NCEES
The current Members of the Governing Group are as follows:
Prof Kai Sang Lock from Institution of Engineers Singapore
Chair of the Washington Accord
Prof Arif Bulent Ozguler
Deputy Chair of the Washington Accord
Dr Mandy Liu, from IEET
Chair of the Sydney Accord
Em Prof Elizabeth Taylor from Engineers Australia
Deputy Chair of the Sydney Accord
Prof. Barry Clarke, from ECUK
Chair of the Dublin Accord
Ir Megat Johari Megat Mohd Noor from Board of Engineers Malaysia
Deputy Chair of the Dublin Accord
AIRCDRE Anker Brodersen from Engineers Australia
Chair of the APEC Agreement
Prof Ir Dr Norlida Buniyamin from Institution of Engineers Malaysia
Deputy Chair of the APEC Agreement
Mr Craig Price, from Engineering New Zealand
Chair of the IPEA
Mr TC Madikane from Engineering Council South Africa
Deputy Chair of the IPEA
Ms Katy Turff, from ECUK
Chair of the IETA
Ir Prof Pak-Leung Yuen, from Hong Kong Institute of Engineers
Deputy Chair of the IETA
Mr Brett Williams, from Engineering New Zealand
Chair of the AIET
Ms Shirley McDonald from Engineers Ireland
Deputy Chair of the AIET
Ms. Patty Mamola, from NCEES
At-Large Representative for the IEA Agreements