Professional Education Organization International

Board of Directors


There is an immediate need for additional directors so that the board of directors has the needed independence and expertise. Individuals who wish to become directors, should be able to offer guidance in one or more of the following functions or purposes:
- organizational mission formulation and supervision of its implementation
- relations with universities domestic and foreign, as well as governmental educational bodies
- relations with authors, securing copyrights and continous upgrading of content
- relations with instructors and testing service providers
- design of distance education courses, formulation of standards and participating in accreditation effort
- fund raising
- identifying and understanding potential student needs in industrialized countries
- determinating of how to serve best potential students in developing countries
- improvement of software and web site design to serve widest potential student population
Please note that according to PEOI bylaws, directors serve without compensation except reimbursement for expenses. Participation in board meeting decisions can be conducted by email. See bylaws for more details.
As of March 2003, PEOI Board of Directors has twelve members, but new applications are welcome. Some have registered and appear in the list of board registered members.
PEOI's latest online board meeting of July 2003 was conducted based on an agenda distributed in early June 2003, was completed on July 11 and resulted in a number of resolutions. Board of Directors Resolutions are posted for open discussion and comments. New board members are invited to register as such, to join one of the committees and to take part in online committee discussions.
Board forum is available for open discussion of all issues pertinent to board members. To participate in board forum, board members must be registered. Board members are invited to register.

Nominations, suggestions and applications for director positions are eagerly sought, and can be submitted to