Committees offer members an opportunity to connect and identify with peers and experts with shared interests and needs.

Explore Opportunities with IAUG Committees!

Joining an IAUG committee can be a great opportunity for personal and professional growth. Not only do we provide the chance to contribute to a community that you care about, but our committees also allow you to build your network, gain new skills, and expand your knowledge.

By joining a committee, you can work with like-minded individuals who share your passion and commitment to a common goal. This collaborative environment can lead to meaningful connections and friendships that can last a lifetime. Take the leap and get involved. Not only will it be a fulfilling experience, but it can also open doors to new opportunities and experiences that you may not have otherwise had access to! 

Applications are available below for committees currently searching for new members.



IAUG Committees

Women in Technology Committee

The women in technology committee is a crucial resource for both men and women in the technology industry, providing support, networking opportunities, and advocacy to help women advance and succeed in their careers while recognizing inefficiencies in the industry and exploring solutions.


Council Committee

The IAUG Council Committee consists of the current council chairs and collaborates closely with IAUG HQ to shape strategic year-round council programming, prioritizing the customer's voice in their initiatives.


Attendee Experience Committee

The Attendee Experience Committee (AEC) plays a crucial role in ensuring that attendees have a positive and memorable experience at Avaya ENGAGE. The AEC is a committee made up of IAUG volunteers that focus on putting the attendee needs first and continuously improving the Avaya ENGAGE experience by working closely with the IAUG teams on short-term and long-term impact of the event.

Membership & Chapters Committee

The membership committee helps to validate the ever-evolving value of being a member of IAUG. You will learn about member interests and industry trends while working closely with the IAUG Team to deliver the best benefits to all 21,000 members of IAUG.  



Content Committee

The content subcommittee assists with providing strategic direction on relevant virtual programming to members year-round and educational planning for Avaya ENGAGE. Members assist with the planning process for conference to provide feedback, ideas, vet session submissions, and strategic direction on educational content. This committee also partners with IAUG HQ to ensure year-round virtual programming is robust and reflective of members’ interests. They host and facilitate webcasts, help draft roadmaps for entry-level content, audit IAUG webcasts and identify potential gaps to be filled, and package together content that IAUG has for easy access for members to view. These are one-year terms with the opportunity to reapply.