Hunter Crawford, ag business senior, has been elected as a member of the ISU Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Crawford is currently an emergency medical technician at Mary Greeley Medical Center. He has also started a year-long paramedic program at Des Moines Area Community College. He holds several leadership positions in student organizations, such as president of the Student Alumni Leadership Council, vice president of the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, and an ambassador for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He is also a member of the Alpha Zeta Honor Society.
The role of the ISU Alumni Association Board of Directors is to establish policies regarding the finances, property, management and activities of the Association for the purpose of engaging constituents in the further advancement of Iowa State University and the Alumni Association. The ultimate objective of the board is to assist the Association staff and volunteers in carrying out the mission and strategic plan in collaboration with the strategic goals of the university and other affiliated organizations, which include learning, scholarship and engagement.
The board is composed of 20 regularly elected members and four appointed voting members. New directors are elected annually, each for a four-year term. The board meets four times yearly.