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Educational Institute (EI)

What is EI?

The Educational Institute (EI) is MPI New England Chapter’s annual education summit, where event professionals and suppliers gather together for meaningful connection and professional development.  EI provides engaging keynote speakers and innovative educational sessions designed to drive professional growth and create ample opportunities to network with event professionals and suppliers from across New England.

Why join the Institute Committee?

The Educational Institute Committee is an integral part of the development and execution of the Summit. In conjunction with the VP and Director of Institute, the Committee collaborates, strategizes and implements every component required to create a successful experience for attendees. From speaker selections to on-site management this event wouldn’t happen without our amazing volunteers.

Interested in joining the EI committee? Check out our volunteer roles below and email our Vice President, Educational Institute.

  • MarComms Chair & Sub Committee - Partners with the  MPI NE MarComm team to manage EI's marketing and communications strategic plan which includes building awareness, disseminating information about EI speakers, sessions, and events via MPI NE marketing channels.

  • Sponsorship Chair & Sub Committee - Plays a vital role on the EI Committee by engaging past EI sponsors. Their primary role includes developing sponsorship prospects, securing sponsors, and managing the delivery of sponsorship benefits.

  • Exhibitor Chair & Sub Committee - The Exhibitor Committee is the primary point of contact for the Exhibitors and will ensure that their needs are met before, during, and after the conference. The Exhibitor Committee is responsible for assisting the EI Planning Committee with exhibitor-related issues/tasks such as seeking exhibitor attendance and participation as well as assisting the exhibitor with registration.

  • Speaker Manager Chair & Sub Committee - The Speaker manager is the primary contact for all EI keynote and session speakers. They are responsible for assisting the EI Planning Committee with speaker-related issues/tasks such as contracts, day-of logistics, and travel, as well as conducting speaker rehearsals.


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