- REP-C Goals
- Membership and Term
- Purpose/Scope of Activity
- Conduct of Group Activity
- Frequency of Meetings
Reputation has a significant impact on enrolment, research funding, business partnerships, alumni engagement, fundraising and more. As such, the university must ensure all aspects of reputation building are as effective as possible. Critical contributors to reputation are the university’s brand, which captures and communicates Carleton’s distinctive strengths and unique qualities and characteristics. To reflect the importance of brand and the role that the campus community plays in its development, an ad hoc advisory group called Reputation Enhancement Project Council (REP-C) has been established. The council will act to build the strength of, interest in and affinity for Carleton’s reputation through its brand.
Chaired by the Department of University Communications, the council is a cross-campus group created to provide input, feedback, advice and recommendations on the university’s brand and reputation enhancement project. The project is intended to provide Carleton with a refreshed, distinctive and compelling identity for the university and advance the institution’s image, reputation and standing among key stakeholder audiences.
While the development of Carleton’s Reputation Enhancement Project is limited in duration, its impact, effects and outcomes are intended to drive the long-term success of the university. As with the project itself, the establishment of the council is intended to:
- Create and enhance Carleton’s brand awareness and reputation;
- Foster advocacy, support and pride for the university;
- Ensure that the brand is looked at through the appropriate EDI lenses
- Drive university success through the achievement of strategic priorities.
The Council is comprised of members from the following units:
|Sonya Shorey||Vice President, Strategy, Marketing and communications, Invest Ottawa||Alumni/External|
|Kevin Mann||Director, Operations & Planning||Campus Services|
|Travis Lindgren||General Manager||Carleton University Students’ Association|
|Sheryl Hunt||Assistant Director, Marketing and Brand Strategy||Department of Recreation & Athletics|
|Tara Jackson||Manager, Communications||Department of University Communications|
|Tracy White||Manager, Marketing||Department of University Communications|
|Gary Nower||Assistant Vice-President||Facilities Management and Planning|
|Pauline Rankin||Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences|
|Larry Kostiuk||Dean, Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering||Faculty of Engineering and Design|
|Brenda O’Neill||Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs||Faculty of Public Affairs|
|Lin Moody||Graduate Communications & Strategic Enrolment Officer||Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs|
|Terry Odin||Assistant Director, Infrastructure and Renewal||Human Resources|
|Benny Michaud||Director, Centre for Indigenous Initiatives||Centre for Indigenous Initiatives|
|Danny Brown||Director, Enterprise Applications||Information Technology Services|
|Alastair Mullin||Director, Government Relations||Office of the President|
|Julie Carl||Research Communication Manager||Office of the Vice-President (Research and International)|
|Benoit-Antoine Bacon||President and Vice Chancellor||President’s Office|
|Robin Ritchie||Associate Dean, Professional Graduate Programs & Associate Professor, Marketing||Sprott School of Business|
|Mawuena Torkornoo||Manager, External Relations||Sprott School of Business|
|Greg Aulenback||Director, Strategic Initiatives||Strategic Initiatives (Students and Enrolment)|
|David Hornsby||Associate Vice-President||Teaching and Learning Services|
|Jen Elliott||Director of the Undergraduate Recruitment||Undergraduate Recruitment (Students and Enrolment)|
|Ryan Davies||Director, Digital Transformation||University Advancement|
|Amanda Goth||University Secretary||University Secretariat|
|Christina Flavell||Director, Marketing & Branding Services||Department of University Communications|
|Alison Gareau||Director of Communications||Department of University Communications|
|Maria DeRosa||Interim Dean, Professor||Faculty of Science|
|Ikram Jama||Senior Advisor, Human Rights and Equity||Department of Equity and Inclusive Communities|
|Tony Frost||Chief Communications Officer and Associate Vice-President||Department of University Communications|
- Provide input, feedback and insights for the Reputation Enhancement Project development and materials;
- Share relevant data, information, activities, best practices and challenges related to the project;
- Connect operations and external groups to ensure awareness of and integration and co-ordination of brand project deliverables and outcomes;
- Build cross-university communications and relationships to ensure brand efficacy;
- Identify branding opportunities and investment that support project priorities;
- Communicate, support and champion group and project’s strategy and initiatives.
REP-C is an ad hoc informal group which meets monthly unless otherwise required.
The chair arranges minute-taking support for the group as appropriate. Each meeting has an agenda that is distributed in advance. All members are encouraged to submit items in advance. Meeting records include, at a minimum, meeting attendance and summary of decisions taken.
- Meetings will be held monthly unless required to provide or gather input on the brand project.