About EMA

Partnership
Development Unit

EMA’s Partnership Development Unit seeks out and manages all relevant partners, sponsors, strategic alliances, and any stakeholders of EMA.

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The Partnership Development Unit works with external stakeholders to secure the financial and organisational sustainability of EMA through development of relationships with for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Our goal is to develop partnerships that will benefit EMA members, partners and the society. The Unit seek to increase EMA’s International visibility and build a strong brand name in collaboration with EMJMD consortia, businesses, and non-governmental organizations

Account Executive Subunit

An Account Executive subunit volunteer ensures that relationships between EMA and its partners are exceptional by safeguarding the execution of agreements. Cristina Martinez Tapia, who currently also holds the position of EMA Country Representative for Ecuador, is the leader of this subunit. Together with Paul Adunola and Christiana Obari, she supervises all deliverables from and for the existing EMA partners. Get in touch with them at partnership.accounts@em-a.eu.

Community Benefits Subunit

A Community Benefits subunit volunteer works with international for-profit and non-profit organizations to cater benefits for EMA members. Volunteers of this subunit also liaise with Erasmus Mundus coordinators and NGOs on collaborative European projects. Currently the subunit consists of Katrina Beatriz Nieva, Mahmoud Esawi and Sanjana Rastogi, and is headed by Jovano Erris Nugroho. Don't hesitate to contact them via this email address partnership.community@em-a.eu.

EMA is the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association. EMA was founded in 2006 and is registered as an AISBL non-profit organisation. Our aims are to help EMJMD students and alumni, promote higher education, and be a go-to network for our Alumni across the world.

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