IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors and Executive Committee

Learn how our leadership positions work to drive the Computer Society forward and see how you can become involved.
IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors

IEEE Computer Society relies on a fully elected Board of Governors (BOG) to drive its vision forward, provide policy guidance to program boards and committees, and review the performance of the organization to ensure compliance with its policy directions.

Possibly one of the most rewarding volunteer opportunities available at the society, BOG members first go through a nomination process and thereafter work to gain enough votes from IEEE Computer Society members to win the election. Elections are held every year in the Fall and volunteers are encouraged to get involved early to participate.

Learn more about our Elections and who qualifies to vote.

See other Leadership positions or ways to get involved in the society.

Our Board of Governors and executive team are hard at work! Get to know them and subscribe to our Insider Newsletter to get regular updates on all the happenings of the Computer Society.

Nominate and Elect Our Leaders
The IEEE Computer Society welcomes nominations to our Board of Governors and Executive Committee. All potential nominees must complete and submit the nomination form, which includes a biography, list of IEEE activities, and position statement.
Discover Volunteering
The IEEE Computer Society has many ways to get involved. Volunteer to organize conferences, plan publications, contribute to technical communities, develop standards, and establish local chapters.
Nominate Awards and Fellows
Our awards recognize achievements in computing and contributions to the Society. The IEEE Fellow designation is conferred upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any IEEE field of interest.
Board of Governors Meetings and Resources
Review upcoming scheduled meetings for BOG and additional resources to help navigate the Society.

Set Yourself Apart—Volunteer on a Board or Committee

  • Shape the future of your industry.
  • Become an IEEE Fellow.
  • Lead a technical committee.
  • Get involved with your chapter, section, or region.