ABSAP member schools are comprised of the top 30 business schools (as defined by the rankings of Bloomberg Businessweek for full-time MBA programs and U.S. News & World Report for undergraduate business programs) with professionals dedicated to providing excellence in alumni relations and service to alumni. These schools have alumni who are world leaders, Fortune 500 CEOs, entrepreneurs and savvy professionals who are changing the landscape of business.

Membership is established for each school/college; it is not per individual. Join ABSAP has more details regarding member benefits and dues.

ABSAP Advisory Council

In 2010, members of ABSAP organized an Advisory Council with the mission to create overall awareness of the organization, establish credibility and relevance to the field of alumni relations, provide career advancement resources to members, and demonstrate influence in education advancement in general. The Council identified four areas to support this mission – 1) Membership; 2) Marketing and Communications; 3) Awards, and 4) Professional Development.  These areas are each overseen by a member of the Council with support from other ABSAP participants.

ABSAP Advisory Council Description
Advisory Council Nominations Procedures

Amanda Brantner
Amanda Brantner
Chair, Professional Development

Interim Director, Alumni Affairs
College of Business, University of Illinois
Janice Headley
Janice Headley
Co-Founder and Administrator
Retired Senior Associate Director of Advancement
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
Barbra Marangell
Chair, Marketing and Communications
Director, Alumni Relations
Merage School of Business, University of California - Irvine
Correll photo
Wendy Correll
Senior Director of Alumni Engagement & Development
Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
John Sengenberger
Advisory Council Chair

Executive Director, Alumni Relations
Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University
Katie Thomasson
Katie Thomasson
Conference Committee Liaison
Director of Alumni Relations
Fuqua School of Business, Duke University