This page provides you with the Columbus Chapter of IIBA®:

Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us at anytime.

Rules and Regulations

The Columbus, Ohio IIBA® Chapter is governed by the Board of Directors. The Board shall be responsible for carrying out the purposes and objectives of the Chapter and respected members.

All Directors are members in good standing with IIBA® and the Chapter. Directors are elected by majority vote of chapter members in attendance at the Annual General Meeting. IIBA’s Governance Framework:

  • Develop and Sustain the Mission of the Organization

  • Ensure the Organization has Adequate Resources

  • Conduct Strategic Planning

  • Approve and Monitor Programs and Services

  • Maintain Internal Governance

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Roles and Responsibilities


The President is the chief executive officer for the Chapter and of the Board, and shall provide leadership and direction in pursuit of the Chapter’s stated objectives. The President also performs such duties as are customary for presiding officers and serves as a member ex-officer with the right to vote on all committees.


The Secretary is the chief information officer for the Chapter and the Board and shall be responsible for the facilitation of information among chapter members and the IIBA®.


The Treasurer is the chief financial officer for the Chapter and the Board and shall be responsible for managing the day-to-day financial affairs of the Chapter.

Vice President, Education

The Vice President for Education is responsible for the Chapter’s professional development programs designed to increase the competence of the business analysis community.

Vice President, Marketing & Communication

The Vice President for Communications & Marketing is responsible for promoting the local Chapter and IIBA® via internal and external publications and events.

Vice President, Membership

The Vice President for Membership will represent the chapter within the central Ohio community to promote chapter benefits, recruit new members, welcome new members, and ensure renewals. The VP, Membership will represent the chapter to the IIBA governing organization.

Vice President, Technology

The Vice President for Technology is responsible for development and maintenance of the Chapter’s website and technical infrastructure.

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Privacy Policy

To communicate with members and promote the goals of the organization, the Columbus Chapter of IIBA® uses a variety of methods including chapter meetings, BA-CONference, the chapter website, newsletters and email communications, most of which require the use of member’s personal contact information.

The privacy of our members is very important to us. Privacy, from our point of view, and from that of our members and partners, is about keeping a promise. It is about:

  • Gathering the minimum amount of personal information necessary to provide a product or service

  • Protecting personal information against unauthorized access or use

  • Sharing personal information in accordance with the organization’s privacy policy

  • Disposing of personal information in a safe manner

When you provide us with your personal data, please be advised that this information will only be used in the following ways, unless we inform you otherwise:

  • To fulfill your request for a new membership or subsequent renewal

  • To maintain information related to your membership, qualifications, and certifications

  • To track attendance and participation in chapter professional development activities

  • To better understand your needs and how we can improve our service to members through analysis of that data

  • To provide you with information, materials or communications to assist you in maintaining your membership in good standing

  • To provide you with the benefits you are entitled to as a member

Personal Data

We collect only the necessary information about you, such as name, address, telephone number, and email address ("personal data") through our site and from IIBA in order to maintain your membership in good standing. We will not store or collect personal data unless you have provided it to us voluntarily.

We will not sell, rent or market your personal data to third parties without your permission to do so. The information you provide will not be shared outside of the chapter membership, governmental agencies, affiliated programs or contracted third-party service providers.


When making financial transactions with us online (e.g., membership, donations, online conference registration) we secure your information in transit to us and upon receiving your order to safeguard your personal data. We do not maintain a record of your financial information after the transaction is complete.


This IIBA® website contains links to other sites, such as Social Media Sites, Message Boards, Sponsors, and Partners. You should be aware that by clicking on these links you may be leaving the chapter website and the chapter is not responsible for the privacy policy of those sites.

Your Consent

By becoming a member of the Columbus Chapter of IIBA, and /or by using our website, you consent to the collection and use of the information you provide to us as described above. If we make any material changes in our privacy practices or in how we use your personal data, we will post a prominent notice in the chapter email newsletter and on our website prior to implementation of the change.

If you prefer not to receive communications from us or have an inquiry about our privacy policy and practice, please email us at

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Trademark Information

“IIBA®,the IIBA® logo, BABOK® Guide and Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® are registered trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis. CBAP® and CCBA® are registered certification marks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis. Certified Business Analysis Professional™, Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™, Endorsed Education Provider™, EEP™and the EEP logo are trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis .”

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