Guiding Network

ISP Implementation


Accountability at all levels

UBC ISP Implementation Roles

Implementation of the ISP will be facilitated collaboratively by a guiding network, with accountability at all levels, as shown in the following diagram:

Board of Governors

Indigenous Engagement Committee

  • Oversight
  • Academic and policy directions
  • Funding allocations

Senates

Accountability at all levels

  • Decision-making
  • Accountability

Indigenous Strategic Plan Coordinating Committee

  • Establishes priority goals and actions for implementation
  • Makes decisions on funding and sunsetting of projects and programs as required
  • Supports and advises the BoG + Committees
  • Supports key portfolios in goal setting and implementation

Accountability at all levels

Indigenous Strategic Plan Executive Advisory Committee

  • Serves on a cross-campus basis: both UBC Okanagan and UBC Vancouver
  • Advises ISPCC on ISP priorities
  • Reviews implementation and progress reports
  • Provides recommendations on funding priorities and projects
  • Monitoring
  • Advising
  • Reviewing
  • Recommending

Indigenous Strategic Plan Implementation Committee

  • Specific to UBC Vancouver
  • Supports planning at unit level
  • Monitors progress
  • Coordinates data collection
  • Advises on progress
  • Provides updates to ISPEAC

Indigenous Advisory Committee

  • Specific to UBC Okanagan
  • Provides advice, recommendations and guidance
  • Monitors progress, data collection and metrics
  • Provides updates to ISPEAC

Accountability at all levels

  • Decision-making
  • Implementing
  • Collecting data

Faculties / Departments / Units

This Plan will be reviewed every three years by university leadership in consultation with the broader UBC community and Indigenous partners.