Almost all allyship groups have official ties to their partner groups (i.e. Women in Leadership, Women in Business, etc). This structures the accountability essential to do allyship work properly.
Most allyship club leaders also have a seat on their Partner Group in order to structure accountability from the allyship to the Partner Group. Some schools make this allyship board position held by a woman, some held by a man, and others use a co-leader model with a woman and man. Allyship leadership and partner group leadership mostly have close working relationships in which allyship club leadership submit for the partner group to review all the programming they're planning on doing.