We're governed by a board of trustees who are responsible for ensuring the Society is effectively managed and meets its charitable objectives. Day-to-day leadership of the organisation is undertaken by an executive team, led by the Chief Executive.
Our governance is changing
At our Annual General Meeting on 29 June 2019, members voted overwhelmingly to approve significant reforms to our governance.
One of the key reforms involves creating a new, smaller board of trustees. The new Board will consist of up to nine trustees elected by our members and up to three co-opted trustees.
The process to elect up to nine trustees to the new board has started, with the first stage to seek nominations from our members now complete. The next stage will begin on 25 September 2019 when voting opens to elect the new Board.
Further information will be updated on this page nearer the time.
Nominations now closed
The 2019 nomination process for the trustee elections has now closed. Information on how to apply for the 2020 elections to the Board will be updated nearer the time.