Meet the Trustees
The College became a registered charity in 2015 and as such is registered with both the Charity Commission and Companies House. Trustees are legally responsible for the College as a charity, they have an oversight role and seek assurance from the Chief Executive that the organisation is legally and financially sound and complying with its charitable purpose, outlined in the College charitable objects.
They do this by holding regular Board meetings, where they receive reports on the financial and business aspects of the organisation, and review how the work aligns and contributes towards achieving the strategic aims.
Following the recent vote by the membership to approve the restructure we will have a reduced number of Trustees from the AGM on the 14th September 2021, a natural and progressive step for a developing member organisation. This will provide the organisation, on behalf of the membership, with good governance assurance and more focused attention to potential issues. Our Trustees will be the President, Vice President, Honorary Treasurer, new Chair of Council and the Trustees for Clinical Development, Education, Membership, Professional Standards and Research.
All those below, except the Student Representative, are still legally Trustees of the College until the AGM, continuing their duties and commitments as such, and are the voting members of the Congress.