The Board of Directors
. The Board of Directors is the supreme governance body of the organization. The Board of Directors has 7 members elected by the the Annual General Assembly. The Board Members comprising of the Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer and 3 members.
The Board meets quarterly. Its role is one of governance and strategic oversight. It approves the budget, operational and strategic plans, appoints the Chair and Chief Executive, and approves overall policy in relation to staff employment. The Board contributes in many ways to particular aspects of CERC’s work, for example through ad-hoc committees and advising on fundraising.
The Executive Direction
The Executive Direction ensure the daily management or operations of the CERC.
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