Board and governance

Board of Governors

Newbold’s Board of Governors oversees the operations of the College through the approval of policies, strategies, and activities that advance Seventh-day Adventist higher education within the Trans-European Division (TED).

Members of the Board of Governors come from Unions within the TED, and include Union Presidents, Division staff, and lay members to create a Board with a variety of competences, ethnicities and a gender-balance. Through this combination of skills the Board is able to address the College’s strategic and performance-related needs, acting in its best interests, while taking account of the wider context of the TED.

The full Board of Governors meets twice a year in conjunction with the TED spring and winter meetings.

Membership

Current membership of the Board of Governors is as follows:

Executive Committee of the College Board of Governors

The function of the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors is to act on behalf of the full Board to make decisions on regular operational matters. It reports to the Board of Governors.

The Executive Committee meets more regularly than the full Board and comprises members of the full Board who are relatively local to the College and TED offices. This allows for more regular meetings, and decisions made at these meetings are presented via the minutes of the Executive to the full Board twice yearly.

The Executive Committee meets around six times per year, between the dates of the scheduled full Board meetings.

Membership

Current membership of the Executive Committee of the College Board of Governors is as follows:

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