Our board is made up of up to 12 Trustees.
In 2020, as a key part of our transformation, our board became community-led for the first time, with a majority of board members embedded in our local North Kensington community, including our Chair who was for the first time chosen via a community recruitment process.
To further centre our community, our board of trustees are supported by a number of Co-optees. We draw our co-optees from the local community and beyond to offer support on specific committees.
Our trustees lead our organisation, by setting our strategy and providing oversight for our Executive team.
Our trustees are appointed in three different ways:
- Openly recruited
- Nominated by a member organisation
- Nominated by RBKC
Our trustees abide by the Trustee Code of Conduct, which was adopted in 2023.
In addition to our community-led board of trustees, our co-optees, who are not trustees, bring an additional level of expertise, experience and community insight. They may also bring specific skills or professional experience to any of our committees.