ACAT elects its Trustees at its Annual General Meeting. Each year one third of the Board of Trustees stands down and may stand for re-election if wished. Trustees meet a minimum of three times a year in London.
The current Board of Trustees (as from the AGM held on 13th September 2019) is as follows
Alison Jenaway – Chair
Robert Watson – Vice-chair
Treasurer - vacant
Stella Compton Dickinson
Martin Payne (Lay)
Co-opted Member(s) - none
At ACAT's last AGM held on 13th September 2019
Cheryl Delisser stood down as Trustee and Honorary Treasurer, and did not stand for re-election
Henrietta Batchelor stood down and was re-elected as Trustee
Ruth Carson was newly elected as Trustee
Louise Harrison was newly elected as Trustee
Martin Payne was newly elected as Lay Trustee
Marilyn Ramsden had stood down as Lay Trustee on 15th February 2019
Notice of ACAT’s Board of Trustee Meetings
The Chair's Annual Report from Jason Hepple, presented at the AGM in 2016, highlighted ways in which communication between the membership and ACAT’s committees runs. It also included information about the pathway for members to bring to the ACAT Board of Trustees’ attention any matters of concern they wished to raise which they felt may not have been resolved through the committee structure.
The Board welcomes members raising matters with the Board that they feel cannot be resolved by the normal decision-making machinery of ACAT (i.e. its committee structures). Items that a member wishes to be drawn to the attention of the Board which they feel have not been resolved by the committee process, or may require direct consultation with or a survey of members’ opinion, or consideration by the Board for inclusion on the agenda of the next AGM, should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated September 2019
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