Trustees

What is a Trustee?
Charity trustees are the people who serve on the governing body of a charity. Trustees work voluntarily and receive no payment for their work.
A trustee may be known by other names such as; director, board member, governor or committee member.
Charity trustees are responsible for the general control and management of the administration of a charity.
Trustees have ultimate responsibility for making decisions for the charity and making sure that it is has enough money, is well-run and delivering the charitable services for the benefit of its clients.
Trustees also have to ensure that the charity stays within the legal framework of the charity commission at all times and that they deliver what they say they will when they will.
You can find out more about Trustees in this leaflet Trustee Leaflet
If you are interested in becoming a Trustee for BATIAS you can contact us for more information and to apply

 

BATIAS has five Trustees:
Mashhuda Kazi
Position: Trustee
Responsibilities:
Chair
Steve Langsdale
Position: Trustee
Responsibilities:
Promotions and Marketing Advisor.
Chris Talbot
Position: Trustee
Responsibilities:
Volunteering
Fiona Wilson
Position: Trustee
Helen Douglas
Position: Trustee