BMC Board of Directors

Posted by Tony Ryan on 01/04/2019

The Board of Directors is the ultimate decision-making body of the BMC, and is responsible for overall operation of the organisation, as well as setting and implementing organisational strategy in consultation with National Council.

The Board maintains an overview of the work and functions of the BMC to ensure that agreed procedures, regulations and policies are followed, and that the BMC is run in accordance with the Memorandum & Articles of Association.

It also works with the Finance & Audit Committee to assess and review the BMC’s financial commitments to ensure that it can meet its financial obligations, and ensure the preparation of the Annual Accounts and the Annual Report for submission to National Council and the AGM.

Board members:

Lynn Robinson President & Director
Paul Drew Senior Independent Director & Acting Chair
Fiona Sanders Council Nominated Director
Peter Salenieks Council Nominated Director
Carl Spencer Council Nominated Director
Jonny Dry Nominated Director (Fundraising)
Rosemary Yule Nominated Director (Finance)
Jonathan White Nominated Director (Clubs)
Dave Turnbull CEO & Director

Find out more about the BMC Board members

Responsibility Matrix – BMC President, Chair & CEO 
The matrix shows which BMC Director has primary responsibility across a range of key organisational activities.



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