5 Dec 2018
Winners of 2018 board elections were announced at WCVA’s Annual General Meeting and Lecture, including six brand new board members.
The election ran from 30 October to 13 November and included a
record 25 nominations, featuring a diverse range of candidates from
across the sector.
The results of the ballot were announced at the WCVA Annual
General Meeting and Lecture on 22 November and approved by the
126 member-organisations voted in this year's election, which
was the first ever to accept votes and calculate results
Full members of WCVA can nominate and elect members to the
board. The Board can only hold 16 members at a time, and it is
legally and financially responsible for the whole organisation.
They meet four times a year to discuss how the charity can deliver
its mission, vision and goals.
The new members joining the board are as
Chief Executive, Ethnic Youth Support Team (EYST)
Assistant Director, Consultancy, National Trust (Wales)
Director, Mind Cymru
Researcher, Diverse Cymru
Chief Executive, Chester Voluntary Action
Director, All Wales Forum of Parents and Carers for People with
Also re-elected to the board were:
Chief Executive, The Wallich
Director, Citizens Advice Cymru
Thank you once again to everyone who voted, nominated and ran
for election to the board. We look forward to working with our new
We'd also like to thank the hard-working and dedicated trustees
that have stepped down this year for their commitment to WCVA and
the wider 3rd sector.