As a charity registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales, the Foundation’s governing body is its Trustee Board.
The charity trustees are responsible for the general control and management of the charity and give their time freely – receiving no remuneration or other financial benefits. The trustees meet together as a board four times a year and are responsible for providing the strategic framework for all decisions taken by the Chief Executive in relation to the running of the charity, its activities and its staff team.
Membership of the Trustee Board reflects a range of relevant skills that are pertinent to the remit of the Maimonides Interfaith Foundation. Current members of the Trustee Board are:
Professor Sir Nasser David Khalili PhD KSS KCSS (Chairman)
Mr Anthony Bunker
Ms Nermine Harvey-Phillips
Lord Parry Mitchell
Mr Robert Yentob
The Maimonides Interfaith Foundation is also supported by a number of expert advisors including:
Mr Jonathan Solomons