The governance of the BPA is made up of a BPA Board and a Council of member representatives. The Council of Representatives contributes to the strategic aims of the Association, ensuring that the Association’s values, standards and obligations to its members and others are understood and met. Its role and purpose is to influence the long term direction of the Association and its mission by giving advice and guidance to the BPA Board.
Membership of the Council of Representatives comes from the membership and represents the major areas of activity and influence within the Association. On joining the Association, members align themselves with both a regional and sectoral electoral college and these colleges create the constitution of the Council of Representatives. For further information on how the BPA governance works click here.
A list of Council of Representatives members can be found here.
Breakdown of Council of Representatives members: