Our trustee board

Our Trustee Board governs and controls the Institution. Our Corporate and Associate Members elect our Trustees; elections are held every year.

The Trustee Board typically meets eight times a year and Trustees are expected to attend most, if not all, board meetings. It is also customary for Trustees to attend Council meetings.

The Charity Commission, our Royal Charter and By Laws, our Trustee Role Profile and our Trustee Code of Conduct set out the responsibilities of the Trustee Board.

Trustee Board 2024-25

President

Dr Clive Hickman OBE

Deputy Presidents:

Matt Garside
Dr Richard Judge

Vice-Presidents

Professor David Nowell
Simon Evans

International Vice-President

Chris Chong

Ordinary Members

Ruth Shilston
Abbey Addison
Darren Sharpe
Joshua Thomson-Smith***
Christopher O'Boyle (co-opt)

Observers

Martin Robinson (Chair of Council)
Nick Valentine (YMB Representative)

Notes: **Member ordinarily resident overseas     ***Member under 30

Roles

Our President holds office for one year. Our Deputy President holds office for two years and then becomes our President.

The Deputy Presidents and Vice-Presidents are expected to chair one of our key boards, to also serve on a board or committee, to head various studies, to represent the President at events or visits, and to represent us on external boards and committees. Ordinary members are expected to serve on one or more of the key boards.

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Trustee Board Meetings

Meeting dates 2024/25

27 June 2024
19 September 2024
12 December 2024
 14 March 2025
 17 April 2025




Trustee Board Report and Annual Accounts

Find out how we are improving the world through engineering, meeting our strategic objectives and about our annual accounts - download the Trustee Board's report and annual accounts.

If you would like a printed version of this document, contact the Governance Department, at governance@imeche.org

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President Tony Roche

Your Institution needs you

Past President Tony Roche explains the role of Trustees.