The executive board consists of eight members that are recommended by the search committee and appointed by the GAM. Their tasks include organising the daily operations of Sefa, the organisation of the GAM, and safeguarding the future of Sefa.Read more
The General Assembly of Members (GAM) is the supreme governing body of Sefa, and is organised in the General Meeting three times per year. The powers of the GAM include, among others, changing bylaws, and appointing executive board and supervisory board members. The GAM is composed of active members.
The supervisory board consists of a minimum of three members, but is not allowed to outnumber the executive board. Supervisory board members are appointed by the GAM. Their tasks include supervision and advisory to the executive board.Read more
The search committee consists of at least three people, of whom one must be a supervisory board, and one must be an executive board member. The search committee is appointed by the GAM. The task of the search committee is to search, screen and recommend new board members to the GAM.Read more
The board of recommendation is represented by people from various influential positions, both from the public and private sector. Their goals include supporting Sefa with their strategy and recommend Sefa to organisations and companies.Read more
The member council consists of three to four members appointed by the GAM. The member council represents the Sefa active members. The task of the member council is to keep in close contact with the active members and voice their opinions to the executive board during meetings as well as during the GAM.
The commercial team consists of three members who are selected by the executive board. The members of the commercial team are responsible for managing and expanding the commercial network of Sefa.Read more