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The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is the organization's governing body, elected at the Annual Assembly meeting. All members are responsible for gaining a basic understanding and initiating actions in support of IIJD's mission, goals, and programs. This includes assisting in expanding IIJD's outreach and increasing its visibility and donor support.
The Board of Directors manages the organization through an Executive Committee. The Board of Directors determines the Organization's objectives, strategic management: the control of administrative and financial policy and decisions regarding activities of the Corporation.
The Board of Directors is also responsible for overseeing the general supervision of the business and affairs of the International Institute for Justice and Development (IIJD), Inc.
IIJD’s Board of Directors acts on behalf of IIJD’s constituents, including service recipients, funders, supporters, volunteers, governments, and taxpayers. It has the primary responsibility for fulfilling the organization's mission.

IIJD’s Board of Directors is made up of eleven members who establish committees, structure the organization, and accomplish their functions through regular meetings.
Practically, IIJD’s Board members meet, prepare, and engage in thoughtful dialogues, which generate useful ideas to help the organization financially grow.