The executive board is a policy-making body accountable to congress. It is responsible for overseeing PSA policy and making sure we spend our money wisely.
It meets at least five times a year, and is chaired by the PSA president.
Executive board members may hold office for two years and can be re-elected for a further two consecutive years.
The board consists of:
Click here to see where the executive board sits in the PSA governance structure.