ISBA has an elected Board of Trustees.
The board consists of between eight and 12 members. In addition,
Scottish schools are represented by the Chair of the Scottish
Bursars' Association who is a co-opted member.
The members of the ISBA Board are all serving bursars or school
business managers and bring expertise from a variety of
backgrounds. They use their wealth of knowledge and experience to
provide strategic direction to the association.
Board members serve for three years and they may seek
re-election for a further period of three years. After this they
leave the Board unless elected either Vice Chair or Chair. The
Chair and Vice Chair are elected at each Annual General Meeting
(AGM) and may not hold office for more than three years. ISBA is
governed by its Articles of Association.
The ISBA Board must hold at least three meetings a year.
In practice, the Board aims to meet during January, March, May,
July and November.