The president is the figure head responsible for the association. She represents the organisation to membership as well as to third parties and ensures the implementation of decisions taken at the General Assembly. She convenes and presides at meetings of the General Assembly and meetings of the Board of Directors. She signs all letters and contractual agreements with the Executive Directors and Treasurer, as well as the meeting minutes with the Secretary General. In her absence, the Secretary General takes her place.
The Secretary General is the custodian of the records of the association. She is responsible for communication and administrative affairs. She presents the conclusions of various meetings. She prepares the agenda of meetings and sessions and writes the minutes. She presents a summary report of activities at each General Assembly.
The General Treasurer must have accounting and financial management capabilities. She is responsible for raising funds for the association and managing its resources. She disburses on behalf of the President, with whom she co-signs financial documents. She presents financial reports as required and at the end of the term of office.
Councillors share their experience, assist the Board of Directors in carrying out the tasks entrusted to them. They are responsible for guiding them in their respective functions and in decision-making. Specific tasks can be assigned to individual councillors.