What do the JLC’s Vice Presidents do?
The JLC’s Vice Presidents are Jewish Community leaders and experts who do not represent a specific organisation.
The Vice Presidents advise the JLC’s Trustees and Council of Membership. They have a voice but not a vote – they attend meetings and give their time and experience to the Jewish Community and the JLC. Some Vice Presidents volunteer to join JLC committees.
How are the Vice Presidents chosen?
- Vice Presidents are appointed by the Trustees and the Council of Membership.
- Most of the current Vice Presidents were originally JLC members, who gave up their right to vote when the Council changed to only be open to heads of major Jewish organisations.
- We are considering opening up the process of nominating JLC Vice Presidents to the wider Jewish community.
Who are they accountable to?
The Vice Presidents don’t make any formal decisions. The Trustees are accountable for any advice they choose to follow.
Who are the current Vice Presidents?