What do trustees do?
The Trustee Board consists of five Sabbatical Officers, six students and one non-student appointed by the Trustees themselves.
Alongside being the Chair of the Executive and the line manager of the Chief Executive, the General Secretary is the Chair of the Trustee Board.
The three main roles of the Trustee Board are:
- To make sure everything we do benefits the students of LSE
- To ensure that the Union is financially solvent
- To ensure that everything we do is legally permissible
Want to find out more about a Trustee Board position? Check out the official Government guide.
How can I influence the work of the Trustee Board?
You can run as a candidate in the elections, either for a Sabbatical Officer role or a part-time role. You can find out more by checking out our elections page.
You can put a question to any of the trustees by dropping an email to the Chair of Trustee Board, your current General Secretary.
Sabbatical Officer Trustees
Meet the trustees
- Avinash Ashok
- Linea Petrela-Paiement
- Robel Iysassu
- Onyeka Aghatise
- Marie-Hélène Blattmann Lenoir
Trustee Board Meetings
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