Members of the Board of Directors act in a voluntary capacity in managing staff, resources and finances of the Legal Service. The Directors collectively have a broad range of skills and experience. They attend Board meetings once a month, as well as attending to various issues between meetings.
The current SKLS Board
Adam Meyer (Chairperson)
Stephanie Tonkin (Secretary)
Elliot Anderson (Treasurer)
What does the Board do?
The Board is responsible for ensuring that staff operate within a safe workplace, that all award conditions are met and that relevant policies, procedures and practices are in place to facilitate the provision of accessible legal services to the community.
It is the Board’s role to ensure the Service’s operations:
- Reflect the core principles of CLCs.
- Are legally and financially accountable.
- Meet requirements of the funders’ Service Agreements.
- Are planned, developed, implemented and evaluated annually through work plans.
Board Directors must be a member of the St Kilda Legal Service Co-op (as should all other volunteers). They are voted onto the Board by the Members at the Annual General Meeting.