Board and Corporate Governance

RAA Board and Committees

RAA Board

The Board of Directors has a leadership role in corporate governance of RAA to ensure the protection of all members and stakeholders.  The Board, as the members’ representative, is accountable to the members of the RAA for the governance and performance of the organisation.

The Board is responsible for establishing the RAA’s long term strategic direction, approving and monitoring business performance against corporate budgets and plans, service standards and policy, and ensuring the RAA acts lawfully and responsibly.

Follow the links below to find out more about RAA Board members, their role and responsibilities in overseeing governance of the organisation for members:

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