Governance and Membership
The governing bodies of the Institute
The President is elected by the Board of Institutional Members based on a nomination by the Rector of the University of Trento. The President convenes and presides over the Board of Institutional Members, the Steering Committee and the Management Committee and is the legal representative of the Foundation.
The Board of Founding Members is composed of the legal representatives of the Founding Members or their delegates. The Board decides on: matters concerning change to the Statute; dissolution of the Foundation; and appointment of the President, Vice President, members of the Management Committee, and members of the Advisory Board.
The Steering Committee consists of representatives from all the Founding and Ordinary Members and performs the general function of exercising direction and control over the centre’s activities. In particular, it is responsible for decisions regarding approval of multi-year planning documents, appointment of the Auditor, and approval of the proposed and actual budgets.
The Management Committee is composed of the President and three to eight members elected by the Board of Foudning Members. The tasks of this Committee include: deciding on matters concerning the activities of Euricse in pursuit of its aims, deliberating on the admission of new members on the basis of the regulations approved by the Steering Committee, defining the organization’s structure, deliberating on any action concerning assets and financial matters, and appointing a Scientific Committee. The current composition of the Management Committee is as follows:
- President Carlo Borzaga
- Vice President Diego Schelfi
- CEO Gianluca Salvatori
- Management Committee Members Walter Bruni, Livia Ferrario, Charles Gould
The Auditor is appointed by the Steering Committee. The Auditor is responsible for supervision of Euricse’s administrative management, as well as compliance with the law and with the Statute. Currently the Auditor is Pompeo Viganò.
Euricse is characterised by Italian law as an associational foundation. It has the legal status of a private nonprofit and operates with full statutory and management autonomy.
Members are divided into three groups:
- Founding Members: the founders of Institute and they guarantee its continuity;
- Ordinary Members are those that contribute significant resources to the Institute‘s assets or operations: an organization may become an Ordinary Member upon deliberation by the Management Committee and in accordance with the regulations established by the Steering Committee (read all). Membership applications should be submitted to the Management Committee (read all).