The ‘Koninklijke Nederlandse Centrale Vereniging tot bestrijding der Tuberculose’ (KNCV or KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation) is an association of members according to Dutch law. Members are associations and foundations which have TB control as their mission or area of work.
The Executive Director carries statutory responsibility and conducts day to day management, and is supported by an Executive Committee and a broader Management Team. The General Assembly is the highest governance body. KNCV has a Board of Trustees with a supervisory and advisory mandate.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Board of Trustees consists of the following members:
- Ms. Mirella Visser, chair
- Mr. Ton van Dijk, vice-chair
- Ms. Maria van der Sluijs-Plantz
- Mr. Jan Hendrik Richardus
- Ms. Wieneke Meijer
- Mr. Rolph van der Hoeven
- Mr. Johan van ’t Hag
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND MANAGEMENT TEAM
As of May 1 2020, Dr Mustapha Gidado (MD, PhD), our Executive Director, leads the organization. Diana Numan serves as acting Deputy Director, appointed by the Executive Director in consultation with the Board of Trustees. The Deputy Director advices and supports the Executive Director and is mandated with delegated responsibilities and representation as deposited at the Chamber of Commerce.
The Executive Committee advices the ED on statutory, administrative, strategic and personnel decisions. The Executive Committee (ExCom) composed of the Executive Director, F&O Director (acting Deputy Director) and Technical Division Director and Manager;
The Management Team consists of the (acting) Executive Director plus:
• Diana Numan, Director Finance & Operations Division, acting Deputy Director
• Agnes Gebhard, Director Technical Division
• Emmy van der Grinten, Manager Technical Division
• Katja Brenninkmeijer, Head Human Resource Management
• Nathalie Veenman, Head of Communications and Resource Mobilization
• Beatrijs Stikkers, Board Secretary
In accordance with the Works Councils Act, KNCV has a Works Council.
GOOD GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK AT KNCV TUBERCULOSIS FOUNDATION
Applying the SBF-code voor Goed Bestuur (formerly Wijffels Code)
The “Good Governance Framework at KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation”, developed by KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, is closely aligned with the principles developed by the Wijffels Commission. These were formulated in the Code of Good Governance for Charitable Organizations and adopted in 2005 by the Dutch Fundraising Institutions Association (Goede Doelen Nederland).
In drawing up the Good Governance Framework KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation’s aim was to create the necessary conditions for clear lines of command, effective supervision of the management and transparent accountability (in advance and in retrospect). Each year, the Foundation’s directors and trustees render an account of the application and effectiveness of management and supervision to the general assembly and in the annual report.
The KNCV Good Governance Framework and the Wijffels Code are designed to achieve added value by stimulating the quality of organizational functioning. This quality objective guides the structuring of KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation’s governance. The organizational functioning involves: meeting the objectives, the best possible allocation of resources, efficient operations, and appropriate fundraising.
Applying ‘Good Governance’ at KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation: Please download here the KNCV Governance Framework – as approved by General Assembly on 16 May 2018.
In determining the remuneration policy and remuneration of our Executive Director, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation adheres to Goede Doelen Nederland’s advisory scheme for the remuneration of the management of charitable organizations (“Adviesregeling Beloning Directeuren van Goede Doelen”), which finds its base in the ‘Wet Normering Topinkomens’ (WNT) and the code of governance for charitable organizations (formerly “Code Wijffels”, currently SBF Good Governance Code; see www.goededoelennederland.nl). Please find the declaration of the remuneration of our Executive Director here.
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is an association of Members.
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
To download the latest version of the Articles of Association (23 August 2012), please click here.