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Trustees and Governance

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Constitution

St Elizabeth’s is one of the charitable works of the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross of Liege (“the Congregation”), a Catholic religious congregation, founded in 1833 in Liege, Belgium.  The Congregation in the British Isles is a charitable company limited by guarantee, (incorporated on 15 January 1998 under company number 3492921 and registered under charity number 1068661).

Organisation

The Main Advisory Committee meets six times a year and advises the Provincial Superior and Trustees, on all aspects of the strategic direction and the monitoring of the work of the Centre.

In addition there is a Home Advisory Committee and Boards of School and College Governors to advise on the operation of the Adult Care Services, School and College respectively.

A Management Team consisting of the Sister Superior, Chief Executive, Director of Education, Director of Adult Care Services, Director of Finance and Director of HR & Staff Development undertake the routine day-to-day management of over 600 multi-disciplinary staff at St Elizabeth's and of the services they deliver.