This week three of the MS Society's trustees - Amanda Cox, Caroline Green and
Stuart Nixon - are online to answer your questions about their role at the MS
The trustees are a board of volunteers who are ultimately
responsible for deciding how the MS Society achieves the aims set out in its
strategy. Most of them are people who have direct experience of living with
multiple sclerosis (MS), either because they have MS themselves, or because
someone close to them does.
You can see from three film interviews
that their mix of skills
and experience is crucial to the Society. They all bring something different to
the table in a bid to ensure that the Society punches its weight on behalf of
people with MS - whether increasing our investment in research, campaigning for
the adoption of independent living, striving to bring in new volunteers to help
us deliver care and support across the UK, and more.
So if you have ever
wondered why the Society works as it does, this is your chance to find out.
Whether you want to know about our policies on research and social care, what
the trustees think about the branch network, how they got involved, or more,
please post your questions on our Q and A message board. MS Society