In order for AMBA to achieve our goals and ensure we are delivering on our priorities, we need the support of our community of volunteers. We achieve all of our goals via an integrated structure between local clubs, state bodies, national working groups and the Board of Directors. AMBA's volunteers work to develop and implement a plan of action that will create a strong national organisation, better serving the needs of Australia's multiple birth community.

AMBA is a fully volunteer run not-for-profit organisation consisting of multiple birth families. With no paid executive staff, AMBA’s board, state/territory bodies and clubs are managed and operated by volunteer parents of multiples from all walks of life and experience.

In order for AMBA to achieve our goals and ensure we are delivering on our priorities, we need the support of our community of volunteers. We achieve all of our goals via an integrated structure between local clubs, state bodies, national project teams and the Board of Directors. AMBA's volunteers work to develop and implement a plan of action that will create a strong national organisation, ensuring we continue to improve health outcomes for multiple birth families.

Governance

Board of Directors

State bodies

Local clubs

 

 

As a company limited by guarantee, AMBA is required by law to maintain a Board of Directors. The AMBA Board of Directors is a hybrid model of a typical board and an executive management team. AMBA's tiered and federated member-club model requires our board to take on executive management responsibilities in addition to our governance role of providing leadership and strategy, setting and maintaining vision, mission and values and ensuring compliance with governing documents.

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