Tate’s Trustees serve in a voluntary capacity and are unremunerated. They act as guardians of the public interest and so Tate seeks to represent a broad range of different backgrounds, areas of expertise and perspectives on the Board.
Trustees are frequently leaders in their fields. They include practising visual artists, experts in education and art, and leaders in media and business.
Registers of interest
A Register of Interests is kept up to date for each Trustee so that any potential conflicts of interest can be identified and managed in line with the principles set out in Tate’s Conflict of Interest Management Policy.
Trustees’ registers of interest are made available online together with their individual profiles.