Regulation of other bodies: Advisory Board and General Manager
Article 33. Advisory Board
The Board of Trustees may create an Advisory Board in order to provide technical advice to the Board of Trustees on matters specific to the foundational purposes. The natural and legal persons established by the Board of Trustees who are experts in those matters may be members of this Board. This Advisory Board will consist of a minimum of three people and a maximum of fifteen. The term of office shall be four years, with re-election indefinitely. The position of advisory director will not be remunerated. Their functions will always be of an advisory nature and will never be mandatory or binding on the Board of Trustees.
Those who are members of the Board of Trustees will always act as Chairman and Secretary of the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board will always be convened at the initiative of the Chair, who will set the agenda for each meeting. The Board of Trustees may decide on other aspects of the operation of the Advisory Board.
Article 34. The CEO
The Board of Trustees may appoint a director who will be the ordinary executive director of the Foundation. The Board of Trustees will set the term of office, which may be indefinite, and will delegate to it the specific powers it deems appropriate, except those that are legally non-delegable.
It will not be necessary to be a patron to hold the position of general manager. If the position is held by an employer, the employment or professional relationship must be articulated by means of a contract that clearly determines the work or professional tasks that are remunerated, which must be different from those of the position of employer.
The position of director is remunerated, in the terms that are considered appropriate to the nature and representativeness of the position and its functions.
When he / she is not a trustee, the general director attends all the meetings of the Board of Trustees to which he / she is convened and may intervene with a voice but without a vote.