The Board is a collegial governing body, which determines the main priorities, objectives and strategy of the Association. Board activities are regulated by the Law of Georgia on Mediation and the Statute of the Association of Mediators. The Board is composed of at least eight members. Board members are elected at the General Meeting of the Association for a term of 4 years. Executive Board members are not renumerated. The Chairperson of the Association of Mediators ex officio is an Executive Board member and presides over it.
Executive Board meetings shall be held when necessary, but at least once a quarter. In addition to collegial management of the Association, the Board performs various functions, including reviewing and approving annual activity plans, budgets and reports; keeping the register, planning and implementing training and educational programmes to upgrade mediators' qualifications; and approving the rule for issuing training accreditation.