The TFV benefits from the leadership and guidance of a five-member Board of Directors elected by the ASP for three-year terms. The five seats are distributed according to the five major world regions. Each member serves in an individual capacity on a pro bono basis.

Every year the Board of Directors convenes in the Hague for its Annual Meetings. The lists of decisions taken by the Board during the past five years are available below (pdf):

The TFV's current Board is composed of the following five members:

Japan, representing the Asian States
2012 - current

Motoo Noguchi is Chair of the Board of Directors of the Trust Fund for Victims at the International Criminal Court since 2012.

Bosnia Herzegovina, representing Eastern European States
2016 - current

Alma Taso Deljković works with witnesses/victims since 2005 within Witness Support Section of The Court of BiH. During this period, in addition to providing the direct support to witnesses of The Court, she strongly advocates development and improvement of witness support system in jurisdiction of BiH and elsewhere, promotes the rights of witnesses/victims, enables the dialogue and communication with local communities regarding needs and rights of victims/survivors/witnesses.

UK, representing Western European and Other States
2016 - current

Baroness Helić is a Member of the UK House of Lords. Her special fields of interest are defence and foreign policy. She has spent most of her working life as a defence and foreign policy advisor. From 2004 – 2010 Baroness Helić was the Senior Adviser to the Rt Hon William Hague, the Shadow Foreign Secretary, and then his Senior Special Adviser when he was Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State from 2010-2015. She was responsible for developing and driving forward foreign policy priorities of the UK Government.

Uruguay, representing the Americas and Caribbean State
2016 - current

Attorney and Professor specialized in Human Rights and International Justice. J.D. Law and Social Sciences, Law School Universidad de la República 1987, (UDELAR), Montevideo; -L.L.M. Columbia Law School 1992, New York City. Currently, working as Honorary Commissioner in Montevideo, Uruguay for the Working Group for Truth and Justice, and a President for the River Plate Administrative Commission (CARP) Uruguayan Delegation in Buenos Aires - Montevideo. Co-author of the book “An Introduction to International Law on the Protection of Human Rights”, FCU 2012, Montevideo.

Mali, representing African States
2016 - current

Ms Mama KOITE DOUMBIA was a Teacher of History and Geography from 1972 to 1977 and then became Inspector for Youth and Sport from 1977 to 2012. At the same time she was also a trade unionist in the Education and Culture Union for nearly 30 years and represented the Centrale UNTM [Central Mali National Workers Union] in the Regional Office of the CSI and the Board of Directors of the International Labour Organization.