The EIS is funded by a grant of £60 million over four years from UK Sport and income generated by providing services to sport national governing bodies (NGBs).
In the current cycle, NGBs will have invested £27.6 million in EIS services.
The EIS has its own independent board, chaired by John Steele, providing strategic direction to the organisation with the aim of supporting the delivery of Olympic and Paralympic success by fulfilling our vision to be the world leading high performance institute.
If you wish to view our Board Member Interest Declarations please click here.
We recognise the value of having a diverse Board and are committed to progressing towards greater diversity within Board and leadership positions.
We will aim to maintain gender parity with a minimum of 30% of each gender on our Board and will also demonstrate a strong and public commitment to achieving further diversity, including, but not limited to, Black, Asian, minority ethnic (BAME) diversity and disability.
We will seek to advertise appropriate Board vacancies in a wide-ranging and targeted manner ensuring that the vacancies reach the widest demographics attracting those from all backgrounds with the appropriate skills.
To read about our commitment to equality, please click here.
For our Board Diversity Action Plan, please click here.
Click here to read our Gender Pay Gap report (published March 2018).