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Organisational structure

„Humanitatis optima est certatio“
From the Latin: “The noblest competition is the competition of humanity”. – Cyrus

In accordance with the strategic plan and the guidelines provided by the Board of Directors and the General Assembly, the Boards and Committees are committed to overseeing: ongoing activities, integration, implementation of established strategic plans, control, accountability, development of initiated causes, ideas and initiatives.

Assoc. Dr. Lyuben Stanev


Visionaries Board and Communications Board

The Visionaries Board and the Communications Board are responsible for overseeing the processes of activities carried out by members of specific committees.

Role: The Visionaries' Council is tasked with exploring, analysing and setting the strategic direction and framework for the association's activities and appearances. This council makes decisions based on the analysis and research conducted to identify opportunities for development and innovation that will contribute to the achievement of the association's goals.

Tasks: formulating long-term strategies, setting priorities for the association's activities, providing industry leadership.

Suitable members: CEO's of successful companies and organisations who are known for their strategic approach and are used to providing guidance for development.

Role: The Communications Committee plays a key role in managing the Association's relations with external government departments, organisations, the media and the general public. It is also responsible for internal communication and coordination between the different parts of the Association.

Tasks: developing communication strategies, drafting clear and effective messages, coordinating press conferences and events, maintaining a positive image of the association.

Suitable members: media professionals, PR professionals, communication experts with proven experience in public communication management.


We support the active participation of Quality of Life Association members and those close to the boards by encouraging them to join committees in order to use their experience, knowledge, skills and competencies to support the Society.

Role: The Medical Innovation Committee aims to promote medical innovation that will improve the quality of health care. This committee works closely with medical professionals and institutions.

Tasks: identification of innovative methods and technologies, evaluation of their applicability and effectiveness, promotion of collaboration between medical and scientific institutions.

Suitable Members: Leading medical professionals, biotechnology and pharmaceutical experts who have experience in the development and implementation of innovations in medicine.

Role: The Education Committee develops and coordinates educational programmes and initiatives that promote learning and personal development.

Tasks: creation of educational materials, organization of seminars and trainings, promotion of lifelong learning.

Suitable members: teachers, researchers, experts in the field of education and human potential development.

Role: the Cause Implementation Committee translates the ideas and strategies of the association into concrete actions and projects. This committee plays an important role in fulfilling the mission and goals of the association.

Tasks: organising campaigns, projects and events that support the association's aims, managing resources and volunteers.

Suitable members: volunteers, students, experts in the field of social and educational initiatives who are committed to improving the quality of life.

Role: The Collaboration Committee is responsible for establishing and maintaining partnerships with other organizations that share the goals of the association. This committee works to build sustainable partnership relationships.

Tasks: identify suitable partners, negotiate agreements and contracts, organise joint initiatives and projects.

Suitable members: leaders of associations, foundations, educational institutions and other institutions that can provide support for the objectives of the association.

Role: The Emotional Wellness Committee focuses on the psychophysical and emotional well-being of employees. This committee creates conditions for a healthy work environment and promotes positive mental status of individuals.

Tasks: organising psychological support sessions, providing resources and tools to improve emotional wellbeing.

Suitable members: psychologists, psychiatrists, nutritionists and other professionals in the field of physical and mental health.

Role: The Conferences and Events Committee is responsible for organizing a variety of events and conferences that inform the community and support the goals of the association.

Tasks: planning and coordinating events, attracting participants and partners, managing media and PR aspects.

Suitable members: event organisations and agencies, media and PR professionals, representatives of educational institutions and other organisations that can contribute to the successful realisation of events and conferences.