The MESE establishes a bylaw that guide the conduct of the Society's affairs in accordance with the Organizations of Civil Societies Proclamation No. 1113/2019.
The MESE is governed by a General Assembly as the supreme decision-making body. The Auditor is responsible for overseeing the business of the executive committee. The executive committee has 7 members: President, Vice President, Secretary, Finance Head, Cashier and 2 members. The executive committee is responsible for overseeing the business of the society and to direct management concerning operational matters.
The executive committee is supported by standing & temporary committees with expertise guidance in specialized professional and administration areas.
The president provides leadership in guiding the executive committee and coordinating its activities. The vice-president assists the president, and have powers and duties that the president may delegate or the bylaw may prescribe. The mandate, duties, and responsibilities of the secretary, finance head and cashier are provided in Article 21 of MESE's bylaw.
The MESE Executive Committee is committed to responsible governance practice.
The term of reference for executive committee and its members sets out the way in which the executive committee organizes and conducts itself to fulfill its responsibilities, and describes the responsibilities of members.
Ms. Sara Wondwossen
Dr. Engidayehu Desalegn
Mr. Dessalegn Melkamu
Mr. Abdurazak Nesro
Dr. Melkamu Meaza
Dr. Aryamawit Neway
Dr. Oumer Mohammed
Mr. Fitsum Taye
Dr. Yoseph Cheru
Dr. Ram Lulu
Mr. Genanaw Kassaye