Martyn Phillips joined the Board in 2015.
He is a member of the Six Nations Council, a director of the British Lions Designated Activity Company and Celtic Rugby Designated Activity Company.
He was formerly CEO of B&Q and a non-executive director of Hydrogen Group plc.
In 2013 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Southampton Solent University for services to business. He was educated at Fishguard Grammar School and UWIC in Cardiff, before studying at both Oxford Brookes College and then Templeton College, Oxford.
Whilst at school he won international caps at U15 level and was a member of the Welsh Schools U18 squad.
Gareth Davies joined the Board in 2014 and was elected as Chairman in the same year.
He is a member of the World Rugby Council, its Executive Committee, as well as being a director of Rugby World Cup Limited, Six Nations Rugby Limited and the British Lions Designated Activity Company and is on the board of EPCR.
A former international fly-half and British and Irish Lions tourist in 1980, he earned 21 caps for his country and captained Wales on five occasions.
He has held senior executive positions with the Newport Gwent Dragons, CBI Wales, BBC Wales, Cardiff RFC, S4C, the Sports Council for Wales, the Royal Mail and the Welsh Development Agency – where he headed the Sydney, Australia office – and is a former Dean of the Carnegie Faculty at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Joined the Board on 19 October 2014 as a national representative.
He is a member of the World Rugby Council.
A former Wales prop forward, who won five caps, including during the first Rugby World Cup in 1987. He played over 230 times for Llanelli, before later becoming team manager in 1991 seeing the club through the transition from amateur to professional rugby during over 30 years of service.
He originally worked as a colliery fitter before changing roles for a management position in a chemical company.
Joined the Board in 2015.
He is a one club man having been associated with Bargoed RFC since leaving school in late 1960’s and recently accepted life membership of the club. He was the captain for five successive years in the mid to late 1970’s.
Once his playing career ended, he joined the club’s committee. With an unbroken service with his beloved Bargoed, in 2015 he completed a 20th year as club honorary secretary.
On leaving college he took up a teaching post within Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council and enjoyed a career in education until his recent retirement.
Joined the Board in 2014.
He played for the youth and senior teams of Llandaff North and, following injury, joined the committee, latterly as the rugby secretary, and was awarded life membership after 23 years of service. He was formerly a selector, vice chairman and competition secretary for the East District Rugby Union.
He is a retired chartered electrical engineer and former design and construction manager for Cardiff Council.
Joined the Board in 2014.
He played rugby for Glyncorrwg, Tonmawr and the Royal Marines, before moving into the coaching environment where his main background is in strength and conditioning.
He has worked in this field at Premiership level with Swansea and Aberavon, spent three years in the regional set up with the Ospreys senior squad and played a significant part in the management and coaching set up of the Wales Deaf Rugby team which won the World Cup in New Zealand in 2002.
He is a former senior non-commissioned officer in the Royal Marines with 18 years’ experience, holding high profile appointments during a distinguished career. He now runs his own gym and fitness centre.
Joined the Board in 2015.
From Clydach, he is a former Wales Schools U16 international and played youth rugby for Morriston before joining Vardre where he became club secretary, vice chairman and then chairman in 2012.
He works for the City and County of Swansea.
Joined the Board in 2011.
He represented Whitland, Gwernyfed, Breconshire, Carmarthen Quins and Crymych at senior level.
He was head coach at Crymych for three years before becoming Club Secretary in 1989, a position he still holds today, and is a life member of the club. He has been a District H committee member since 1995 and chaired the district from 2009 to 2011.
Since 2014 he has represented the WRU as a delegate to Rugby Europe and has recently been appointed to its Sevens Commission.
He is a former schoolmaster and currently runs a farm in Pembrokeshire.
Joined the Board in 2015. Prior to that she was based in the USA for seven years as the Executive Vice President and Vice President of People and Organisation for Mars Incorporated.
She grew up outside Cardiff where she gained her passion for Welsh Rugby, and holds a BSc Honours degree in business studies. She spent her 30-year career at Mars working across the management structure in a number of high profile roles in the UK, Belgium and the USA.
Now retired from her executive role, she has several non-executive directorships.
Joined the Board in 2015. He is a former CEO of Dell UK and previously worked in Singapore and Australia in a variety of senior positions with the company.
His career has spanned senior management roles in a number of major companies including PriceWaterhouseCoopers, NCR and the BBC.
He has roots in Wales and played for Newbridge as well as captaining Cross Keys and Monmouthshire U23s. He also represented Cardiff University, Welsh Universities and British Universities.