The POGIL Steering Committee guides the work of The Project by assuring that the strategic plan is carried out. There are nine members on the Steering Committee, each with defined responsibilities related to one of the goals of the strategic plan. The members serve a 3-year term, with three members rotating off each year, and new members rotating on at the POGIL National Meeting.
The POGIL Board of Directors directs the activities of The POGIL Project as a corporate entity, and stands in a fiduciary relationship to the Corporation. Members of the Board are appointed by the other members of the Board.