WADA is composed of a Foundation Board, an Executive Committee and several Committees.
The 38-member Foundation Board is WADA’s supreme decision-making body. It is composed equally of representatives from the Olympic Movement and governments.
The Foundation Board delegates the actual management and running of the Agency, including the performance of activities and the administration of assets, to the Executive Committee, WADA’s ultimate policy-making body.
The 12-member Executive Committee is also composed equally of representatives from the Olympic Movement and governments.
WADA's Presidency – a volunteer position – alternates between the Olympic Movement and governments.
WADA’s Committees act as advisory committees and provide guidance for the Agency’s programs.
WADA is a Swiss private law, not-for-profit Foundation. Its seat is in Lausanne, Switzerland, and its headquarters are in Montreal, Canada.