The Foundation for Development Planning, Inc (FDPI) is subject to the provisions of Title 13, Chapter 3 of the Virgin Islands Code, which deal with nonprofit corporations. The Articles of Incorporation for the Foundation also includes specific reference to the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. The main legal instruments that determine the purpose of FDPI and its operational procedures are the Articles of Incorporation and the By-laws.

Board of Directors
•  Floyd Homer, President (profile)
•  Beverly Foster-Hinds, Treasurer (profile)
•  Mitchell Neaves, Vice President (profile)
•  Rahanna Juman, Secretary (profile)
•  Wendel Clarke, Director (profile)
•  Lloyd Gardner, Executive Director (profile)

In addition to the By-laws of the organization, board governance is shaped by guidelines on issues such as board diversity and conflict of interest.

FDPI Associates
Persons wishing to be associated with the Foundation in carrying out its objects and purposes may be appointed by the FDPI board of directors as non-voting Associates of the Foundation, provided that such persons agree to abide by the Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, guidelines, and standards of professional conduct established by the board of directors.

Appointment of associates is one of the mechanisms established by the FDPI to enable  persons that share the same philosophy of development as the FDPI to be formally associated with the FDPI, under terms that:
• Support the professional and career development of the individual;
• Support the work of the individual;
• Enhance the institutional development and effectiveness of the FDPI; and
• Facilitate amplification of collective action to create transformative impact.

Guidelines for Appointment of FDPI Associates
Application Form for FDPI Associates
Annual Report Form for FDPI Associates