Organizationally, how is Jewish Science structured?

Jewish Science is based in New York City, with chapters on the west coast. Since the passing of Jewish Science’s co-founders, Rabbi Morris Lichtenstein (1938) and Tehilla Lichtenstein (1973), the organization has been run by non-rabbinic professionals, with rabbis conducting religious services, High Holy Days, Torah classes, Passover Seders, etc. Jewish Science publishes books, cassettes and a magazine, organizes study groups or chapters and provides ongoing education on the principles and practices of Jewish Science. All of this is done under the Society of Jewish Science; The Center of Applied Judaism, its Board of Directors, Executive Director and volunteers.