Two bodies steer the work of Münsterland e.V.:
The general meeting convenes once a year. The members of Münsterland e.V. currently include around 180 companies, about 50 chambers, institutions and associations, around 30 private individuals as well as the city of Münster, the 65 towns and municipalities from the districts of Borken, Coesfeld, Steinfurt and Warendorf and some of Münsterland's neighbouring towns.
The Supervisory Board is the most important body of the association. It essentially makes strategic decisions and appoints and supervises the Executive Board. It meets several times a year. The members of the Supervisory Board are:
Dr. Kai Zwicker (Chairman), Dietmar Bergmann (Deputy Chairman), Renate Dölling, Helmut Fehr, Dorothee Feller, Martin Gerhardy, Dr. Olaf Gericke, Dr. Jürgen Grüner, Guido Gutsche, Marius Herwig, Hans Hund, Dr. Fritz Jaeckel, Thomas Kerkhoff, Bernd Laukötter, Christa Lenderich, Matthias Löb, Martina Mersch, Detlef Ommen, Thomas Paal, Carsten Peters, Henning Rehbaum, Carsten Schröder, Dr Susanne Schulte, Susanne Schulze Bockeloh, Mechthild Schulze Hessing, Dr Christian Schulze Pellengahr, Sebastian Seidel, Dr Martin Sommer, Karl Werring, Prof. Dr Johannes Wessels.
The Münsterland Economic Development Conference coordinates economic development activities in the region and develops strategies for further development in the Münsterland. Members include:
Dr Wilhelm Bauhus, Dr Elisabeth Birckenstaedt, Joachim Brendel, Klaus Ehling, Dr Jürgen Grüner, Thomas Harten, Dr Heiner Kleinschneider, Petra Michalczak-Hülsmann, Birgit Neyer, Julia Roesler, Carsten Schröder, Gunhild Wiering.
The Münsterland Cultural Council advises and recommends funding projects for regional cultural policy in Münsterland. It also provides impetus in terms of content, takes a stand on cultural policy issues and gives new weight to the representation of interests in the cultural region. The members include:
Dr. Jörg Albrecht, Gernd Andersen, Ludger Bals, Dr. Wilhelm Bauhus, Petra Becker, Rainer Becker, Dr. Alexander Berger, Dietmar Bergmann, Claudia Bögel-Hoyer, Dirk Bogdanski, Dr. Thomas Brüggemann, Sonja Bruns, Berthold Bültgerds, Elisabeth Büning, Heinz-Bernd Buss, Nicola Ebel, Klaus Ehling, Corinna Endlich, Prof. Stephan Froleyks, Dieter Gebhard, Dr. Martin Gesing, Andrea Hankeln, Peter Horstmann, Daniel Huhn, Swenja Janning, Peter Kersting, Sonja Knauth, Michael Kösters, Ruppe Koselleck, Lars Krolik, Editha Laubrock, Dr. Friederike Maßling, Wilhelm Möhrke, Jörn Möltgen, Ansgar Nospickel, Susanne Opp Scholzen, Frank Röpke, Dr. Nikolaus Schneider, Frauke Schnell, Ludger Schnieder, Dr. Susanne Schulte, Dr. Christian Schulze Pellengahr, Kathrin Reuscher, Karin Rodeheger, Steffen Ruwe, Simone Schiffer, Andre Sebastian, Stefan Streit, Petra Tenbrock, Thomas Tenkamp, Jan-Christoph Tonigs, Lisa Tschorn, Kerstin Uphues, Antje Valentin, Georg Veit, Dr. Patrick Voßkamp, Thomas Waschki, Andreas Weber, Melanie Wiebusch.
The Tourism Working Group serves as an exchange platform for tourism issues in the region and as a specialist body for strategic issues in preparation for decisions by the Supervisory Board. The members are:
Dagmar Beckmann, Andrea Böing, Stefanie Borgert, Martin Bußkamp, Katharina Detert, Renate Dölling, Alexia Finkeldei, Daniela Glimm-Lükewille, Natalie Jakubik, Marion Kessens, Bernd Laukötter, Petra Panske, Birgit Rudolph, Christine Schneider, Ralf Siebelt, Mathias Raabe, Kirsten Weßling.