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Chairman The head of an academic department. See 'Chair. ', Cf Chief.
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She paid special gratitude to outgoing chairperson Ms.
On this occasion, a detailed briefing regarding complaint web portal of OPC was also given to the chairpersons and members of district overseas committees.
1) shall submit to the Jogorku Kenesh the candidates to be elected to the position of the Chairperson of the National Bank; at the proposal of the Chairperson of the National Bank shall appoint deputy chairmen and members of the Board of the National Bank; in cases envisaged in the law shall dismiss them from office.
Ms Al Arrayedh was elected as the woman and child committee chairperson, while newcomer Dr Jihad Al Fadhel was made vice-chairman.
The chairpersons postponed a discussion of the planned post-NDC roadmap, which will focus on the implementation of NDC resolutions and recommendations.
Furthermore, HH the Amir met with board chairperson of the Investment Company Bader al-Sebaiei, board chairperson of the union of manufacturers Hussein al-Kharafi, and board chairperson of the union of real estate developers Tawfiq al-Jarrah, where they submitted altogether a unified memo to HH the Amir in which they embodied their perception of the approaches needed to push ahead the national economy.
Here again, recall that chairpersons in companies with separate board leadership structures are rarely independent.
Therefore, the Leadership Evaluation Instrument for Academic Chairpersons (LEIFAC) was developed, piloted, and suggested as a tool for future research.
Melody & Company; social chairpersons Peter Doyle, LandAmerica Commonwealth/Lawyers Title Insurance and Jeffrey Horowitz, Cooper-Horowitz, Inc.
Chairpersons are selected by the President of NRA with input from the NRA Executive Director.
In the GAO survey, bank audit committee chairpersons ranked independence as the most important factor affecting the effectiveness of their committees' oversight.