cochairman

cochairman

n, pl -men
(Commerce) a person who cochairs an organization
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He-is also co-chairman emeritus of the Real Estate Council of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York regional cochairman of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, an honorary director of the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, and a past campaign chairman of UJA-Federation in New York.
We believe the legal challenges to the Secondary Aluminum MACT standards is necessary to prevent the draft standard from moving forward," said Alliance cochairman and Stroh Die Casting President Mike Stroh.
An important step in providing greater access to the capital markets for small public companies can be taken by reinstating a modified version of the SEC Rule 504 Exemption, which was among the reforms created by the Reagan Administration," said Frank Speight, Cochairman of the National Small Public Company Leadership Council and Founder, Chairman and CEO of American Capital Partners Limited Inc.
In his role as Cochairman of the Leadership Council, a Washington-based group that seeks to educate and inform the White House, Congress and Federal agencies about the issues impacting the nation's small publicly-traded companies, Speight also congratulated the Subcommittee Chairwoman Sue Kelly on the House passage of the Kelly Bill called Increased Capital Access for Growing Businesses Act (H.
She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Brokerage Division, co-chairman of the Economic Development Committee of the Real Estate Board of New York and cochairman emeritus, Real Estate New Leadership Division, Development Corporation for Israel.
Across the entire scope of enterprisewide applications and information-management challenges, few elements are as important to organizations as their people and their organizational structures," said Steven Munini, director of advanced development for Genesys and cochairman of the OMG Working Group.