staggered board of directors

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Noun1.staggered board of directors - a board of directors a portion of whose members are elected each year instead of all members being elected annually
board of directors, directorate - a group of persons chosen to govern the affairs of a corporation or other large institution
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144 (Burke) abolishes the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities Commission, Consumer Advisory Committee, and Governor's Council on People with Disabilities; establishes a state rehabilitation services council known as the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities Council; and restores staggered terms of office for the employee members representing firefighters on the board of trustees of the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund.
It has seven commissioners who are unsalaried and serve five-year staggered terms.
Its governors are appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate and serve 14-year staggered terms.
Appointed members serve staggered terms, ranging from one to four years, until they are reappointed or replaced by the Commissioner of the Bureau for Medical Services.
Just a third of the Senate is up for re-election in any given election since the legislative body has six-year, staggered terms so that seats change between midterm and presidential elections.
Advisors typically serve three-year staggered terms, with one new member elected each year by the broader SFA advisor community and a second new member chosen annually by the existing members of the SAC.
An independent board of commissioners with staggered terms would give the CFPB a level of stability that it currently lacks, Neugebauer contended, as well as more transparency.
Almost all statewide executive elective officers serve four-year terms, with the exception being railroad commissioners, who serve six-year staggered terms.
Its governing body is a secretariat (presently Israel) and a standing committee of four (presently Belgium, Croatia, the Philippines and the United States), chosen by vote for staggered terms.
Secondly, staggered terms will ensure continuity of the board.
The new water-sewer commission will be formed by electing five members to staggered terms.
Members of the Board will initially serve in staggered terms of one, two and three years.