Corporate member

an actual or voting member of a corporation, as distinguished from an associate or an honorary member; as, a corporate member of the American Board.

See also: Corporate

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Employees from AFS Corporate Member AB&I (Oakland, California) celebrated Earth Day by cleaning a creek.
Any three corporate members may nominate any other corporate member for election to Council by delivering such nomination in writing to the Secretary, together with the written consent of such person to accept office if elected.
Become a Rubber Division, ACS Corporate Member and receive all the VIP benefits below, in addition to all the benefits of individual membership!
BiTA gains a corporate member. Penske Logistics has gained entry into the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA) as a corporate member.
Some 29 candidates run for associate member class and 16 for corporate member class.
New York City-based Women in the Boardroom, an organization aiming to advance women in the workplace and into corporate boardrooms, said that Aspen Re, the reinsurance segment of Bermuda-based Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd., has joined the organization as a corporate member.
* Corporate Member becomes "Member" with the post nominal "MSEE"
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Alba's chief executive officer, said: "Alba is excited to be a contributing corporate member to the Middle East Chapter of the renowned ACC.
NDIA divisions are the vehicles by which the association organizes and mobilizes its corporate member representatives into functional working groups to perform its 'Advocate - Promote - Provide" missions.
Orange Business Services has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) as a corporate member, the company announced on Thursday.
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