board member

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Noun1.board member - a member of a governing boardboard member - a member of a governing board  
board - a committee having supervisory powers; "the board has seven members"
fellow member, member - one of the persons who compose a social group (especially individuals who have joined and participate in a group organization); "only members will be admitted"; "a member of the faculty"; "she was introduced to all the members of his family"
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He had always meant to keep his personal liberty at all costs, as old MacKeller, his first chief, had done, and not, like so many American engineers, to become a part of a professional movement, a cautious board member, a Nestor de pontibus.
Instead, each board member next calendar year will be limited to spending no more than $20,000 for all in- and out-of-district meetings and conferences, and other expenses such as per-diem meeting stipends.
THE North East Local Enterprise Partnership (NELEP) is on the look out for a new board member after pharmaceutical entrepreneur Fiona Cruickshank stepped down.
Smith believes paying a PSECU board member a median annual stipend of $12,429 is reasonable compensation because they do "an awful lot of work." The credit union, which paid nine board members total compensation of $122,622 in 2011, reports in its IRS 990 form that directors work eight to nine hours a week
Since losing their farmworker board member, Valley-Wide has taken steps toward identifying and recruiting another farmworker for their board.
How not to be a terrible school board member; lessons for school administrators and board members.
"When a new board member comes on board, the dynamic changes, and the general man ager has to deal with it," explained Chris Lehner, director of communications and education for John Staurulakis Inc.
Invitations to complete the survey were sent to one randomly selected board member from each cooperative and to the cooperative CEO.
The new board members are Ibrahim Ahmed Al Ansari, board member and general manager, Dolphin Energy a" UAE; Khalifa Mohamed Al Mazrouei, board member and chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC); Abdul Raouf Al Bitar, board member; Abdulla Abdul Reda Khouri, board member and director of government affairs, Abu Dhabi Executive Affairs Authority; Ali Saeed Al Badi, board member and director of management support department at Adnoc; Khaled Al Qubaisi, chief investment officer a" International Capital Trading and Dany Safi, board member and chief executive officer, Tabreed.
Dorothy Rath, NACM Board member and president of NACM Southwest, advised that before deciding to volunteer, potential board candidates must first determine if they truly possess the desire to make the necessary sacrifices in time and effort.
King, a member of ELC, attributes her appointment to her doctorate in chemistry from the University of Chicago, her business background, and to an HB Fuller board member who was an advocate for diversity.
Strangle me because I sent a board member out and he comes back with a bad story?