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.
Pedrito Angeles - board member, Home Development Mutual Fund
A board member can easily leave a corporate board if he or she decides that they no longer like the direction the company is heading, dislike the workload, or feels that their opinions are not being taken seriously.
An annual amount of $3000 per board member has been budgeted for and the money will not accumulate if not used.
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?
We want the Natural History Museum to make its permanent residence in Exposition Park,'' said board member Bill Chadwick.
LWVC/EF president, 1993-95; Board member VS/CE, 1989-93; Diversity Task Force, 1996-97.
But imagine the reaction of the co-op board member who was in charge of the last lobby renovation.
Each MERLOT Editorial Board member from all 14 of the current discipline communities was emailed a request to respond and a link to the online survey.