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Synonyms for chairman

Synonyms for chairman

the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization

act or preside as chair, as of an academic department in a university


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Like any executive, the Chairman must choose what to control directly and what to delegate and to whom.
Rather, Chairman Greenspan has made the position and Fed itself respected, influential, and interesting--an impressive legacy for sure.
McKeon will be back as chairman of the Education and Work Force Subcommittee on 21st Century Competitiveness, which deals with job training and higher education.
Elton Gallegly, R-Oxnard, chairman of the International Relations Subcommittee on Europe.
Plus, his FEI experience led him to his current roles as a trustee of the Financial Accounting Foundation and chairman of FAF's oversight committee for the FASB.
As FEI's 1998 vice chairman, he's in line to chair FEI in the last year of the century.
The chairman must exhibit the ability to set a sensible course toward a reasonable objective and to direct an organization in following the course.
The chairman also represents the organization as the principal public spokesperson.
Of the original six members, all of whom were re-elected, three were insiders: the CEO, vice chairman, and chief operating officer.
Well, the Republican chairman was none other than Jake Garn.
It doesn't follow that he is a good chairman - he may even be a bad one - but I believe he has the ownership right to be chairman if he wants to.
He has done an outstanding job as chairman, guiding Federated through some difficult times and then leading the company to take advantage of some exciting growth opportunities.
Lord Powell of Bayswater, Chairman of Phillips, said: "The merger of de Pury & Luxembourg Art with Phillips is a tremendous achievement.
Erburu states, "It has been a great pleasure and special honor to have served as chairman of the board during the last seven years of the Getty's evolution as an institution.