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Synonyms for board of directors

a group of persons chosen to govern the affairs of a corporation or other large institution

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Metawave, groundbreaking radar and 5G technology innovator, along with The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) has announced the appointment of one of this year's esteemed honorees to its 2019 NACD Directorship 100, a list of the most influential leaders in the boardroom and corporate governance community, the company said.
This recognition is for outstanding corporate directors from boards of public and private companies in Asia who have been leaders in guiding their respective boards and executive management in growing their companies, while maintaining the ethics intact.
Presented by Joan Steel, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Alpha Wealth Advisors, LLC.; Director: Loyola University Chicago, Rush University Medical Center, National Association of Corporate Directors Chicago Chapter, Cuneo Foundation; WCD Chicago member and Co-chair of the Visionary Awards Committee
The Asian Corporate Director Recognition Awards acknowledge outstanding corporate directors from boards of public and private companies in Asia and have been leaders in guiding their boards and executive management in growing their companies and maintaining the ethics of their respective boards.
As a result, the posts of deputy chief executive and three corporate directors will now be replaced by two assistant chief executives.
Mr Ross, who will lead a team of relationship directors across the region, has been acting corporate director in the area for the last 12 months, as well as managing a portfolio of clients.
The council will be run by the directors which remain, including former Newcastle City Council chief executive Barry Rowland, who is Northumberland's corporate director of local services, until decisions are made on the management structure early in the new year.
Bio: French Hill Background: A ninth-generation Arkansan, Hill earned an economics degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville and the Certified Corporate Director designation from the University of Southern California at Los Angeles' Graduate School of Management.
Sarah Smith, Barclays corporate director in West Yorkshire, said: "Recruiting talent from both within Barclays and externally is key to our expansion plans.
Arthur Owen has also been appointed Director of Sustainable Development, moving from his previous role as Corporate Director of the Environment and Technical Services.
Paul Orders, a highly regarded officer in his early 40s, was given the post of corporate director at Cardiff council on Thursday.
Mark Finucane, area corporate director, said: "The expansion of the team is testimony to the importance that Barclays places on the Warwickshire corporate market place.
TORONTO -- If accepting free pens or lunches from industry represents a potential conflict of interest for physicians, what do you call it when a medical school dean is also the corporate director of a large, for-profit health care company?
In earlier years, while at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates in Brookline, Mass., he served in a number of capacities including senior executive of their largest ambulatory care center, corporate director of the internal medicine department and chief of internal medicine.
At ICSC's recent 2006 University of Shopping Centers, David Silver, corporate director of marketing at North Plainfield, N.J.
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