Deputy Director is a job title used in many organizations around the world, and is a deputy for a director.
It may refer to:
- Deputy Director a general rank below director within Her Majesty's Civil Service, see Grading schemes
- Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
- Deputy Director of the National Security Agency
- Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Taliban Deputy Director of Intelligence
- Assistant Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Open Source
Other articles related to "deputy director, director":
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... Lloyd Rowland is the Deputy Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) ... As Deputy Director he assists the Director in formulating policy and managing agency activities in order to accomplish NGA’s mission ... Rowland was appointed Deputy Director effective October 1, 2006, and holds the Presidential Rank of Distinguished Executive ...
... He made a referral to Sir Julian Huxley, then Director-General of UNESCO, who invited Adiseshiah to the organization in 1948 ... He was posted as Deputy Director of the department of exchange of persons ... Adiseshiah was promoted to the post of Director of technical assistance department in March 1950 thus turning out to be one of its six top executives ...
... of Politics, Planning and Development as the deputy director of the Civic Engagement Initiative ... Before becoming the deputy director of the Civic Engagement Initiative in January 2004, she was the executive director of Coro in Southern California and was Community Relations director ... During her time as Deputy Director at the USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development she worked with associate dean Rich Callahan to develop leadership programs and ...
Famous quotes containing the word deputy:
“Not all the water in the rough rude sea
Can wash the balm off from an anointed king;
The breath of worldly men cannot depose
The deputy elected by the Lord.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)