Governing Council

Some articles on governing council, council:

Alan Whiteside - Public and Professional Service
... Group, and International AIDS Society Governing Council (he is the Treasurer) ... He is a member of the Waterford Kamhlaba (a United World College) Governing Council and the Young Heroes Board in Swaziland, and a Trustee of the Waterford School Trust and a ... and is Treasurer of the International AIDS Society Governing Council ...
Assassinations Of The Iraq War - Governing Council
... Aqila al-Hashimi, member of the Governing Council Izzedine Salim, head of the Iraqi Governing Council ...
Sálim Ali Centre For Ornithology And Natural History - Organisation
... SACON policy is determined by a 16 member Governing Council ... The SACON Society has 90 members and advises the Governing Council ... Administration of SACON is overseen by a 16 member Governing Council and implemented by the Director Incharge ...
Andhra Pradesh Vaidya Vidhana Parishad - Commissioner: A.P. Vaidya Vidhana Parishad
... The Commissioner has to implement the decisions of the Governing Council and exercise such powers and perform, such other functions as may be delegated to him by the Governing Council ... He will act as Chairman of the Governing Council (G.C) and implement the decisions ... powers and functions delegated by the Governing Council ...
European Science Foundation - Structure - Governing Bodies
... The Governing Council sets and direct the overall strategy of the ESF ... The council consists of the ESF president, two vice-presidents and a representative from each 'national group' of member organisations ... The council meets twice a year ...

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