Executive Board

Some articles on executive board, executive:

Academy Of American Studies - Extracurricular Activities
... on a major structural change establishing a school-wide elected Executive Board and other appointed cabinet positions for leading different committees (similar to US Government) ... Uniquely, this Executive Board consisted of two Co-Presidents, a Treasurer, and Secretary ... Government Organization voted on an amendment to modify the executive board ...
College Van Burgemeester En Wethouders - Party Politics
... Since the council members vote for the members of the municipal executive, the municipal executive is also chosen along party lines ... there are two types of municipal executive ... One type is called a "programme-based executive" (programmacollege) the other a "mirror executive" (afspiegelingscollege) ...
College Van Burgemeester En Wethouders - Translation
... en wethouders is expressed in English in several ways, but "Mayor and Municipal Executive" or "Mayor and Executive Board" comes closest ... someone sitting on the municipal council rather than the executive board ... on the municipal council rather than someone sitting on the executive board ...
College Van Burgemeester En Wethouders - Composition and Appointment
... of a municipality is ex officio the chair of the municipality's executive board ... the same level as the other members of the executive board ... The municipal secretary (gemeentesecretaris), who is chosen by the executive board, is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the executive board and assists with administrative and support matters ...

Famous quotes containing the words board and/or executive:

    This morning I threw up at a board meeting. I was sure the cat was out of the bag, but no one seemed to think anything about it; apparently it’s quite common for people to throw up at board meetings.
    Jane Wagner (b. 1935)

    Testimony of all ages forces us to admit that war is among the most dangerous enemies to liberty, and that the executive is the branch most favored by it of all the branches of Power.
    James Madison (1751–1836)