executive director

NOUN
  1. a person responsible for the administration of a business
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  • Most of the popular non-executive directors are propelled into the top boardrooms following a career in business.
  • Kane sits on the group's bancassurance committee, representing insurance and investments, and he works alongside executive director Peter Ayliffe, who is responsible for retail banking.
  • A U.S. Senate Judiciary subcommittee is scheduled to hear testimony on that issue Wednesday in Washington, D.C. "It's premature to start solving the problem until you know what the extent of it is," said Neil Donovan, the coalition's executive director. Attacks On Homeless To Be Hate Crimes In Florida
  • Of so-called "eco-terrorism" in his case, a term believed coined by Ron Arnold, executive director of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise (CDFE), a radical right wing group established on July 4, 1976 "to continue (the) Revolution of liberty, free enterprise and individual initiative .... without hindrance by government. Daniel McGowan - Another "War on Terrorism" Victim
  • The"sacred ecosystem," as executive director Hawk Rosales calls it, isthreaded by waters like Wolf Creek (right), focus of aproject to restore salmon habitat.
  • On its ground floor, executive director Amy Tobin showed me some salvaged-wood tables, benches, and a lustrously smooth black-acacia countertop created by Paul Discoe, an ordained Buddhist priest whose Oakland-based company, Live Edge, utilizes lumber from urban street trees that have been cut down due to storm damage, disease, and other reasons. Anneli Rufus: Rainwater Toilets and Slag: Touring Berkeley's Greenest Building
  • In May, Alan had to devote more of his time to his paid positions and stepped down from the executive directorship.
  • Sam Behrend, executive director of Access Tucson, is angered by the survey.
  • The orchestra also saw its five top administrators resign last year, including executive director Michael Tiknis.
  • China is driving them into each others' arms," said Brad Glosserman, executive director at Pacific Forum CSIS in Hawaii.
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