Vice-Chair definition

Vice-Chair means Vice President.

Examples of Vice-Chair in a sentence

  • The motion was adopted and carried by a vote of 5-0, the voting recorded as follows: Matt de Ferranti, Chair – AYE; Katie Cristol, Vice-Chair – Aye; Christian Dorsey, Member – Aye; Takis Karantonis, Member – Aye; Libby Garvey, Member – Aye.

  • At the end of their respective terms of office, the Chair and Vice-Chair shall be eligible for reappointment.

  • If the Corporation is satisfied that the Vice-Chair is unfit or unable to carry out the functions of office, it may give written notice, removing the Vice-Chair from office and the office shall then be vacant.

  • However the Commission is committed to working towards a positive list over the medium term.

  • At the last meeting before the end of the term of office of the Vice-Chair, or at the first meeting following the Vice-Chair’s resignation or removal from office, the members shall appoint a replacement from among themselves.

More Definitions of Vice-Chair

Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chair of the Board.
Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chairperson as elected by the Members of the Authority. If a first and second Vice-Chair are elected, they shall be called First Vice-Chair and Second Vice-Chair.
Vice-Chair means the non-officer member appointed by the Board to take on the Chair’s duties if the Chair is absent for any reason.
Vice-Chair means the vice-chair of the Board.
Vice-Chair means a Non Executive Director who may be appointed by the Board to take on the duties of the Chair if the Chair is absent for any reason.