Vice-Chair definition

Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chair of the Board.
Vice-Chair means Vice President.
Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chair of the Governing Body elected from time to time.

Examples of Vice-Chair in a sentence

  • The office of the Chair or a Vice Chair shall be declared vacant and a new selection shall be made if: (a) the person serving dies, resigns, or the Party that the person represents removes the person as its representative on the Board, (b) the Party that he or she represents withdraws from CPA pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement, or (c) as specified in the bylaws.

  • In the absence of the Chair, the Vice Chair shall preside at the meetings of the Council.

  • The Chair and Vice Chair shall be ex officio members of any committees.

  • The Council shall appoint from amongst its members a Chair and Vice Chair who shall retire in the same manner as provided for members in Clause 5.

  • The Chair shall be the presiding officer of all Board meetings, and a Vice Chair shall serve in the absence of the Chair.


More Definitions of Vice-Chair

Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chair of the Board or the Vice-Chair of the Local Governing Body of the Academy elected from time to time, as appropriate.
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 elected under section 12.
Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chairperson as elected by the Members of the Authority.
Vice-Chair means the Vice-Chair of the Board as elected from time to time.