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Roles and Responsibilities ANA Board of Directors President

Roles and Responsibilities ANA Board of Directors President

15. Promotes communications and positive working relationships with ANA’s subsidiaries. Organizational Responsibilities for the office of the ANA President: 1. Acts as official spokesperson for the Association to the public, press, legislative bodies, and national and international allied health organizations on matters of policy within the confines of the policies established by the ANA Membership Assembly and the ANA Board of Directors. Serves as the public relations ambassador for the profession. Uses

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Roles and Responsibilities ANA Board of Directors. Director-at-Large

Roles and Responsibilities ANA Board of Directors. Director-at-Large

15. Supports and defends policies, positions, and programs adopted by the ANA Board of Directors and ANA Membership Assembly. Organizational Responsibilities as a Member of the ANA Board of Directors: 1. Confers constituent membership on associations meeting qualifications established in the ANA Bylaws and establishes policies and procedures for disciplinary action against constituent members.

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An investigation of the roles and  responsibilities of the board of directors in the Libyan banking sector

An investigation of the roles and responsibilities of the board of directors in the Libyan banking sector

The data gathered via the questionnaire was used to frame the questions for the semi- structured interviews. These were conducted in the second stage of the research to confirm the results obtained from the questionnaire survey and to obtain more specific information about corporate governance practices in the Libyan banking sector. They allowed deeper exploration of the roles and responsibilities of the board of directors in the Libyan context and of the differences between the private and public banking sectors. Open-ended questions allowed the respondents to reveal their perceptions without constraint. Libya’s banking industry consists of sixteen operating banks, each of which is obliged by law to have a managing director/CEO (who may or may not serve on the board), a chairman of the board, from three to five executive directors (depending on the size of the board) and from three to five non-executive directors. In- depth interviews were conducted with board chairmen and managing directors of all sixteen banks, with the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Libya and with representatives from the other surveyed groups. The interviews were transcribed and analysed thematically using Nvivo software.
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GUIDELINE-02 BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Roles, Responsibilities and Meeting Procedures

GUIDELINE-02 BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Roles, Responsibilities and Meeting Procedures

The Board of Directors holds ultimate responsibility and liability for the actions of the Corporation. Non-profit organizational liability insurance and commercial general liability insurance is held by the Corporation for the protection of Board Members. It is expected that members of the Board of Directors understand the responsibility and authority they hold, and that they fully understand the decisions made by the Board and by any committees to which responsibility and authority is delegated.

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The roles of boards of directors in Omani companies: a study of board processes.

The roles of boards of directors in Omani companies: a study of board processes.

Another type of relationship that influences board decision-making processes is trust. The importance of trust relationships has been highlighted by a number of authors; Roberts (2002), for example, suggests that inter-personal and professional trust relationships between the board of directors and the CEO/executive team enhance outside directors’ engagement with and commitment to company strategy, leading to better-quality deliberation, whilst Roberts and Stiles (1999) observe that trust facilitates the creation of a complementary and supportive relationship between the board chair and CEO. Huse et al. (2005) and Forbes and Milliken (1999) see the trust relationship among directors as crucial for promoting positive and efficient board dynamics and cohesiveness; this cohesiveness, which Parker (2007b) describes as being expressed in the informality, humour and mutual respect of directors, promotes more effective engagement and deliberation in meetings. The role of trust in enhancing the board’s ability to utilise its collective knowledge more effectively is highlighted by Zona (2015) who argued that it plays a key role in promoting and enhancing information sharing in formal meetings and by Bailey and Peck (2013) who found in their study that it promotes procedural rationality decision-making style (making decisions based on the collection of relevant information to agenda issues and the analysis of this information). However, a note of caution is sounded by Van Ees et al. (2008), who find a negative moderating effect of trust on the relationship between the board’s use of knowledge and its monitoring performance. This suggests that trust can be seen as a double-edged sword; on the one hand, it can facilitate information sharing but on the other hand, it can lead to an uncritical satisfaction with the CEO/executive team that prevents the board from performing its monitoring role efficiently.
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COURSERA, INC. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE GUIDELINES A. THE ROLES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT

COURSERA, INC. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE GUIDELINES A. THE ROLES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT

3. Director Responsibilities — Directors must exercise their business judgment to act in the best interests of the stockholders and the Company and in accordance with the Company’s status of a Public Benefit Corporation. In discharging this obligation, directors reasonably may rely on the Company’s senior executives and its advisors and auditors. Directors are expected to attend and participate in all meetings of the Board and of committees on which they serve and to spend the time needed and prepare for and meet as frequently as necessary to discharge their responsibilities. The Board shall make the determination that at least one of the members of the Audit Committee meets the Audit Committee financial expert requirements.
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National Student Nurses Association, Inc. NSNA Board of Directors* Roles and Responsibilities

National Student Nurses Association, Inc. NSNA Board of Directors* Roles and Responsibilities

5. Suggest program topics using resolutions passed at the House of Delegates as possible topics.* 6. Keep Board of Directors up-to-date on convention and MidYear conference plans. 7. Assist state association convention chairpersons to learn about their role in planning and implementing state conventions and state meetings (may use educational opportunities such as MidYear Roundtable Discussions, Convention Association Activity Seminar, scheduled

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Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Joni is currently Past President of the Albuquerque Museum Foundation Board of Directors and a member of the Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees. Her prior volunteer experience includes leadership positions with CFA Society of New Mexico, CFA Institute, New Mexico Estate Planning Council, and UNM Anderson Foundation. She holds B.S. and M.A. degrees in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska and has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Article XI - Bylaw Approval, Adoption and Amendments These Bylaws may be altered, repealed, or amended by the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting at any regular or special meeting of the Auxiliary, provided that notice of the proposed alteration, repeal, or amendment is contained in the notice of such meeting, which has been emailed (or mailed to those without email service) not less than 14 days in advance of the meeting. No amendment to the Bylaws shall become effective until approved by the Board of Directors of the Auxiliary of Bethesda Hospital, Inc. and the Board of Trustees of Bethesda Hospital, Inc.
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FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS Hashim M. Al-Rifaai hrifaai@gmail.com Hashim M. Al-Rifaai is currently a freelance consultant and an advisor in the Kuwaiti Minister of Planning’s office. He advises on matters related to the national five- year development plans. In his consultancy work, he advises executives on how to turn around their companies and identify areas for improvement.

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The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors

The year 2011 was marked by currency and market turbulences, political unrest and devastating natural disasters which resulted in far-reaching social and economic changes. In this challenging environment the Kuehne + Nagel Group firmly stayed on course for its strategic objectives. The company concentrated on further increasing the attractiveness of its industry-specific logistics offering, and focused its investments on regions with a large market potential. The Group made complementary acquisitions and, at the same time, main- tained a high level of internal efficiency as measured by the ratio between gross profit and EBIT. Net earnings were slightly above the previous year and reached with CHF 606 million a new record high (currency adjusted: increase of 12.2 per cent). Due to the strong Swiss Franc, turnover decreased by 3.3 per cent to CHF 19,596 million (currency adjusted: increase of 9.3 per cent). The Board of Directors is satisfied with the results 2011 and is confident that the implementation of the global strategy will again contribute to the positive deve- lopment of the Group in 2012.
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Board of Directors

Board of Directors

New Wave Dermatology multi-day conference will take place in Orlando, Florida at the Waldorf Astoria. The New Wave conference is unlike any other, offering a boutique experience that fosters interactions and builds relationships between industry, attendees, expert faculty, and the FSDPA’s Board of Directors. The attendance at New Wave Dermatology is capped at 225 so as to offer the boutique and intimate experience our attendees, faculty, and industry partners have grown to love.

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Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Board Affiliations: St. Margaret’s Episcopal School Board of Trustees, Commerce National Bank, N.A. and First American Trust, F.S.B., and Taller San Jose Rev. Christopher Smith Fr. Christopher Smith has served as a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange for over 31 years. He holds a Masters in Divinity from St. John’s Seminary and a Masters in Religious Education from Fordham University. He has served in a number of capacities in the diocese, including Parochial Vicar, Director of the Office for Religious Education, Vicar for Religious Education, and 15 years as Pastor of St. Joseph Church in Santa Ana. He is a member of the Board of Directors of St. John’s Seminary, the Advisory Board of the Sisters of St. Joseph Education Network, the Advisory Board of the Vatican II Institute, the Board of Directors of Taller San Jose and is the Coordinator of Mission Education for Concern America. He is also the Chairperson of the Editorial Council of The Orange County Catholic. He currently serves as Episcopal Vicar for Priests and Director of the Ministry to Priests Office in the Diocese of Orange.
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Board of Directors

Board of Directors

After the unanimous vote of support by the NASBA Board of Directors in July, we immediately began work on executing the strategy. NASBA and AICPA continued their weekly status calls but pivoted towards filling working groups and task forces with volunteers to build out the model. We are also working on launching educator resources. We will work on the required exam changes including a new exam practice analysis, providing model curriculum and internship program recommendations to the academic community, and ensuring that the few statute and rules changes that are necessary are completed within the next two years. All this, for a planned launch of the new CPA Exam in January 2024. We have not let the pandemic get in our way; our timeline is holding steady. I offer my thanks for this to our superb staff and our tireless volunteers – both from the AICPA and NASBA.
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(a) board of directors or board shall mean the board of directors of a land bank;

(a) board of directors or board shall mean the board of directors of a land bank;

§ 1613. Dissolution of land bank A land bank may be dissolved as a type C not-for-profit corporation sixty calendar days after an affirmative reso- lution approved by two-thirds of the membership of the board of directors. Sixty calendar days advance written notice of consideration of a resolution of dissolution shall be given to the foreclosing governmental unit or units that created the land bank, shall be published in a local newspaper of general circulation, and shall be sent certified mail to the trustee of any outstanding bonds of the land bank. Upon dissolution of the land bank all real property, personal property and other assets of the land bank shall become the assets of the foreclosing governmental unit or units that created the land bank. In the event that two or more foreclosing governmental units create a land bank in accordance with section sixteen hundred three of this article, the withdrawal of one or more foreclosing governmental units shall not result in the dissolution of the land bank unless the intergovernmental agreement so provides, and there is no foreclosing governmental unit that desires to continue the existence of the land bank.
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The Board of Directors proposes new directors

The Board of Directors proposes new directors

The Board of Directors also confirmed that it will propose to the Shareholders’ Meeting to approve the payment of a total dividend of € 1.13 gross per share, of which € 0.93 was already paid in December 2013. The Annual Financial Report is available on Governance Statement and the Remuneration Report. The latter will be submitted for approval of shareholders at the Shareholders’ meeting of May, 14 th 2014.

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Coastal Pines Technical Board of Directors' Meeting Minutes August 21, 2014

Coastal Pines Technical Board of Directors' Meeting Minutes August 21, 2014

The Boards of Directors of Coastal Pines Technical College met August 21,2014, 12:36 p.rn., at the Alma Instructional Site. Ted Buford, Board Chair, called the meeting to order.4. ACTION[r]

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GOVERNANCE GUIDELINES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD COMPOSITION; SELECTION OF DIRECTORS; POLICY REGARDING ELECTION OF DIRECTORS

GOVERNANCE GUIDELINES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD COMPOSITION; SELECTION OF DIRECTORS; POLICY REGARDING ELECTION OF DIRECTORS

serve on the audit committees of boards of more than two other publicly held companies unless the Board determines that such simultaneous service would not impair the ability of the individual to effectively serve on the Company's Audit Committee. Members of the Board should not serve on the board, or serve as an officer, of any company that may cause a significant conflict of interest with their service as a member of the Company’s Board. Board members should normally avoid serving on the board, or serving as an officer, of a service provider, contractor, consultant or other party with whom the Company does a significant amount of business, particularly when such participation might create an impression of favoritism or conflict of interest. All directors shall inform the Chair of the Board, the Chair of the Governance Committee and the Company's Secretary of any activity that may rise to the level of a significant conflict of interest, such as an affiliation with a material competitor or supplier of the Company. The Governance Committee shall be advised of such activity, and shall make a recommendation to the Board on the continued appropriateness of Board or committee membership under these circumstances. Board members will take any such action as the Governance Committee deems to be necessary or appropriate in order to effect the intent of this section.
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The Board of Directors proposes election of the following two candidates for the Board of Directors:

The Board of Directors proposes election of the following two candidates for the Board of Directors:

5 grant. However, the exercise price and/or the number of granted options shall be adjusted in case of dividend paid by Bang & Olufsen a/s and in case of corporate actions that dilute the value of the options. The stock options will not vest and become exercisable until at least three years after the date of grant and the stock options will expire if not exercised no later than five years from the date of grant. Vesting of the stock options may at the discretion of the Board of Directors be conditioned on achievement of the company’s budgeted results or financial key figures/ratios.
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Board of Directors. 12 DBS Annual Report 2013 Board of Directors

Board of Directors. 12 DBS Annual Report 2013 Board of Directors

Board of directors 1 andre sekulic 2 Piyush Gupta 3 Ho tian Yee 4 Peter seah Lim Huat 5 danny teoh Leong Kay 6 ow foong Pheng 7 Nihal Vijaya devadas Kaviratne cBe 8 euleen Goh Yiu Kiang 9 Bart Joseph Broadman For more information on directors, please refer to pages 188 to 192.

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