Re: [Czechlist] Re: President of the Board of Governors
- Michael Grant napsal:
>> think the "board of governors" term is most common in not-for-profits,I haven't done a survey to know about "mostly," but a search on the
> Sure, but don't they mostly still have "chair(wo-)men" rather than
> "presidents"? I suspect contamination from German.
exact phrase "president of the board of governors" produces 755 Google
hits, the majority (though not all) of which from the first 20 of which
appear American outside the pale of German influence (although the
minority does include German, Australian, & others):
*Mr. Frank Pierson*
*President, Board of Governors*
*The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences*
*8949 Wilshire Blvd.*
*Beverly Hills, CA 90211-1972*
*A*s the new president of the Board of Governors, Emory’s foremost
alumni leadership group, *Greg Vaughn ’87C* has a clear vision of what
he hopes to accomplish during his term.
*Catherine L. Unger *of Los Angeles, President of the Board of
Governors. Unger is a private public affairs consultant whose clients
have included the University of Southern California's Annenberg School
for Communication and the University of California, Berkeley.
*Harvard Medical School*
Board of Governors
*Gary Gottlieb, M.D.*, President, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and
Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. President
of the Board of Governors.