Definition of chairperson
: chairman 1
Examples of chairperson in a Sentence
A new chairperson for the committee has not yet been appointed.
the chairperson will determine the order in which people will speak
Recent Examples of chairperson from the Web
Grossman sits on JNF's national board, is the organization's national chairperson of its social media committee and is the co-chair of the Nefesh B'Nefesh Task Force.
Gretchen Sipp, education and youth programming chairperson for Miller Neighborhood Spotlight, said the group focuses on addressing several concerns thoroughout the community and serving as a catalyst to create change throughout the city.
Chanel Preston is an award winning porn performer and chairperson of the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee.
Kathy Marian is chairperson of the festival committee.
John Cooper, database analyst and chairperson of the technology action team, reported that the MacBooks and iPads that students currently used were sold for $1,428,800 to SourcePlus.
Garden club member and garden walk chairperson Marci Stritch said the club has held annual garden walks for about 21 years.
Event chairpersons are RCA Records’ Geo Bivins and singer/songwriter Siedah Garrett; host is media personality Rolonda Watts.
Andrew Paterna said there should be no members of the town council or Republican or Democrat town committee chairpersons on the subcommittee.
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CHAIRPERSON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chairperson for English Language Learners
: the person who leads a meeting, organization, committee, or event
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