: a person who is one of two or more presidents of something (such as a company or organization)… a 1997 HBS graduate who was copresident of the Women's Student Association.— Jerry Useem
Examples of copresident in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebNow, as the copresident of the Recording Academy, Jones continues to use her position to uplift others.
Taylor Crumpton, Essence, 22 Feb. 2022 Michele Lou, copresident of the association, began the event by asking the crowd to light candles in memory of the victims.
BostonGlobe.com, 21 Mar. 2021 Back in the mid-2000s, Zoe Cruz was copresident of Morgan Stanley and was seen as a possible successor to CEO John Mack.
Fortune, 19 Sep. 2019 The designer, who is a longtime student of Donald Judd and provided lead support for the exhibition, cohosted alongside Judd’s daughter and foundation copresident, Rainer.
Vogue, 9 May 2018 The key is to remove the judgment and request permission to ask, said Lizzie Post, copresident of the Emily Post Institute.
Terri Akman, Philly.com, 27 Sep. 2017
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