Definition of panelist
: a member of a discussion or advisory panel or of a radio or television panel
Recent Examples of panelist from the Web
Zomorodi’s co-panelist, the investigative journalist Julia Angwin, spoke about seeing middle-school students plagued by body-image insecurities.
The remaining panelists, Chair Rick Gunter, Henry Oh and Mike Hazen, offered advice on key pieces of the proposal.
The local panelists were Milwaukee Police Association President Michael Crivello, Office of Violence Prevention Director Reggie Moore and Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn.
Phillips and other Koch network panelists who met with reporters expressed none of the angst that some conservatives have voiced about the early months of Trump’s administration.
Another panelist, Shaun Belders, head of Bloomberg's vendor risk assessment program, mentioned that enacting preventative measures can get tricky even within an organization.
Still, work needs to be done, said Brewer and the panelists at the annual Summit.
Manufacturing an issue: Both panelists expressed concern about what Meltzer described as a heavy focus on using trade policy to bring back manufacturing jobs.
Cuba: On the United States' relationship with China, panelists were especially hesitant to say which way things might go.
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PANELIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of panelist for English Language Learners
: a person who is a part of a group of people who answer questions, give advice or opinions, etc. : a person who is a member of a panel
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