Examples of steering committee in a Sentence
The CEO consulted with the project's steering committee and asked for a status report.
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Next of kin of the 17 people killed in the Stoneman Douglas school shooting will receive $400,000 each, under the allocation formula approved Monday by a steering committee overseeing distribution of a $10.5 million donation fund.
An additional staffer was added to the management team to make up for that, said Karen King, who served on the church council’s steering committee for five years and was privy to the hiring conversations.
The images and input from the community, will then go to the project’s steering committee before the concept drawings and feedback goes to city council for consideration.
The Faculty Senate chairwoman said Friday that Frederick responded and proposed a meeting with the Faculty Senate’s steering committee and the executive committee of trustees, which will probably take place after graduation.
Margaret McLaughlin, a member Metro DC DSA’s steering committee, said in a statement.
Margaret McLaughlin, a member of the Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists of America steering committee, said in a statement, CNN reports.
The Banks steering committee has been working on the concert venue for months.
Coopers Ferry created a project steering committee composed of community members and stakeholders to introduce the new technology to residents at events throughout the spring.
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STEERING COMMITTEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of steering committee for English Language Learners
: a group of people who are in charge of managing or directing something
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