Chaired

Some articles on chaired:

Maurice Richard (politician) - Provincial Politician
... In 1988, he chaired a task force that examined Quebec's Sunday shopping laws its report recommended that large food stores remain closed on Sundays, but that weekday ... Richard also chaired the provincial agriculture, fisheries and food committee from 1987 to 1994 ... After his defeat, Richard chaired an internal Liberal Party committee working on policy strategies for the "Non" side in the 1995 Quebec referendum on sovereignty ...
Amnon Cohen - Biography
... served as deputy mayor and acting mayor of Ramla, and chaired the city's Organisation for Prisoner Rehabilitation ... He was first elected to the Knesset on Shas' list in 1999 and chaired the Public Petitions committee ... He retained his seat in the 2003 elections, after which he chaired the State Control and Economic Affairs committees ...
Avi Yehezkel - Biography
... He was first elected to the Knesset in 1992 and chaired the Knesset's Sports Committee ... He was re-elected in 1996, after which he chaired the Economic Affairs Committee ... During his third term as an MK, he chaired the Public Petitions Committee and the Joint Committee for the Defense Budget ...
Susan Denham - Legal Career
... From 1995–98, she chaired the Working Group on a Courts Commission, which was responsible for a significant reform of the organisation of the courts ... of the Court Service from its inception, and chaired the board from 2001–04 ... From 2006, she has chaired the Working Group on a Court of Appeal ...
Special Studies Project
... The seven sub-panels were Panel I - International Objectives and Strategies chaired by Dean Rusk, the report was written mostly by August Heckscher Panel ... Panel III - International Economic and Social Objectives and Strategy chaired by Milton Katz ... Economic and Social Policy chaired by Thomas B ...

Famous quotes containing the word chaired:

    The time you won your town the race
    We chaired you through the market-place;
    Man and boy stood cheering by,
    And home we brought you shoulder-high.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)