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A Chair is a staff member of a [[district]] or [[division]] leader.  It is thought that the individual may be the Chair of a committee engaging in the activity, although in practice in [[Founders District]] most Chairs do not head committees.  As an example, a [[Division Director]] may appoint a Chair to head the [[mentor]]ing program or [[HPL]] program.  Chairs may be appointed by a [[Division Director]] without specific approval of [[district]] level leaders.
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A Chair is a staff member of a [[district]] or [[division]] leader.  It is thought that the individual may be the Chair of a committee engaging in the activity, although in practice in [[Founders District]] most Chairs do not head committees.  As an example, a [[Division Director]] may appoint a Chair to head the [[mentor]]ing program or [[HPL]] program.  Chairs at the [[division]] level may be appointed by a [[Division Director]] without specific approval of [[district]] level leaders.

Revision as of 09:22, 17 June 2016

A Chair is a staff member of a district or division leader. It is thought that the individual may be the Chair of a committee engaging in the activity, although in practice in Founders District most Chairs do not head committees. As an example, a Division Director may appoint a Chair to head the mentoring program or HPL program. Chairs at the division level may be appointed by a Division Director without specific approval of district level leaders.