Board of Trustees

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Board of Trustees

A body elected or appointed to govern a nonprofit organization. It establishes general policies for the organization, manages its finances and hires/fires major executives. A board of trustees is usually a self-perpetuating body.
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"We attend board meetings and see how labor and management boards of trustees interact while representing different sides, which is exciting," he says.
"Meetings with administrators and boards of trustees used to be opportunities to build client relations, but the Internet and other technologies are reshaping the profession by reducing face-to-face contact with clients.
Gerosa, Chairman of the boards of trustees of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and Foot Clinics of New York.