What is right 'chairperson' or 'chair person'?
Chairperson should be used instead of chair person. You could also use chairman, or chairwoman. A chairperson is the person leading a committee.
Chairperson means the person in charge of the chairs. Use "chairman," and capitalize it when it is an official title. Remember, there is no gender in the English noun, and words with the ending -man (meaning a human being) refer to female and male persons equally. We don't say wo-person do we? No, we say wo-man. So a wo-man can be a chair-man. It's that simple.
Should a woman who is the chair of a Board of Directors sign letters as Chairman of a Board or Chairwoman of the Board?
If necessary yes. Certainly the key word is necessary. Ideally the change would take place through Nominations and Charge Conference. However, if the Fin. Chair is not fullfilling their responsibilites or exhibits practices that are not conducive to their position the appointed pastor may remove them.
Untying Yourself In the Black Widow's Underground Lair, slide your chair over to the tied-up Shady Guy. To do that, point your mouse cursor to the right of your character. Then, move it up and left across your character and chair. This will "scoot" the chair along the floor to the left toward the Shady Guy.
Yes, the word 'chair' is both a verb and a noun. The noun 'chair' is a word for a seat with legs and a back for use by one person, a word for a thing; a word for an official who conducts a meeting, a word for a person. Examples: He took the broken chair to the basement to repair. (noun) You need to chair the committee. (verb)