Definition of Executive secretary
1. Noun. A secretary having administrative duties and responsibilities.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Executive Secretary
Literary usage of Executive secretary
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Robert's Rules of Order Revised for Deliberative Assemblies by Henry Martyn Robert (1915)
"The executive secretary is usually a salaried officer paid to give up all his time ... The office of the executive secretary -"sually the only office of the ..."
2. Careers for women by Catherine Filene (1920)
"This treats of the position of executive secretary in the noncommercial type of ... The executive secretary has two equally important branches of work. ..."
3. The Philippines to the End of the Commission Government: A Study in Tropical by Charles Burke Elliott (1917)
"... Effect of Misconstruction of the Law—The executive secretary—The Insular Auditor— Independence Largely Imaginary—Resident Commissioners—Influence of the ..."
4. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention by Religious Education Association (1904)
"Article V, section 8: In the first sentence for the word "and" substitute a comma, and after the word "Secretary" add the words "and an executive secretary. ..."
5. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"Meeting was called to order by the chairman, to discuss the selection of an executive secretary. Moved by Ava Milam, and seconded, that Helen At- water of ..."
6. A History of the National Tuberculosis Association: The Anti-tuberculosis by Sigard Adolphus Knopf (1922)
"LIVINGSTON FARRAND, who was the first executive secretary of the National ... Dr. Farrand served as executive secretary of the National Tuberculosis ..."