Is member of the board capitalized?

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Capitalization depends on context.

For example, President Jones is proper, and the board president is also proper.

The key is a style guide, and if none is available, then be consistent in capitalization. Some foreign languages -- such as German -- capitalize every noun. That's not necessary in English. Some industries and professions capitalize their own terminology, which is also not necessary.
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Do you capitalize board member?

The board member's name should be capitalized. Board member, itself, should only be capitalized if it directly precedes the name of the member.

When is it proper to capitalize board member?

It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence or when it forms part of the proper noun or when it precedes a person's name or when it is used as a direct address. Examp

When to capitalize Board?

It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence or when it forms part of the proper noun. Examples: The board supports our decisions. The Federal Reserve Board supports ou

Is board capitalized?

It should only be capitalized when it forms part of a title. For example, The Medical Board of America.

Can a board member recuse another member?

If by 'to recuse' you mean to imply that someone -- Jack -- other than the board member being recused -- Jill -- has a conflict of interest or cannot be impartial in a vote, t