ex officio



Holding a position or membership due to the power or influence of one's office, and not by election or appointment. A chairperson, for example, can be an ex-officio member of all board appointed committees. Such positions and their attached voting and other privileges are detailed in the bylaws of the organization. Latin for, because of one's office.

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