co-director

Definition

noun
a person who is a director of the same company as you

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You should try to figure out a way to make the co-director feel as comfortable as possible working with you.

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The co-director of the movie was really great at his job and I thought he should move up and become an executive.

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Upon the merger of the two companies, it was decided to create a co-director position, a heretofore unneeded position, owing to the relatively small size of the two businesses, a position, moreover, that would involve the same responsibilities as were in effect for the original director, making of the new co-director an equal co-managing entity.

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