Did you perhaps mean coordinator?
- n. Alternative form of coordinator.
“Samuel Tembo, economic empowerment co-ordinator for children's charity Plan International, in Zambia, believes affordable startup capital is key to tackling the country's labour market problems.”
“Carolyne Willow, Crae's national co-ordinator, said their lawyers will argue there had been a chronic failure by the authorities to protect vulnerable children over many years.”
“Men are seen as the breadwinners, explains Fatima Jahan Seema, empowerment co-ordinator for CARE International in Bangladesh.”
“Maritime New Zealand salvage co-ordinator Bruce Anderson said experts were confident the ship was in "pretty good shape".”
“Jesmin was one of the few saleswomen to already have a mobile phone, which she uses to talk to customers and her hub manager a regional co-ordinator who distributes products to a group of 30 saleswomen.”
“I talked to Shannon Leano, the strategic project co-ordinator for element14, about the community.”
“My officers are working now to make the Olympics as hostile an environment as possible for them, and increasing the penalty will help by sending a clear warning, said Assistant Commissioner Chris Allison, the national Olympic security co-ordinator.”
“In her spare time, Roy is the volunteer co-ordinator for the National Ladybird Survey, which includes mapping the non-native invasive Harlequin ladybird.”
“San Francisco's defensive co-ordinator has fashioned this unit into one of the best in the league –ranked fourth in the league for total yardage surrendered and joint-first in turnovers forced.”
“AJAG's co-ordinator, Andrew Dismore, said: No win, no fee is the only way low- and middle-income people can afford to bring a case for compensation.”
Looking for tweets for co-ordinator.