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What do you call the person that is responsible for conducting a meeting, i.e. inviting participants, preparing the agenda and (mostly) also moderating the meeting, as well as define and document the intended result of a meeting?

I've heard the word "meeting owner" before. Would that be the correct term, or are there others, maybe depending on context or culture?

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    Traditionally it was "chairman" (though the "secretary" usually prepares the agenda and minutes.) Nowadays gender-neutrality seems to dictate either "chairperson", or simply "chair". Though I believe many female "chairs" are perfectly happy to be called "Madam Chairman" in the time-honoured way. That's the position as I see it in Britain. – WS2 Mar 16 '18 at 8:10
  • I'm sorry to say you don’t, even if you’d researched that. Lumping planning, inviting and reporting together would prolly require a “facilitator” rather than a "chairman" who would normally simply run the meetings itself. – Robbie Goodwin Mar 29 '18 at 23:54
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I think it is termed as "person In charge" or you can also term it as "chairperson" or use what you have heard of "meeting owner".

Hope this helps you.

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Presenter is what I have always heard. Presenter of the meeting.

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