Liaison in a Sentence  🔉

Definition of Liaison

a person who helps organizations or groups to work together and provide information to each other

Examples of Liaison in a sentence

1. As the liaison between the police department and the public schools in our city, my aunt coordinates officer visits to each of the schools. 🔉

2. The company’s insurance liaison will work with you and your employer to develop an insurance plan that meets your needs. 🔉

3. While our company does not have a liaison to provide laid-off workers with information and guidance, we do offer access to a website which can provide the same support.  🔉

4. Your job is to act as a liaison between the two branches of the government who need to share data. 🔉

5. To fulfill the role of a liaison, you must be able to communicate well with others so the exchange of information can easily take place. 🔉

6. As the media liaison for the school, you must work with news outlets to promote the school’s events and achievements.  🔉

7. The court assigned a counseling liaison to the divorcing couple that would not stop bickering.  🔉

8. After your surgery, the hospital outpatient liaison will make sure you have all the necessary supplies for your at-home recovery. 🔉

9. In her job as sales liaison, Mrs. Smith shares information from her boss with the entire group of salesmen who work out of the office.  🔉

10. If you would like to be considered as the president’s press liaison, you must have a great deal of experience in distributing information between groups. 🔉


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