The legal title of someone who owns or otherwise holds a vested interest in a limited liability company is “member,” according to LegalZoom. However, any title can be used on the LLC’s stationary or business cards.
Members of an LLC may include owners, managers, investors and lenders, notes LegalZoom. Although corporate officers, which can include managers, may be members, a corporate title alone does not necessarily mean the individual is a member. While members can hold many titles, such as president, vice president, treasurer and secretary, it is the LLC’s operating agreement that defines each member’s duties, powers and obligations and specifically defines a member's authority.