LLC's are governed by managers not a board of directors. The manager can be a member or not a member. There are legal requirements for managers. Most single member LLC's are member managed. That would and should be set forth in the operating agreement.
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The short answer is no unless the LLC has built that structure into its operating agreement to emulate a corporation.
More likely in an LLC is a board of managers or board of advisors, but from your tone, it sounds like you do not want these.
Retaining a lawyer could help you sort this out quickly.
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LLCs, unlike corporations, do not have governing boards of directors, unless the members adopt a board structure in the LLC operating agreement. Thank you for your question.
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