Every organization using Lilt's services has to have one account designated as the organization owner. This doesn't mean the actual owner of the company using Lilt, but rather the account of the person in charge of the project, for example, the localization manager. While typically the organization owner is assigned to the most senior person on the localization project, organizations can choose what works best for them.
The organization owner account always has the administrator role (explained more in depth in this article), and as such is the first administrator account. The organization owner can create other administrator accounts for other users, as well as any other type of user they might need, with role-based access control. Users with roles that permit them to create and edit team members (this permission is included in the default roles of Administrator and Manager) can see a list of all members in the organization; the organization owner will always be listed at the top, in bold letters.