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Chief of Staff
The Chief of Staff will work closely with the Student Government President to implement initiatives and goals throughout the President’s Student Government term. The Chief of Staff will specifically help manage the President’s cabinet, serve as the main liaison between the undergraduate senate and the executive board, and help the president strategize priorities throughout the year.

The Chief of Staff is crucial to the success of the President’s goals and should be prepared to dedicate time to the role both during the summer and academic year. Strong candidates should be organized, detail-oriented, and flexible with their schedule. The Chief of Staff receives a stipend to compensate them for their time and work.
Director of Academic Excellence
The Director of Academic Excellence will assist the president in developing the Academic Excellence aspect of her platform. Responsibilities include researching best strategies that higher education institutions are practicing to retain students, attending meetings with university leadership and departments related to RiSE (Reinventing the Student Experience) and the Provost Search, and engaging the student body in an intentional and impactful manner about academic opportunities and the Office of Merit Awards.
Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is responsible for leading advocacy relating to diversity and inclusion, reporting to and subject to the supervision of the President. The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will report to the Undergraduate Senate on their activities at least once a semester, will be a permanent member of the President’s Cabinet, and they shall be an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Undergraduate Senate’s Special Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and they must attend at least one committee meeting per semester. Additionally, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, shall assit on the President’s Council for Diversity and Inclusion’s Student Advisory Board as the AU Student Government representative. If the Director is chosen by the Student Advisory group as the chair of their community they should also represent student interest in the President Council on Diversity and Inclusion. The Director shall also act as a liaison to Student Government and as a representative of the undergraduate community.
Director of the Center for Advocacy and Student Equity (CASE)
The Director of CASE shall be responsible for leading the department and assisting students with problems and inquiries relating to university policies affecting students. CASE members shall act as consultants in cases where students require assistance in dealing with the Conduct Council, academic offices, and other university-related problems. CASE director shall be responsible for Student Government advocacy related to the rules and regulations to which undergraduate students are subject.