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The CCSG executive board oversees the functions of Central Staff to ensure overall efficiency of completion of duties.
||The President sits on many University committees and serves as a student representative on the Board of Trustees. The President is responsible for creating the agenda for Council weekends and for actively pursuing and advocating the discussion and involvement of the Council in all issues of concern.|
||The Vice-President (VP), like the President, holds seats in various University committees and is also a voting member of the University Faculty Senate. The VP is also the chairperson for the CCSG Constitutional Review Committee.|
||The campus chair is responsible with maintaining and presiding over the council of commonwealth student governments when council is in session.|
Public Relations/Press Secretary
||The PR Director/Press secratary is in charge of social media used to communicate Central Staffs ideas and legislation, as well as recording the minutes of meetings in central staff and the minutes at council.|
||The Financial Manager serves as the treasurer of the organization. This individual must keep accurate and up-to-date financial records for CCSG.|
||The Programming Director addresses individual concerns among Central Staff and serves as the liaison between the Executive Board and the rest of staff. This position also oversees the duties associated with CCSG programming, including but not limited to room reservations and event planning.|
Cheif of Staff
||The Postion of Cheif of Staff is to communicate between Executive board and the rest of staff the responsibilities expected of staff and the administration of respective staff duties.The executive administrator also assists with the duties related to CCSG programing.|
Assistant Director for Student Affairs
||The primary responsibility of the Assistant Director for Student Affairs is to oversee the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments and help to lead and direct students in their growth into leadership positions.|