Executive Team Roles

President

 The president of the GSA will preside over the Executive Team and the GSA Senators,

call meetings to order, establish the agenda for each meeting of the Executive Team

and Senators, and call special elections as the need arises. The president shall appoint

all standing committees with majority approval of the Council (quorum required). The

president shall not vote except in cases of a tie.

 

Vice-President

 In the absence of the president, the vice-president will assume the duties of the

president. The vice-president will coordinate business activities of the Association as

necessary as noted in Article 2, Section 5.5. In the event that the office of president is

vacant, the vice-president shall serve in the capacity of president until one can be

elected in accordance with Article III, Section 1.1. The Vice-President will call meetings

to order if the President is unable to attend the meeting.

 

Secretary

 The secretary shall record the minutes and attendance of each Executive Team and

Senator meetings and ensure that they are presented completely, accurately, timely, and authenticated. Further, the secretary is responsible for maintaining appropriate files of all documents necessary for the operation of the Executive Team and Senators. The

Secretary shall report any issues with respect to a member’s active or inactive status to

the representatives at-large.

 

Treasurer

 The treasurer shall care and be accountable for such funds as the Council and

Executive Team raises and utilizes. The treasurer shall make reports to the Executive

Team and the Council regarding budget balances, sources and uses of funds. The

treasurer must be bonded. The treasurer will create and propose a budget to the

university as needed per university protocol. This budget must be approved by the

senate before proposition to the university for approval

 

Parliamentarian

 The parliamentarian shall maintain proper parliamentary procedures as defined by

Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised. The parliamentarian shall also oversee the

election process of officers, and oversee special elections if vacancies occur.

 

Public Relations Coordinator

 The public relations coordinator shall be responsible for publicizing GSA events and

fundraisers, maintaining GSA social media accounts, and completing GSA online

presence maintenance. This includes but is not limited to, social media, printing flyers,

and putting events on the GSA website.

 

Senators

Senators shall be responsible for providing perspective on debatable issues,

representing the interests of their respective colleges, voting on issues raised by the

Executive Team, or by the proposal of constituents with 275 signatures, and

participating in GSA events.