The President’s Cabinet was formed by the 2008-2009 Student Body President (Jared Itkowitz) and Student Body Vice President (Pooja Godbole). It has been formally added as a bylaw to the Constitution of the Student Body of Carnegie Mellon.
The purpose of this cabinet, in short, is to enable the Student Body Executives to get more of their goals accomplished in their one year term. Any activities-fee paying undergraduate or graduate student who is not a member of the Student Senate or the Graduate Student Assembly is eligible to apply to serve on the President’s Cabinet. Beyond weekly meetings, the President’s Cabinet will assist the Student Body President and Vice-President in an effort to enhance the Carnegie Mellon student experience through policy revision and creation, campus events, and community discussions.
Chief of Staff
- Senior in Biology
- Sophomore in Information Systems and Computer Science
The application engineer is responsible for the continued operation of and improvements to the BudgetTracker, OrgTracker and Elections applications on Student Government's website.
Carlos can be reached at: email@example.com.
Community Engagement Coordinator
- Senior in Economics
Community Outreach Coordinator
- Senior in Decision Science
- Senior in Physics
The Constitutional Advisor is the member of the President's Cabinet that keeps the Student Body Constitution in good order, provides insight to the legislative bodies about relevant regulations, and advises the StuGov Executive Branch on matters relating to the Student Body Constitution and its bylaws.
According to the President's Cabinet Bylaws, the Constitutional Advisor is to:
- Keep the Carnegie Mellon University Student Body Constitution, along with its associated bylaws and policies, and records of all amendments, in good order;
- Attend all Student Senate and Graduate Student Assembly meetings to provide insight and information about relevant regulations contained within the Carnegie Mellon University Student Body Constitution and its associated bylaws and policies;
- Advise the Student Government Executive Branch, as needed, on matters relating to the Carnegie Mellon University Student Body Constitution and its associated bylaws and policies.
- 4th Year Architect
- Senior in Design
- The PR Officers fulfills the responsibilities set forth by the President's Cabinet Bylaws:
- Record the achievements of the President's cabinet;
- Promote achievements of the Executive Branch;
- Maintain a relationship with, and issue press releases to, the various media sources in the Carnegie Mellon community;
- Raise awareness of the Executive Branch of Student Government.
Events and Logistics
- Sophomore in Drama Production and Design
- Senior in Business and Decision Science
- Junior in Business and Decision Science
- Senior in Computer Science
Grad Student Liaison
- PhD in Economics