The purpose of this cabinet, in short, is to enable the Student Body President 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.
Chiefs of Staff
The role of the Chief of Staff is to oversee the day-to-day operations and administration of the President's Cabinet. This includes identifying and tracking the progress of initiatives and projects of the Executive Branch. The Chief of Staff also uses their wide skill set to work on a variety of individual projects that span across all cabinet roles.
Chief Technology Officer
The Student Government CTO is responsible for working to meet the technological needs of the campus community. The CTO maintains and develops a suite of applications that many students and organizations rely on in their daily operations, including the BudgetTracker, OrgTracker, and Elections applications on Student Government's website.
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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.