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Executive Board

Student Body Association

The Executive Board exercises executive power over those areas of collegiate activity that are the responsibility of students; it is the executive branch of Millsaps College.  The Executive Board presides over Senate meetings and forms and initiates general policy of the Student Body Association.

 

2013 Academic Year Executive Board

President: Brittany Ford
Vice President: Anna Morgan Leonards
Treasurer: Trey Vernaci
Secretary: Allie Peyton
Executive Director of Programming: Tiffany McArthur

 

President

  • Presides over all Senate meetings;
  • Acts as the official host and representative of the students to all dignitaries and student groups visiting on campus;
  • Acts as the official representative of the Student Body Association to various campus groups and organizations;
  • Performs all other duties as specified in the Student Body Association Constitution, Bylaws and statutes;
  • Serves as ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees;
  • Attends faculty meetings when invited by the Dean;
  • Directs and administers general policy of the Student Body Association Executive Board;
  • Has the power to rule on questions arising from ambiguities and errors within the Constitution, with the Judicial Council overseeing the process.
  • Serves as chairperson and have full authority over the SBA Executive Cabinet;

 

Vice President

  • Serves as ex-officio member of all Senate Committees;
  • Shall vote as a member of the Senate; Shall accumulate applications for all Senate Committees;
  • Shall serve as a liaison between the SBA and the Alumnae Council;
  • Shall develop and plan all SBA retreats and banquets; Shall succeed the President if he cannot fulfill his duties. Shall oversee all SBA elections;
  • Shall accumulate applications for and nominations by SBA Officers for SBA, the All-College Council, the Honor Council, and the Judicial Council. He will then present the nominations to the Senate for approval;
  • Shall chair all interviewing committees for Honor Council and Judicial Council;
  • Shall vote as a member of the Senate;
  • Shall succeed the First Vice President if he cannot fulfill his duties.

 

Treasurer

  • Serves as the chair of the Finance Committee;
  • Receives and evaluates, along with the Finance Committee, all Budget requests from groups requesting funds and submits a comprehensive budget proposal to the Senate;
  • Informs all campus groups of proper budgeting and expenditure procedures and assists these groups in all budget related matters;
  • Facilitates the requisition procedure with the Business Office to ensure that all financial transactions of the SBA are performed in a professional manner;
  • Keeps current and accurate records of SBA expenditures;
  • Evaluates special requests for the funds from the General Account;
  • Shall vote as a member of the Senate;
  • Shall succeed the Second Vice President if she is unable to fulfill those duties;
  • Shall be present and assist in signing the major contracts of the Bobashela and any other organizations where the SBA is a major source of financial support.    

Secretary

  • Records the minutes of each Senate meeting and oversees the distribution of these minutes to the Senators and the Millsaps Community;
  • Posts the hour and meeting place of all Senate meetings;
  • Serves as Chief of Office Operations and Chief of Staff of the Executive Cabinet;
  • Shall vote as a member of the Senate;
  • Shall succeed if the Treasurer if he/she cannot fulfill those duties.

 

Executive Director of Programming

  • Shall serve as Chairman of the Socializing Activities and Programming for Students(Saps) board;
  • Shall oversee all internal SBA programming;
  • Shall vote as a member of the Senate;
  • Shall succeed the Secretary if he/she cannot fulfill those duties.