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									                          GBA
                          Steve Gohde, President

•   The President shall chair all meetings of the Executive Council and GBA. He or she shall be the official representative
    and spokesperson of the GBA. The President shall call all meetings of the Executive Council and shall nominate all
    committee members subject to approval of the Executive Council. The President will also call for and preside over all
    meetings of the Council of MBA Leaders, the body consisting of the Presidents of all recognized professional clubs.



      – The President shall chair all meetings of the Executive
        Council and GBA. He or she shall be the official
        representative and spokesperson of the GBA. The
        President shall call all meetings of the Executive
        Council and shall nominate all committee members
        subject to approval of the Executive Council. The
        President will also call for and preside over all
        meetings of the Council of MBA Leaders, the body
        consisting of the Presidents of all recognized
        professional clubs.
      – Other Info: The GBA President is also responsible for
        representing the student body and the school during
        recruitment/promotional events and for conveying the
        voice of the student body to the administration.
                Executive VP:
                Kathleen Kuhnert

•   Along with the President, bring the Student Voice to the
    Programs Office and the JB Kurish
     – Bi-Weekly meetings with JB and Corey
•   Manage the Election Process for One Years and 1st years
     – One Year VPs and Leadership Council
     – Section Reps
     – GBA Appointed Positions Process (Graduation Committee chair,
       Historian (photographer) and Dean's Speaker Series Committee
       Representative)
•   Lead Special Projects
     –   Club Night
     –   Leadership March
     –   Manage the Leadership Spreadsheet
     –   Opt-out list for The Balance Sheet
     –   Encourage and facilitate club and Goizueta program integration
               CFO:
               Brian Ramenda
The Chief Financial Officer has the sole power to accept and disperse
   funds, as directed by the Executive Council. The Chief Financial
   Officer is also responsible for maintaining accurate financial
   records, processing expenses in a timely manner and reporting the
   financial status of the GBA at all GBA meetings.

    – The Chief Financial Officer has the sole power to accept
      and disperse funds, as directed by the Executive
      Council. The Chief Financial Officer is also responsible
      for maintaining accurate financial records, processing
      expenses in a timely manner and reporting the financial
      status of the GBA at all GBA meetings. Additionally, the
      Chief Financial Officer serves as the representative of
      the Graduate Business School on the university-wide
      Budget Committee.
    – Other Info: Typical activities include: work with club
      presidents to establish budgets, track & manage budget
      throughout the year, process reimbursements for club
      activities, work with clubs to plan and fund major events,
      attend bi-weekly budget committee meetings
             1-Yr VPs
             Esta Busby, Jason Shorb

•   The other three semester students elect the, Three Semester
    Representative(s) during the first weeks of the Summer Session.
    The Three Semester Representative is responsible for
    representing the unique concerns and perspectives of the three
    semester students. The Three Semester Representative shall
    work with the Executive Vice President on special projects, as
    deemed appropriate by the Executive Council.
                         VP of Communication & Facilities
                         Bill Hosken

•   The Vice President of Communications is responsible for coordinating matters related to
    communications. This responsibility may include any of the following as needed: keeping minutes of
    GBA meetings; coordinating calendar and room requests; attending meetings of the Plan/Ops
    committee; speaking at or creating documents for school events; coordinating club conferences and
    providing related training; working on issues related to student use of FirstClass; maintaining a current
    MBA leadership list; and providing any additional correspondence or assistance needed by the
    Executive Council.


     – The Vice President of Communications is responsible for
       coordinating matters related to communications as well as
       facilities. This responsibility may include any of the following as
       needed: keeping minutes of GBA meetings; coordinating
       calendar and room requests; attending meetings of the
       Plan/Ops committee; speaking at or creating documents for
       school events; coordinating club conferences and providing
       related training; working on issues related to student use of
       FirstClass; maintaining a current MBA leadership list; providing
       any additional correspondence or assistance needed by the
       Executive Council; managing issues and student concerns in
       relation to classrooms, common spaces, breakout rooms, and
       event coordination.
                            VP of Student Activities
                            Alok Tandon


•   The Vice President of Student Activities is responsible for overseeing the social activities for the graduate business students.
    Social activities include, but are not limited to, seasonal functions, faculty student mixers, cultural events, intramural sports. The
    Vice President of Student Activities may appoint another person or committee to organize any particular event or activity.
    However, the Vice President of Student Activities is still responsible for the outcome of such events or activities.


      –     The Vice President of Student Activities is responsible for overseeing the social
            activities for the graduate business students. Social activities include, but are not
            limited to, seasonal functions, faculty student mixers, weekly social gatherings, and
            cultural events. The Vice President of Student Activities may appoint another
            person or committee to organize any particular event or activity. The Vice President
            of Student Affairs may also coordinate events with other clubs or groups, who wish
            to organize a function.
      –     Other Info: The VP of Student Activities is responsible for arranging weekly
            courtyard kegs including ordering, payment and pickup of the kegs. Committee
            members will often help out and sponsoring clubs are responsible for this during
            designated weeks. In addition, the VP will plan semi-formal, formal, Slope day and
            any other 'social' events as determined by the GBA. The VP is NOT responsible for
            IBA Potluck, mixers at Miller Ward Alumni House, Welcome Weekend or Orientation
            festivities.
               Tom Enright
               VP, Academic Affairs


–   The Vice President of Academic Affairs shall represent the interests of students in
    improving all aspects of the academic environment at Goizueta.
–   This position shall chair a committee comprised of elected club representatives.
–   This committee will be expected to serve as the liaison between current students,
    faculty, and the administration, in order to further the academic experience of
    students.
–   This committee should consider, but is not limited to, the areas of career and skill
    preparation, academic content improvement, feedback and class evaluations, as
    well as logistics of the academic calendar.
–   The Vice President of Academic Affairs will keep the GBA informed of key issues,
    initiatives, and progress, accomplished by the committee.
–   The VP of Academic Affairs also chairs the upcoming leadership case competition,
    the gift of the Class of 2008. The Officer will work with a faculty advisor and will be
    responsible for forming a committee of peers to assist in organizing and executing
    the case competition.
                          VP of Alumni Relations
                          Aaron Kuney
•   The Vice President of Alumni Relations represents the interests of current students who will be future alumni from the
    Goizueta Business School. This position works with the Office of Alumni Relations and the Development Office to
    create programs which bring together current MBA students with alumni for networking and social events. The Vice
    President of Alumni Relations holds a seat on the Goizueta Alumni Association Board and attends quarterly meetings
    to provide updates from the student body and receive feedback from the alumni. The Officer also supports special
    projects of the GBA Executive Council such as the graduating Class Gift and Reunion activities.


      – The Vice President of Alumni Relations represents the interests of
        current students who will be future alumni from the Goizueta Business
        School. This position works with the Office of Alumni Relations, the
        Development Office, as well as club alumni representatives, to facilitate
        relationships between current MBA students and alumni. The Vice
        President of Alumni Relations attends quarterly meetings of the Goizueta
        Alumni Association Board to provide updates from the student body and
        receive feedback from the alumni. The Officer also chairs special
        projects of the GBA Executive Council, such as the graduating Class Gift
        and, after graduation, the class's five-year reunion activities.
      – Other Info: The largest initiative of the VP of Alumni Relations is chairing
        the Class Gift Campaign. This responsibility includes selecting and
        leading a steering committee, managing the gift idea generation and
        voting processes, and (together with the steering committee) organizing
        and executing a one-month marketing and fundraising campaign (this
        usually runs from late March until the last class day in April). The Class
        Gift is a monetary gift to the Goizueta Business School, usually
        designated for a specific purpose that expresses the class's legacy as
        well as its support for the school's future.
            VP of Career Management
            Andrew Osterman

– VP is responsible for overseeing and, in conjunction with the CMC,
  appointing a leader for the Career Action Group (CAG) program, which
  provides structured 2nd year student support for the 1st year student
  career/internship education and search.
– VP is responsible for overseeing and, in conjunction with the CMC,
  appointing a leader(s) for the Corporate Liaison program. This program
  manages the assignment of student volunteers to serve as a point of
  contact and facilitator for individual on-campus company presentations.
– VP is responsible for providing a two-way conduit, through informal and
  formal mechanisms (town halls, surveys, one-on-one interviews) to convey
  feedback between the CMC and student body to understand what feedback
  is actionable or not, why/why not, and to facilitate adaptation where
  possible.
– Club "Committee" - Help facilitate the synchronization of CMC and Club
  events, with the goal to achieve maximum benefit with minimum
  redundancy. This can also facilitate the exchange of feedback between the
  CMC and the student leadership.
– Will keep the GBA informed of key issues, initiatives, and progress
  accomplished by the committee.
– Will represent the interests of students in enhancing and maximizing the
  career opportunities available to them at Goizueta.
               VP of University Relations
               Dan Cooper

–   The Vice President of University Relations shall represent all interests of the GBA to the
    Student Government Association (SGA), University Senate (US), and Graduate Senate (GS)
    and shall report all pertinent activity to the GBA Executive Council. Additionally, the Vice
    President of University Relations will officially be responsible for coordinating with the
    representatives of the other graduate divisions to organize social events and cross-school
    initiatives to promote interaction between the graduate divisions of Emory University as
    deemed appropriate by the Executive Council.
               VP of Community Relations
               Brian Goebel

–   The Vice President of Community Relations acts as a facilitator to promote the awareness and
    the coordination of servant leadership and community service initiatives engaging Goizueta
    stakeholders. Furthermore, the Vice President of Community Relations acts as liaison
    between the community related clubs (Goizueta Gives, etc.) and the GBA to ensure that the
    community outreach goals of the Goizueta Business School are carried out. The VP
    Community Relations supports community service based club efforts, particularly when it
    comes to dealing with the GBA and administration providing both technical assistance and
    advocacy support.
           Vp of Multicultural Affairs
           Shanice Wang


– The Vice President of Multicultural Affairs shall represent the
  specific interests of underrepresented constituencies within
  our student community at Goizueta. The VP of Multicultural
  Affairs will keep the GBA informed of key issues, initiatives,
  and progress, accomplished by the committee. The VPMCA
  is an active voice on the GBA for cultural organizations and
  underrepresented students in the Goizueta community. The
  VPMCA will act as a liaison for these organizations with the
  GBA and with the Goizueta community. The VPMCA will
  work closely with the Director of Diversity & Community
  Initiatives to promote diversity and community initiatives and
  programs.
                 Section Representatives
                 Brian Claveria, Jen McDonald, Liz Stanton


•   In the fall, each first year section will elect one representative
    to serve on the GBA Council. The first year section
    representatives shall represent the views and concerns of the
    first year, full-time graduate students in the GBA meetings
    and in interactions with the faculty and administration. They
    shall also work closely with the GBA Council to establish
    close interclass ties and a unified student body, and work
    with the GBA Council on special projects pertaining to the
    overall MBA program as well as the first year class
    exclusively.
    They will participate in the following activities:
     – GBA meetings (1.5 hrs per week)
     – Meet with Program office biweekly (1 hour or so)
     – Spokesman in section for fundraisers, section-wide announcements, etc.
     – Often involved in class-wide surveys to gather opinions
     – Organize “Courage” event for the class of 2010 (E.g. skydiving)
     – Section feud logistics (a game show type of event where the 3 sections
       compete against each other)
     – Ad hoc projects requested by GBA or program office or that the section
       reps feel are necessary

								
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