Chapter Officers

The Executive Cabinet consists of elected members to form a collaborative leadership council. This cabinet consists of a five to nine positions, depending on the size of the chapter. There are three Executive Cabinet Models that chapters can choose from: the Fisher, Hoffman, or Salter Models. Each model is named after one of our Founders and is tiered for various chapter sizes. As elected officers, they are all responsible for the membership, operations, and overall well-being of the chapter. Each officer oversees and manages a team to help execute their areas of responsibility. Members of these groups are often referred to as coordinators.

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The positions outlined below are found in the Fisher Model and serves as the basis for each Executive Cabinet Model.

President

The President is the chief elected officer of the chapter. In this capacity, he presides over meetings of the chapter. As the presiding officer, he sets the agenda, monitors all activities and serves as spokesman for the chapter. Perhaps his most important task is communication. That is two-way communication, facilitating understanding of mission, governance, goals, and expectations throughout the brotherhood.

The President also serves as chairman of the chapter Executive Cabinet. The Director of Member and Community Engagement, Director of Recruitment, Director of Education and Wellness and Director of Finance and Operations serve with the President as voting members of the board.

Together they form a collaborative leadership council known as the Executive Cabinet. As elected officers, they are all responsible to the full membership of the chapter. However, the Chapter President is responsible for monitoring each coordinators performance related to chapter goals. The President sets the agenda and must use the agenda to keep the chapter’s leadership on track.

The appointed officers are directly responsible to and supervised by the President. All officer appointments are subject to the advice and consent of the Executive Cabinet. Advice and consent mean that the Cabinet shall, by simple majority vote to either approve or disapprove an appointment, but may not select through a nomination and election procedure an alternate person for the post.

Director of Education and Wellness

The primary objective of the Director of Education & Wellness is to serve on the Executive Cabinet, maintain a healthy and safe environment for members and guests, and develop and connect members to experiences that encourage both personal and professional growth and development. In doing so, he will provide a stronger experience for his chapter brothers and one that demonstrates the value of being a Sig Tau. The responsibilities of the Director of Education & Wellness include:

▪ Lead, manage, and ensure the successful completion of responsibilities of the Faculty Relations Coordinator, Health and Wellness Coordinator, New Member Education Coordinator, Ongoing Member Education Coordinator, and Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator.
▪ Meet regularly, both individually and as a division, with coordinators.
▪ Attend all Executive Cabinet Meetings.
▪ Develop, submit, and oversee budget for areas of responsibility.

Director of Recruitment

The primary objective of the Director of Recruitment is to serve as a member of the Executive Cabinet and ensure the longevity of the chapter through purposeful recruitment and retention efforts and promotion of benefits of membership. Depending on the cabinet model the chapter uses, the primary responsibilities of the Director of Recruitment include:

▪ Lead, manage, and support the Academic Coordinator, Diversity Coordinator, Newsletter Coordinator, Recruitment Coordinator, Retention Coordinator, Social Media Coordinator, and Website Coordinator while creating a supportive environment for existing members to thrive.
▪ Meet regularly, both individually and as a division, with coordinators.
▪ Attend all Executive Cabinet Meetings.
▪ Develop, submit, and oversee budget for areas of responsibility.

Director of Member and Community Engagement

The primary objective of the Director of Member & Community Engagement is to serve on the Executive Cabinet and develop and connect members to experiences that promote social excellence and unified brotherhood. In doing so, he provides a stronger experience for his chapter brothers, ensuring the Fraternity endeavors forward. The responsibilities of the Director of Member & Community Engagement include:

▪ Lead, manage, and ensure the successful completion of responsibilities of the Alumni Relations Coordinator, Brotherhood Coordinator, Fundraising Coordinator, Greek Week Coordinator, Homecoming Coordinator, Parent Relations Coordinator, Philanthropy Coordinator, Service Coordinator, Social Coordinator, and White Rose Banquet Coordinator.
▪ Meet regularly, both individually and as a division, with coordinators.
▪ Attend all Executive Cabinet Meetings.
▪ Work with the Director of Finance & Operations to develop, submit, and oversee budget for areas of responsibility.

Director of Finance

The primary objective of the Director of Finance & Operations is to serve on the Executive Cabinet and advance the goals of the chapter through proper fiduciary management. In doing so, he provides a stronger experience for his chapter brothers ensuring pivotal operations of the chapter run smoothly.

It is through his efforts and leadership that the Director of Finance and Operations will promote the integrity of the organization, archive the business of the chapter, and ultimately advance the goals of the chapter.

▪ Lead, manage, and ensure the successful completion of responsibilities of the Marshall, Treasurer, and Secretary.
▪ Meet regularly, both individually and as a division, with coordinators.
▪ Attend all Executive Cabinet Meetings.
▪ Develop, submit, and oversee the budget for areas of responsibility.
▪ File and report an accurate chapter roster through OmegaFi twice per year (November 15 and April 15).
▪ Attend Webb Academy (January) and participate in Finance and Operations Track.