Secretary of Academic Affairs: Jean Tabares
The Secretary of Academic Affairs will be in charge of creating and maintaining all projects and initiatives that concern partnerships with colleges and academic departments, research opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students and all areas of academic life. The office will be at the forefront of all academically driven goals of the administration, such as the establishment of an Itunes FSU account and creation of the FSU Course Review.
Secretary of the Arts: Jasmine Edwards
The Secretary of the Arts will be responsible for advocating for the College of Music, College of Visual Arts, Theatre, and Dance, and the College of Motion Picture Arts on the University level. This office will responsible for bringing these areas of campus closer to the Student Government Association and vice versa. Additionally, the Secretary will generate positive programming to highlight the skills and achievements of remarkable students in their respective colleges.
Secretary of Administrative Affairs: Cameron Katz
The Secretary of Administrative Affairs will be charged with organizing the collective voice of Student Government as a collective. The office will be responsible for assembling SGA to reach out and develop relationships with community and service partners, and will seek state and national opportunities for the advancement of Florida State. The Office of Administrative Affairs will also focus on communication between all entities of the Student Government Association by maintaining its schedules and calendars.
Secretary of Campus Affairs: Alexia Baillow
The Secretary of Campus Affairs will be in charge of connecting students to different programs and leadership opportunities that promote multicultural experiences, personal and professional development, and a productive experience both on campus and beyond. The office will work closely with areas of campus including the international Center, the Center for Leadership and Civic Education, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Student Activities Center etc. to help students to stay informed about involvement prospects, while working to constructively expand student participation.
Secretary of Safety and Health: Ivan Fuetes
The Secretary of Safety and Health will be responsible for promoting a healthy and active lifestyle for all Florida State University Students. The office will build strong relations with Thagard Health Center, Campus Recreation, Seminole Dining and the FSU Athletics Department. The Stokes/Porwoll Administration will collaborate with these units to bring more programming and health awareness to the student body.
Secretary of Departmental Affairs: Itai Raz
The Secretary of Departmental Affairs will be responsible for keeping consistent communication between all entities of the Student Government Association and the university, including the Executive Branch, Legislative Branch, Judicial Branch, Student Activities (SOAR Board), Oglesby Union (Union Board), and Campus Recreation(Campus Recreation Board). The secretary will also work to create new structures and initiatives to help SGA support the efforts of different campus and academic departments.
Secretary of Communication: Lissette Calveiro
The Secretary of Communication will be the voice of the Executive Branch. They will be responsible for keeping strong and consistent relations with various media outlets, which would be done through weekly press releases and occasional press conferences. The Secretary of Communication must be familiar with the policies and stances of the Stokes/Porwoll Administration and communicate those effectively. The office of the Secretary of Communication will oversee all public relations and social media efforts of the Administration.