Members of the Presidential cabinet are appointed by the President and approved by the Senate. For more information, see the bylaw concerning the presidential cabinet. These are the current positions on the cabinet.
Chief of Staff: Paul Gramieri
The Chief of Staff is the principal adviser to the President. The Chief of Staff assists the President in the day-to-day functions of the office focusing on the details of proposals, crafting language, and developing strategies to fulfill the President’s vision. The Chief of Staff works closely with Senators and executive branch members by spearheading initiatives on behalf of the President. With the President’s approval, the Chief of Staff may sit and serve on any committee in place of the President.