Your ECOS Executive Council is made up of five elected members and three non-elected members. Elected members participate in Executive Council votes; these positions are the President, the Executive Vice President, the VP of Academic Affairs, the VP of Financial Affairs, and the VP of Student Engagement. The non-elected members do not participate in votes, but still play important roles on exec. council. These positions are the Parliamentarian, Chief of Staff, and Recording Secretary.
Marissa Bradley- email@example.com
As the ECOS President I am responsible for serving students of the Eckerd community in various ways. I work continuously to improve ECOS as a whole by finding ways to better its functions, its processes, and the services it provides to students. I also represent the student body in administrative meetings to make sure our voices are heard. Finally, I preside over all ECOS activities and provide ECOS members with any assistance, training, or resources they might need to be successful
Bailey Cross - firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlyn Haas - email@example.com
Along with my Academic Affairs Committee members, I help bridge the gap between faculty and students through bringing relevant speakers, conducting programs like Pitchers with Professors, attending faculty meetings and providing grants for faculty-student interaction. Additionally, I design and distribute the Eckerd student planners and water bottles.
Nick Dalton - firstname.lastname@example.org
As the ECOS Vice President of Financial Affairs, I am in charge of distributing the student activity fee, approximately $590,000, to clubs and organizations throughout the school year. The three ways in which I disperse these funds are through Fall allocations, Spring allocations, and the Independent and Collaborative Venture Fund. In order to decide which clubs and organizations deserve and need all of the funding that they request, I lead the ECOS Financial Affairs Committee and preside over the committee's weekly meetings.
Geoffrey St. John - email@example.com
As the Parliamentarian, I ensure that the Senate, Executive Council, and all other aspects of ECOS run according to parliamentary law and in the bounds of the constitution. I am responsible for making any necessary changes to the ECOS constitution. I also chair the Constitution, Regulation and By-Laws committee.
As the ECOS Vice President of Student Engagement, I am responsible for fostering strong communication between ECOS and the Student Body. With the help of my Student Engagement Committee members, I ensure that the student body is well informed about happenings within ECOS including all projects, budgets, and events. I work with my committee to manage ECOS social media accounts and the ECOS website, publish ECOS updates, and create all ECOS visual media, posters, and logos. I also publish the annual State of the ECOS Address, and make sure ECOS is running in accordance with the Transparency Campaign by publishing ECOS budget information.
Will Shedden- firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Hoppe - email@example.com
As Chief of Staff, I am an appointed member of the Executive Council. I work closely with the President to help develop and execute goals for the year. I also oversee and help to mentor the Cabinet. I attend administrative meetings, update the student discount list and organize the annual Valentine's dinner. I also have the opportunity to develop additional projects throughout the year.
Aurora Mazza - firstname.lastname@example.org
As the Recording Secretary I go to every Executive Council meeting to take notes and voice my opinion on important topics. I am also available to other committees if they need me to come and take notes for them. I also attend all Executive Council events and outings.
The ECOS Cabinet is made up of those chosen by the Executive Council to fill the twenty five Appointed Positions. For more information about any Appointed Position's Committees, visit our "How to Get Involved" page or Check I'm Here.
As Director of Pet Life I oversee the entirety of Eckerd College's residential pet program. I also provide support and assistance to chair committees, facilitate meetings with administration, and consistently improve upon the Pet Life program.
Maxx Chadwick and Virginia Kilbourne
As the Directors of Culinary Relations we coordinate weekly meetings with Bon Appétit management and with our Culinary Relations Committee members to ensure that on-campus dining services meet the needs of the greater student body.
Casandra Castaneda email@example.com
We head the Athletic Relations committee. Our purpose is to make athletic events as fun as possible and draw in as many people as we can to support our awesome sports teams. We host events alongside the sports games to make them more of a social experience.
I chair the Environmental Responsibility Committee, which plans and implements various environmental initiatives throughout campus.
Emma Gilliam and Ainsley Parramore
As the Director of Branding and Print Media and a member of the Student Engagement Committee, I am responsible for developing and curating creative content for ECOS including posters, flyers, logos and other various graphic media.
As the Director of Visual Media and a member of the Student Engagement Committee, I create videos for the communication purposes of ECOS.
As the Director of Fitness I organize activities and events that encourage students to stay active, sometimes in coordination with the Health and Wellness Committee.
As the Directors of Special Projects we work both independently and with other organizations within ECOS. We tackle out-of-the-box projects that don't quite fit under the responsibilities of other groups.
As the liaison between ECOS and the ASPEC, I develop ways for the student body to benefit from and interact with the ASPEC community.
Meghan Long and Margaret Coyle
As the Director of SCSB, I work with my board and run the weekly Sunday meetings as well as work with CSIRC and the Deans when people get written up and sit on different hearing forums.
As the Director of Health and Wellness I am responsible for putting on a Health and Fitness Week once a semester. Additionally, I work closely with Title IX coordinator to promote the Green Dot Program and Bystander Intervention. I also work toward the general mental, physical, and emotional health of the entire campus through various smaller events.
Tom Gilburg and Briana Matthews
As the Coordinators of EEL, we help to guide first-year and transfer students in learning how to get involved, make a difference on and off campus and become well-rounded leaders. We prepare for biweekly EEL meetings by planning events, inviting guest speakers, and managing communication platforms. We seek to provide EEL members with experiences and resources that they can utilize to help define their extracurricular and academic interests as well as gain confidence in themselves as leaders at Eckerd and in life.
As the director of a new program called EEL Connect, I seek to give former EEL students who don’t hold a position in ECOS the opportunity to mentor a current EEL student. Chosen mentors are active on campus and have similar interests or majors to their mentees.
I chair the Intercollegiate Affairs Committee which focuses on communications with other schools. Through this we hope to find new and interesting ideas and ways to improve what we do here at Eckerd.
Madison Campbell and Lauren Lougee
As the Director of Social Media and a member of the Student Engagement Committee, I work on developing creative ways to reach out to the student body using ECOS digital media platforms.
As Directory of Technology and a member of the Student Engagement Committee, I help ECOS make decisions on what new tools to use and help keep the website up to date.
As the General Manager of WECX I organize DJs for the student radio station and work to improve our station equipment.
As station manager of WECX, my job is to help retain our amazing group of DJs, make the station known throughout campus, and handle social media & musical aspects of the station.
As the Liaison to the Office of Multicultural Affairs, I bridge the gap between ECOS and the multicultural clubs and organizations on campus.
I work to help promote the efforts of the Office of Service Learning