Chief of Staff & Executive Assistant

Serving as logistics champions for the Executive Branch, the Chief of Staff and Executive Assistant serve to coordinate meetings, link students and student groups with university resources, and facilitate the many ongoing projects of the Executive Directors.

Chief of Staff Logan Graham

sgchiefofstaff@ncsu.edu

Logan Graham is a Junior from Durango, Colorado studying Political Science. As Chief of Staff, he serves as the key adviser to the Student Body President and Vice President as well as overseeing the Executive Cabinet. Outside of Student Government, Logan leads an organization that connects NC State students to volunteer positions within local elementary schools and is an avid outdoors man.

What does the Chief of Staff do?

The role of Chief of Staff varies from administration to administration, but consistently, the Chief of Staff serves as the chief student-advisor to the Student Body President and Student Body Vice President, as well as the internal manager of the Executive Branch. The Chief of Staff serves as a resource and advocate to empower our student-leaders to constantly improve.

 

Executive Assistant Allyson Blake

sgexecassist@ncsu.edu

Allyson Blake is a second year studying Science, Technology, and Society. She hopes Climate Change will be taken seriously one day, and enjoys practicing yoga. Allyson is a member of Alpha Phi Omega.

What does the Executive Assistant do?

Part of establishing a great leadership team is having a right-hand person to make things happen. The position of Executive Assistant is one filled to the preference of an administration and the person who fills it. Traditionally, this role has been to assist with the logistics, the planning and execution of meetings, taking minutes and documenting, and assisting the Student Body President and Student Body Vice President on a number of administrative tasks.