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Executive branch

Made up of a combination of Vice Presidents and Directors, the Executive Cabinet represents and advocates on behalf of student interests and campus-wide initiatives.

Photo of SA Executive Cabinet members swearing their oaths of office
Cabinet officials taking their oaths of office at the 2017 swearing-in ceremony

President

The President is the leader of the Student Association. The President is directly supported by a group of students known collectively as the Executive Cabinet. The current SA President is Peak Sen Chua.

To contact President Chua, email him at peaksenchua@gwu.edu.

Chief of Staff

The Chief of Staff directly serves the President of the Student Association, managing the internal structure of the SA to help ensure projects and processes are proceeding properly. The current Chief of Staff is Jacob Smith.

To contact Jacob, email him at jacob_smith18@gwu.edu.

Executive Cabinet

The Executive Cabinet is made up of students dedicated to every issue on campus, from academic affairs to diversity and inclusion to sustainability.

Vice Presidents are nominated by the President and are mandated by the SA Constitution. Their appointments require a 2/3 vote in the Senate to be confirmed. Meet your Vice Presidents.

Directors are appointed by the President and are not confirmed by the Senate, allowing the President to create directorships as needed. Meet your Directors.

While they do not serve as Vice Presidents, the President, Executive Vice President, and their chiefs of staff sit on the Executive Cabinet.