Some articles on executive, staff, executive staff:
... According to the ASUO website, the ASUO Executive is elected by the student body each year and strives to provide representation for all students on campus ... oversees the multiple appointed members (which are appointed by the ASUO President) on the ASUO staff ranging from advocates to interns and make sure the office, as well as campus operations ... The Executive Staff works closely with all programs, departments and committees on campus, including the UO administration to represent the voice of the students ...
... motivated by anti-gay bias, President Clinton issued an executive order modifying the Uniform Code of Military Justice to permit evidence of a hate crime to be admitted during the sentencing phase of a trial ... Patrick Guerriero, executive director of Log Cabin, thought the repeal movement was gaining "new traction" but "Ultimately", said, "we think it's going to take ... it's not going to change." Retired Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General John Shalikashvili and former Senator and Secretary of Defense William ...
... who each represent 300 students, and the Staff ... The Staff is broken into two groups ... The Executive Staff consists of the President, Vice-President, Financial Manager (elected positions) Chief of Staff, and Secretary/Club Coordinator (appointed) ...
Famous quotes containing the words staff and/or executive:
“In the far South the sun of autumn is passing
Like Walt Whitman walking along a ruddy shore.
He is singing and chanting the things that are part of him,
The worlds that were and will be, death and day.
Nothing is final, he chants. No man shall see the end.
His beard is of fire and his staff is a leaping flame.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“She isnt harassed. Shes busy, and its glamorous to be busy. Indeed, the image of the on- the-go working mother is very like the glamorous image of the busy top executive. The scarcity of the working mothers time seems like the scarcity of the top executives time.... The analogy between the busy working mother and the busy top executive obscures the wage gap between them at work, and their different amounts of backstage support at home.”
—Arlie Hochschild (20th century)