The ASUCD Controller is an ASUCD executive officer who serves with the ASUCD President by performing various administrative functions. The officeholder is an ex-officio member of the Senate. The current sitting ASUCD Controller is Derek Neyer.
The official duties of the ASUCD Controller are outlined in the ASUCD Bylaws. Generally, the Controller is responsible for:
- Collecting information and drafting the ASUCD Budget with the ASUCD Management Team
- Meeting with ASUCD Unit Directors on a regular basis
- Tracking the Units' expenses and incomes
- Reporting to the ASUCD Senate and the ASUCD President on a regular basis
- Chairing the Unit Relocation and Space Allocation Committee (URSAC) (pronounced uhr-SAK)
- Co-Chairing the Executive Advisory Council
- Sitting as an ex-officio member of the ASUCD Senate, Internal Affairs Commission, Business and Finance Commission, Media Board, and Student Services and Fees Administrative Advisory Committee.
My office hours for this quarter vary. Please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can find a time to meet!
The position of ASUCD Controller was created in 1970.
|2020-2021||Alexis Lopez Perez|
|2014- 15W||Rylan Schaeffer|
|2000-01||Raymond 'Ray' Shiu|
|1999-2000||Raymond 'Ray' Shiu|
|1993-94||David 'Dave' Palacek|
|1979-80||Robert 'Bob' Christie|
|1977-78||Roy Hilton March|
Assistant Business Managers
ABMs were student the highest student financial position, appointed by the Executive Committee. Later ABMs, however, worked under the Business Manager rather than the political officers, often in specialized roles such as Personnel or planning.
|1959S-60||Allan 'Al' Deutch|
I think this position should be renamed "comptroller." Mainly because the latter looks cooler, but also the latter is more clearly a financial officer. -KrisFricke
- That's crazy talk!
Note that CEO and COO are practical terms often used, in the corporate world, as additions to titles such as "Chairman of the Board" or "Executive Vice President" to denote actual levels of involvement in strategic decision making and day-to-day operations, respectively.
I agree with Devin, this position should be called Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Sounds good. Constitutional amendment, anyone? Just remember, Paul for Chancellor 2007!
Controller is the CEO? His decisions take precedence over the President's?? I'm not sure he's even the COO vis-a-vis Mark Champagne. If it really says something about that in the Constitution well they're really just throwing titles around then. This comment not to reflect any opinion applicable to any actual or potential cases. -KrisFricke