Club

Data & Analytics Club – Sacramento Campus
The Data and Analytics Club brings together like-minded GSM students to discuss relevant research and methods of analyzing data.

The Data and Analytics Club brings together like-minded GSM students to discuss relevant research and methods of analyzing data.

Our Board

President

The President is the chief executive officer for the club. The primary responsibilities of this role involve the general supervision and operation of the club. The President presides at club meetings and directs the club in meeting the members’ needs for educational growth and leadership. In cooperation with the other officers, the President establishes long-term and short-term goals for the club.

Secretary

The Secretary maintains the club’s records, including club by-laws and the club constitution. Additionally, the Secretary handles and maintains new member applications, updated membership records, supply orders, officer lists, and past club records. The Secretary also records and reads the minutes for club meetings and for meetings of the Executive Team.

Treasurer

The Treasurer manages the club’s financial health. The primary responsibilities of this role involve handling the club’s finances, including the collection of club dues and the payment of all bills. The Treasurer receives and disburses funds to further the operation of the club and its officers. All club accounts are managed by this office.

VP, Communications

The primary responsibilities of this role involve marketing and some administration. The VPC plans, organizes, and implements a continuous marketing effort to ensure that club membership remains sustainable. This is accomplished both by retaining current members and by gaining new members. They also coordinate events between the campuses.

VP, MBA and Alumni Relations

Responsible for communications with current Students and Alumni. Focus is building community in our members and bringing in additional knowledge from alumni members. Also responsible for building partnerships with local businesses, finding presenters for workshops and events, and helping president to identify preferred or important content for its membership by drawing on business partnerships.

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