the executive board

The Executive Board oversees Senate, meets regularly with administrators, and plans the structure of meetings. 

office hours

benya kraus - tuesdays, 7 - 8 PM

anna del castillo - thursdays, 2:15 - 3:15 PM

emily sim - treasury office hours

jacqueline chen - mondays, 1 - 2 PM

adam rapfogel - Mondays, 9 - 10 PM

shannon lee - wednesdays, 2:30 - 3:30 PM


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Benya kraus a'18


The President sets the agenda and chairs each Executive Board & Senate meeting. They meet regularly with administrators, including President Monaco, and serve as the main point of contact between the Tufts administration and students.

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Anna Kathryn Del Castillo a'18

Vice president

The Vice President chairs the General Board, composed of committee members, and attends meetings with administrators with the President. They also perform a variety of other duties and help facilitate committee work. 

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emily sim a'19


The Treasurer chairs the Allocations Board and oversees the Treasury. They hold office hours every weekday to assist TCU-recognized groups. The Treasurer is not allowed to express opinions on supplementary funding requests. 

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jacqueline chen A'19


The Historian oversees attendance and takes minutes at weekly Senate meetings. In addition, the Historian is charged with tracking the progress of projects and providing support for new senators.

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adam rapfogel A'19


The Parliamentarian oversees resolution writing, chairs the Rules Committee, and facilitates debate. The Senate Constitution forbids the Parliamentarian from having an opinion on issues Senate debates.

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shannon lee A'20

diversity & community affairs officer (DCA)

The Diversity and Community Affairs (DCA) Officer chairs the Culture, Ethnicity, Community Affairs (CECA) Committee comprised of representatives from the Group of Six Centers and other communities. The DCA Officer advocates for more inclusive opportunities, and support for underrepresented students on campus.