The executive director is the official spokesperson of the organization, oversees the executive board, runs the general body meetings, and handles agreements between the Cornell Concert Commission and outside organization. On day of show, he is responsible for running the security crew.
The productions director is in charge of securing campus and local services, police, stage equipment, and acts as the primary contact between the organization and the artist's management. Day of show, he supervises all day-of-show operations and working crews
The finance director oversees the organization's budget, ensures that ticketing policies are in order, and works with other organizations for the co-sponsorship of events on campus. On day of show, she manages the Box Office and works front-of-house with the Selections Director.
The promotions director organizes clubfest, social media, designs innovative posters and quarter-cards, and promotes the concerts on and off campus. During day of show, she runs the merchandise crew as well as handles on and off campus press.
The selections director stays up to date on emerging music trends to bring rising acts to Cornell, working as a liaison between the interests of general body members and the executive board to help select the artists. During shows she manages the ticket taking crew and confiscation room.
The administrative director handles day to day housekeeping tasks for the organization by reserving rooms, managing the listserv, and planning social events for members. On day of show she heads the hospitality crew, which provides food and assembles the dressing rooms for the artist.
As a program coordinator in Campus Activities, Chantel is dedicated to providing vibrant and supportive opportunities that promote and nurture student learning, the practice of leadership, social responsibility, interpersonal skill-building and self-awareness through experiential learning. She advises student organizations and event planners by facilitating critical thinking and leadership skills to create programs that are engaging, inclusive and fun.