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Executive Committee

Zimmerman-Hillman Administration

Central Student Government elected officials represent the voting student body in a myriad of ways. This page focuses on the Executive Committee of the Zimmerman-Hillman Administration, as well as their priorities.

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Hail to the Victors Plan

To set in motion the advancement of student goals, the administration set a list of priorities to base policy and programmatic initiatives off. The Zimmerman-Hillman administration is based on the core values of instituting pragmatic policies while serving as the voice of the students. To encapsulate the efforts of these priorities, this set is titled the "Hail to the Victors Plan."

Sexual Misconduct Prevention

Providing education for sexual misconduct prevention is essential now more than ever. In addressing years of harm done to our students and community, we must advocate for institutional changes to our University’s support system for survivors and processes for reporting incidences of sexual misconduct.

Community of Wolverines

As we transition to a new President of the University and navigate a challenging political and social climate, it is vital to build trust among students and emphasize the Wolverine community. A major way to address these issues is through mental health and wellbeing programming allowing students to access resources and engage in meaningful discourse.

Streamlining Services

Currently, many resources that CSG provides were intended to be pilot programs to be later integrated into the University at large. We would like to work with key administrators on finding ways to collaborate with departments and integrate our programming into permanent service offerings.

Lowering Barriers to Accessibility

Students with disabilities must be treated with dignity and equal respect in all aspects of student life. We want to create a culture of accessibility not just physically, but also intellectually, acknowledging the areas that are deficit of equal opportunity.

Advancing Anti-Racism

Our University promises that every Michigan student has an equal opportunity to succeed, yet systemic racism and barriers to success persist. The Zimmerman-Hillman administration hopes to bolster the Student Org anti-racism fund, work on orientation curriculum, and reinforcing DEI at the highest levels of the University administration.

Building a Sustainable Campus

The Zimmerman-Hillman administration will take action to address the climate crisis and work to lower our carbon footprint on campus. To meet the demands of our students and Earth, the administration will use a two-pronged approach to achieve our goals. First, we will develop comprehensive research and create recommendations for both CSG and the University. Second, we will take actionable steps by providing services and education to the student body on how they can live a more sustainable lifestyle.

Creating an Affordable Michigan

As the cost of living in Ann Arbor continues to rise, it is critical that our University provides support to all Wolverines. The Zimmerman-Hillman administration will inform students about affordable options and educate the student body on Ann Arbor housing policies and related affordability issues.

Executive Committee Members

Executive Cabinet

Executive Committee Members

Policy & Commission Team

Executive Committee Members

Student Organization Committee

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