Former RamRide Director Allison McVey stepped down from her position within the Associated Students of CSU on Sept. 12, as confirmed by Eric Berlinberg, ASCSU President.
McVey declined to comment on her decision to resign. However Berlinberg confirmed that a resignation letter was sent in the form of an email. McVey has filled the director position since June 1, 2011.
ASCSU began accepting applications as of Sept. 12 and will continue to accept them until Sept. 28. Members of ASCSU will conduct interviews as applications come in.
â€œWe do appreciate the hard work Allison has put into the position, and she did a terrific job carrying the entire team,â€ Berlinberg said.
Ram Ride director, the highest paid ASCSU position ,requires an estimated 30 hours per week coordinating the largest staff in ASCSU.
â€œThis role is crucial to ASCSU and the entire CSU student body, and we put a lot of trust into the individual who will fill the position. Allison set the position up to succeed, so we are looking for a strong leader to step in,â€ Berlinberg said.
Currently, the deputy director of night operations for Ram Ride, Keegan Schulz, is stepping in as the interim director.
ASCSU beat reporter Allison Knaus can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.