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Brief descriptions of the different leadership positions are below.

  • Chief Officers
    Strategic leadership that heads a department with defined sphere of influence and responsibilities (i.e. HR). Assists other chief officers and program directors with issues within their sphere of influence. May be called before school representative to present on topics. May “hire” new staff at their own discretion in order to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Student Representatives
    Student leaders answerable to the SHAC bylaws and the school they represent (ie. Medicine). Ensures that all programs and projects, and the activities of the executive committee, adhere to the SHAC bylaws. May call upon chief officers to present information within their area of expertise.
  • Program Directors and Managers
    Directors: Mid-level leadership covering specific programs (ie. Medical Clinic Program Director). Reports to Chief Operating Officer. Oversees all aspects of a program and serves as the program’s main points-of-contact. May “hire” new managers and/or staff at their own discretion.
    Managers: Operational leadership for specific functions of a program (ie. Medical Clinic Lab Manager). Reports to a program director. Oversees staff for a particular function and serves as the function’s point-of-contact. May “hire” new staff at their own discretion.
  • Project Developers
    Mid-level leadership. Reports to Chief Operating Officer. Oversees all aspects of a project and serves as the project’s main point-of-contact. May “hire” new staff at their own discretion.


Chief Officers

Program Directors & Student Representatives

Bridge to Care

Classroom to Community

Dental Clinic

Flourish/Nutrition Initiative

Gender Affirming Clinic

Get Covered Carolina




Medical Clinic

Mental Health


Ophthalmology Clinic



Physical Therapy

Public Health

Refugee Health Initiative

Social Need Navigators

Social Work

Undergraduate Advisors

Well-Woman Clinic

Well Child Clinic