Financial V.P.

This decision was the most difficult for the Editorial Board. The financial vice president’s job is one that requires a balance between crunching numbers and working with committees and CSOs to sort through the funding allocation process.

Robert Moehle’s everyman persona will go a long way toward softening the finance committee’s grizzled public image. He has faced the finance committee on KSLU’s behalf and seems eager to work with groups to find solutions for their funding binds rather than creating more hoops for CSOs to jump through before they can succeed.

Though Amy Wang provides an impressive background in finance and has good ideas regarding budget transparency, her behavior in the executive board debates alarmed us. Her unprofessional and confrontational stance showed that she is not prepared to lead a group of students who might disagree with her ideas. Meanwhile, Moehle’s composure proved that he can remain calm during unexpected circumstances.