Dustin Elsberry 



Duties of ASUAF Government Relations Director (per ASUAF Bylaws)

931. Duties of the Government Relations Director

931.1 Develop and implement organizing and advocacy training programs for student leaders at ASUAF and in the campus community.

931.2 To be ASUAF’s official lobbyist to the Alaska State Legislature, the Governor of the state of Alaska, The Fairbanks North-Star Borough Assembly, and the Fairbanks City Council, and any other student or governmental entity in which ASUAF has membership or interest.

931.3 To be the Chair of the Government Relations Council and hold regular meetings at least once per month while the legislature is in session.

931.4 To, during the State Legislative Session, give weekly Government Relations, and, when applicable, Government Relations Council reports to the ASUAF Senate.

931.5 To track and report on issues of importance to the students of UAF currently facing official in the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of local, state, and national governments.

931.6 To be responsible for sufficiently training, organizing and informing ASUAF representatives sent on advocacy trips.

931.7 To work closely with the ASUAF Senate Public Relations Committee regarding any relevant UA system governance or Alaska state and local government issues.