The Radhoc Committee prides itself on being non-hierarchical - that is, there is no ranking of positions or responsibilities, therefore everyone on the Committee is equal (which is why the list below is alphabetical). Committee Members take on different roles related to their strengths and try to assist others in roles related to their weaknesses, allowing them to learn and develop their own leadership skills, and everyone works as hard as they are able to within their capacity (we are all students, after all).