Currently oversees Sunset 6th JROTC Battalion as its Cadet Battalion Commander. Indirectly controls staff by means of her executive officer, and the companies through platoon leaders. She holds the final approval authority in the cadet chain of command.
The battalion command sergeant major is the principal cadet enlisted assistant to the battalion commander. As the senior enlisted member of the cadet corps, the command sergeant majors supervises the other noncommisioned officers of the battalion and companies. Their specific duties are to assist subordinate NCOs, the battalion XO, and the adjutant with administrative duties. They are also to assist the battalion commander in all matters pertaining to the enlisted members of the cadet battalion, along with supervising the color guard and all flag details.
The cadet battalion executive officer (XO) supervises, directs, and coordinates the cadet battalion staff to ensure that the commander's desires are understood and achieved. The XO keeps the staff informed of the commander's policies and in turn keeps the battalion commander informed of the status of projects assigned to the staff.
The battalion adjutant is the administrative assistant to the battalion commander. They are responsible for performing different administrative tasks assigned by the battalion commander, battalion executive officer, or the instructor staff.
*For the 2011-2012 school year both the S-1 Duties and the S-6 duties will be integrated.
The battalion S-2 assists the battalion commander and the instructor staff in matters pertaining to unit security and enforces the provisions of the security requirements for the battalion. Their specific duties include periodic inspection of the security of weapons, storage areas, and other duties assigned by the battalion commander, battalion executive officer, or the instructor staff.
The battalion S-3 assists the battalion commander in the preparation, conduct, and supervision of all training activities of the cadet battalion. Additionally, the S-3 keeps the commander advised on the progress of training within the battalion. The principal duties of the S-3 are to prepare the weekly training schedules, organize events, and maintain the training portion of cadet records.
The battalion logistics or supply officer is responsible for the maintenance, security, record keeping, issue, and turn-in of all U.S. government property. The logistics officer is in charge of creating a JROTC clothing and equipment record for each cadet, and main all cadet supply records in proper-order. They also must issue clothing, insignia, or other supply items as directed by the battalion commander, battalion executive officer, or the instructor staff, and also perform other duties as assigned by the battalion commander, battalion executive officer, or the instructor staff.
The duties of the cadet battalion special projects officer is to plan and coordinate special projects outlined by the cadet battalion commander, cadet battalion executive officer, or the instructor staff. They must photograph all major events that JROTC participates in as well as maintaining the yearly scrapbook for the battalion.
The S-6 is charged with the constant maintenance of the battalions website, as well as updating events and making sure all cadets stay informed with upcoming projects. They also handle any and all needs of the battalion involving electronics or electrical work that does not fall under any other staff members duties, and charged with fixing, maintaining, any and all electronics used by the battalion.