Who cares what your title is? All that matters is what you do.
Titles are signaling mechanisms. They are supposed to indicate to others what you’re responsible for or capable of doing. They aren’t meant to be boxes that limit what you do.
Is there something you think should be fixed at Students For Liberty? Go ahead and fix it.
Is there something you think could be improved in the liberty movement? Go out and make the improvement.
Is there something you want to launch in your organization that isn’t being done? Following any appropriate protocol, go out and do it.
If you’re worried more about your titles than what you’re able to do, you’re worried about others more than yourself.
What matters most to organizations are what the people in it do, not what title they hold. An organization can have any number of people who hold “senior,” “director,” or “vice president” titles. It doesn’t matter if an organization has 2 or 200 individuals with these titles. What matters is what the people in the organization are able to accomplish.
Added bonus: The sooner you worry less about your title and more about what you’re doing, the sooner you’ll see your title “improve”.