Mobile Entertainment -- Global Arts (MEGA)
Position Type: Board (Unpaid)
Primary domain: Arts, Culture and Humanities
City: New York
Postal code: 10001
State: New York
Country: United States
$0 - $1M
The mission of the organization is to advance global artistic, cultural and creative expression that is equitable, fresh and even revolutionary; and serve as an incubator and host for unprecedented world-class entertainment.
This position is for a New York-based or remote Nonprofit Board membership for a newly forming art-tech nonprofit: Mobile Entertainment -- Global Arts (MEGA). Ideally, MEGA would like to populate the Board with: entertainment-art attorneys, nonprofit CPAs, entertainment venue architects, art educators, artists, sponsors, gallery owners, retired nonprofit executives and the like.
MEGA is a revolutionary new concept in digital and venue-based entertainment. It is both a new form of entertainment and new entertainment venue. The mission of the organization is to advance global artistic, cultural and creative expression that is equitable, fresh and even revolutionary; and serve as an incubator and host for unprecedented world-class entertainment.
The Board will support the work of MEGA and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. The Board-CEO relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected. It is anticipated that both Board Officers and Board Members will commit to serving a one-year term; after which time, they will be eligible for re-appointment to serve additional terms. Board meetings are held quarterly and committee meetings, bi-monthly.
- Attend all quarterly meetings
- Serve on at least one Board committee
- Serve a 1-year term
- Participate in special events and fundraising activities
- Remain actively informed about the organization
- Providing leadership, governance and general oversight, fiscally and programmatically
- Attending board and related meetings; reviewing meeting agenda and supporting materials prior to board and committee meetings
- Keeping informed of and meeting legal and fiduciary responsibilities
- Preparing annual operating and program budgets, P&L statements, audit reports, etc.
- Developing and participating in fundraising activities (e.g., events, grant-writing, etc.)
- Developing and participating in programming, locally, nationally and internationally
- Partnering with external stakeholders to ensure that board resolutions are executed
- Serving on committees or task forces; organizing and executing special assignments
- Serving as an ambassador for the organization and representing SNAP with stakeholders
- Assisting the CEO to identify and recruit other Board Members
- Making an annual contribution to the organization
- Work toward expanding Arts resources, contacts, etc.
Preferred experience in one or more of the following:
- Fundraising/Resource Development
- Nonprofit Finance/Accounting
- Entertainment Law or Art Law
- Nonprofit Management
- Arts/Culture/Entertainment Industry
- International/Global Art Industry
- Entertainment Venue Architecture
- Real Estate/Construction
Unpaid Board Position
Posting Expiration Date:
How to Apply:
Please send a Letter of Interest and CV to: [email protected]
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