Committee Member – Marketing/Events
My Nose Turns Red

10500 Reading Rd Cincinnati, OH 45241
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Committee Member – Marketing/Events

Our boardCurrently, we have eight members. We meet bi-monthly.Three-year terms can be repeated twice. 
PositionDuring the pandemic, we have had to reduce capacity and move to online performances and fundraisers. We have two talented board members who have helped navigate the changes but we need someone who can work with our Facebook and Instagram issues.We are working to increase our email list numbers, followers, and friends to make sure that sponsorships are more attractive.
Desired skills
Event Management, Marketing
WhereSundays, 2-3:30 pm
Commitment3 to 5 hours/month
DonationWe strive for 100% board giving, but have no strict guidelines around financial contributions.
RequirementsGiving is required.Attendance is required.Knowledge of by-laws is required and history.
On-boardingBoard Responsibilities: 
  • To ensure MNTR’s mission and purpose
  • To set policies to ensure the success of the organization
  • To ensure adequate resources, commitment to give and get
  • To ensure effective financial and legal management.
  • To ensure strong board leadership – to make sure the board development is linked to the mission and vision of the organization
  • To avoid conflicts of interest
  • To be an advocate for the organization, to be able to speak about the organization
  • Assess the Board’s performance and review effectiveness in periodic retreats
We conduct two retreats a year, we just had a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access retreat.   
Additional InfoWe meet every other months
Our missionThrough the art of the theatrical clown and the one-ring circus, My Nose Turns Red cultivates a supportive environment that inspires youth to challenge themselves, develop essential life skills and engage audiences.
Arts & Culture, Children, Life Skills