Flynn Center for Perfoming Arts Board of Directors Member

Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Ltd.
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Organization Description
The Flynn Center is a non-profit organization with the mission of encouraging the enjoyment, understanding, and development of the performing arts in Vermont through diverse and engaging artistic experiences. Its facilities include a restored 1930 Art Deco theater that seats 1400 people, a more intimate “black box” theater, and studio space for classes. In addition to bringing world-class performers to Burlington, the Flynn offers classes ranging from youth theater camps to movement classes for the Parkinson’s community. The Flynn has produced the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival for 39 years.
Organization's Approach to Diversity, Equity, Belonging, & Inclusion

"The Flynn is committed to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA)—including race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and physical ability—and we are cognizant of the fact that the organization needs to do more to address these topics. Our team does not yet reflect the full range of the people who live in our community and we must do better.

Transparency and accountability are essential to this work. This space is dedicated to communicating our EDIA goals and our progress. We will post a running log of our efforts, communicating clearly and honestly how we are doing, what work is ongoing, the concrete steps we are taking, and what we are trying to achieve."

Board Terms and Term Limits
All board members are asked to take an active role on at least one Board committee as well as make financial contributions each year (no set minimum of level of financial commitment)
Frequency & Duration of Board Meetings
Two hour meetings every other month
Stipends for Board Membership
If Interested, Send Letter of Interest to the Following Point of Contact:
Paul Ode
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