Minnesota Brass Board of Directors
Thank you for your interest in serving on the Minnesota Brass Board of Directors! The board is responsible for the long-term health and vision of Minnesota Brass. Membership on the board requires a commitment to attend monthly meetings, serve on projects/committees between meetings and regular attendance at ensemble performances and rehearsals. Board members are expected to be actively engaged in the fundraising needs of the organization by both supporting revenue generating programs and making a financial contribution at a level that is personally meaningful.

Ideal candidates will possess:
- A passion for Minnesota Brass and all of its ensembles
- A strategic mindset, focusing on the long-term success and health of the organization as a whole
- A commitment to advocate for Minnesota Brass and the marching arts generally within your network

After we receive your application, you will be contacted via email. You may be invited to participate in a conversation with current board members regarding moving your candidacy forward. You may contact Eric Molho at any time with questions about this application, the selection process or your candidacy: eric@mnbrass.org

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Tell us about your relationship with Minnesota Brass. How did you hear about and/or how have you been associated with the organization?
Please list your experiences and skills in these areas that you would like to share with Minnesota Brass. Examples may include: education, employment, networking relationships, fundraising, other drum corps or musical organizations you’ve been a part of, other boards you’ve served on, or something else:
Minnesota Brass is currently undergoing significant leadership and programming transitions. What do you see as the organization's top priorities for the next three years?
Do you have any other specific ideas, visions or perspectives that you bring to our organization?
Please share two or three professional references (names, emails and phone numbers) who can speak to your ability to fulfill commitments and what you might bring to the organization
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