Board Service

Keoni Movement Arts Board Expectations
(Revised October 2016)

KMA Board Membership can provide many rewards to individuals who commit themselves to that duty. In return, KMA asks the following minimum requirements for all board members.

  • Attend a minimum of 4 of the 6  bi-monthly board meetings per fiscal year

  • Attend the annual Board of Directors meeting in person

  • "Give and Get" in Time, Talent and Treasure (suggested $500 - $1000 or more per annum) per fiscal year

  • If an upcoming board meeting agenda has important vote, attend or send proxy

  • Lead a committee or task force each fiscal year

  • During meetings, adhere to "Ground Rules," as follows:
       a) deep listening, hear each other
       b) come prepared, read advance info
       c) start / finish on-time, stick to minutes allocated
       d) moderate ... table as needed

  • Assist in preparations for annual recital/friend-raiser and attend the event in person

  • Assist in preparations for the annual volunteer appreciation event and attend the event in person to show support for our volunteer corps

  • Understanding that Board contributions of time are not limited to scheduled meeting times and be flexible to provide input and assistance for ad hoc request, some of which might be given on short notice

  • Understand that occasionally, an interim meeting may be called to discuss an important time sensitive topic and board members should endeavor to attend

  • Be responsive to KMA communications


Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant position provides organizational support by assisting the President and KMA Board with the essential duties associated with maintaining and developing programming.

Essential Functions:

  • Assist in handling communications with Board, prospective and existing clients, and outside service providers
  • Register students
  • Process scholarship applications
  • Collect and input data for bookkeeper
  • Plan and implement programming, including scheduling and tracking studio bookings
  • Research appropriate grant opportunities
  • Research potential clients
  • Assist in maintaining equipment
  • Assist in public relations, social media presence, and newsletter communications
  • Assist with supervising intern
  • Onboard employees and volunteers, including: ensuring applications, background checks, and trainings are completed; handling staff scheduling
  • Assist in processing donations
  • Handle additional administrative duties as they arise


  • Strong interest in developing nonprofit arts programs
  • Sensitivity to and interest in working with diverse communities
  • Excellent typing, computer and organizational skills
  • Complete application process, including a background check
  • College degree or equivalent 

Additional Information: Currently this position is budgeted for an average of 10 hours/week; hours are somewhat flexible and will increase over time.  Some work can be executed remotely. This opportunity is ideal for persons who are interested in gaining experience in nonprofit arts development. Interest in or experience with yoga, dance, and/or gymnastics preferred. Spanish or Chinese speaking a plus.

Salary Range: $12 - $15/hr., commensurate with experience

To apply, send a thoughtful cover letter with resume attached to Paul Keoni Chun at

Deadline to apply: Open until filled.