The Coast Community Radio Community Advisory Board (CAB) is a requirement of the grant funding we receive from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). The CAB is charged with taking a broad look at the Tillicum Foundation’s mission, determination of priorities and impact on the communities we serve, and provide feedback and advice to the Board of Directors.
CAB members will be appointed by the Board of Directors to serve one year (renewable) terms and can be selected to provide both geographic and demographic variety. The CAB will gather once or twice a year, or as needed, in sync with the Board of Directors’ annual review of the strategic plan and the beginning of the annual budget planning process.
The Board is currently seeking candidates for appointment to the CAB. We are seeking nominees who are active in their community and who are willing to devote some effort to understanding the Tillicum Foundation‘s mission, resources and limitations.
If you have questions please contact President Richard Dawson, Tillicum Foundation Board of Directors. email: firstname.lastname@example.org | 503.325.0010
Community Advisory Board Agenda – Meeting 10/20/2016
New Friday Public Affairs 9-9:30 AM- host- Joan Herman- Perspectives– interviews about local issues (rotating every other week with Time of Useful Consciousness)
Final Sunday AM line-up–
7-8 AM- Chamber Society of Lincoln Center (national show)
8-9 AM- Choral Gems (repeat of show aired Wed. 8AM KCPB)
9-Noon- Sunday Opera
Noon- 1 PM- Gospel Train
New Show report– Dead Friday!
TED Radio Hour (replaces Back Story) Saturdays 3 PM KCPB
Barbara Hansel- (former programmer)- Friday Coastal Classics– KCPB
Elizabeth Hayes- Sunday Opera– 1st Sunday of the month
Retta Christie- (former programmer)- Tuesday PM jazz rotation
Heather Douglas (former programmer)- Women’s Music
Chris Anderson- Nachtmusik
2 Hour Opera Show- Steve Forester & Brenda Penner
Radio class applications–
Amanda Fisher- Reggae, Sat. Night
Franscisco De La Torre- Reggae
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–Somewhere Over the Rainbow– Q Center Radio
Once a month program devoted to the interests of the Q community. Music mixed with short talk and discussion segments.
–Willapa Nature Notes – The Friends of the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge- Once a week 2-3 minute program on the natural history of the lower Columbia region.
–Health Issues – Naturopathic physician Allie Evans has conversations about health issues with various health and wellness professionals.
-Loving Our Animals– Aza Cody and guests discuss issues of interest to pet owners and animal welfare advocates.
Radio Class Application-
– Emily Johnson- Contemporary folk music
Review of new programs-
– Writers Mind with Matt Love
– Mad Coast Radio