Board Position Details

TSG is looking for Governing and Advisory Board Members to help lead the growth of the organization. We are an up and coming not-for-profit dedicated to helping underserved kids find goodness and hope through arts programming. We have an immediate need for a governing board member who can make a significant impact in the growth of our organization. We are looking for the following skill sets:

We are looking to someone who is passionate about our mission. We look for those that have either worked for a similar cause in the past or that genuinely seem emotionally engaged with our mission.

Experience as a leader is critical since you will be responsible for governing our entire organization, along with experience to make wise choices.

A governing board member attends monthly meetings, is in charge of at least one committee or project, and attends student showcases. We require each board member to make a serious commitment to participate actively in the work of their committee.

Professional skills
We have a need for our governing board members to understand sophisticated legal, financial, or business issues.

Toughness & Collegiality
Our board members have to be ready to take on tough issues and work through conflicts, but they also need to be respectful and inspire collaboration.


  • Board Term: 3 year commitment, 6-8 hours per month
  • Financial Contribution: Board members are required to contribute financially.
  • Faith-based Organization: We are not a faith-based organization.
  • Skills: Finance, legal, marketing, education, art therapy, community activism, branding, design

About The Simple Good

The Simple Good is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to connect the meaning of good from around the world to empower at-risk youth to become positive activists through art and discussion. Through mindfulness and social emotional based art programming and public art projects, our mission is to transcend the message that no matter where you go in the world, good means the same to all of us and that is what connects us as human beings.

TSG integrates a global dialogue into an 8 week youth art program which increases competency on different perspectives of ‘good’ from around the world. Through this dialogue students are able to connect global perspectives with their own experiences which enables them to develop empathy toward others and awareness of a world beyond their own. In addition, students are provided tools through mindfulness and social emotional learning activities to create resilience toward their own adversity in order to channel it toward positive activism. The program ends with experiential learning where we take students outside of their communities to showcase their art and a larger platform to present on their meaning of ‘the simple good’ and voice their ideas of positive change for their community. This unique opportunity allows students to interact with individuals from within and outside of their communities and connect under a dialogue of goodness.