“An advisory board is a group of people, often experts in a particular profession or area of business, who provide advice to businesses and nonprofits. They have no legal or governing authority, making suggestions to those who do. Serving on a board of directors of a professional association or nonprofit is an excellent way to boost your professional profile, and advisory board service can help you get your foot in the door to a board position”.
The SA Baseball Show’s advisory panel would be made up of people who reside in South Australia and are connected to baseball in South Australia and feel they could contribute to the SA Baseball Show, by offering advice club contacts to assist with the organising of interviews and ideas and suggestions on segments for the show to be the eyes and ears in the local baseball community in South Australia. Looking for people who have experience with baseball especially in South Australia and who would like to be regular guests or who could suggest the best people to have on the show and who they think would do a great job promoting the game of baseball in South Australia.Helping the presenters and the producers to make better decisions about how to proceed. Looking for approximately six people to sit on an advisory panel to help guide the editorial direction of the Show. Along with sitting on the panel we are looking for the people to be ambassadors for the SA Baseball Show. Looking for people who might have skills in marketing, fundraising and to help the producers and production crew meet its mission of promoting the great game of baseball to a broader audience in South Australia and beyond.
Individual board members have roles that include setting goals for and overseeing the organization’s finances, marketing, meetings, fundraising, website, member recruitment and retention and sponsorship recruitment. The Advisory panel will work with the producers and production members before they take action and provide feedback before and after production takes place. The producers looking for information for the SA Baseball Show’s website will solicit advice about content from its advisory panel, run its proposed annual editorial calendar by the panel, ask for suggestions about expert guests, share articles for review and comment before production and publication in our monthly online sports & fitness magazine The GOAL and ask for feedback on each issue of the magazine or the online content.The advisory panel to meet with a department or committee head to help plan the organization’s annual meeting, review budgets, provide feedback on each week’s episode or help with fundraising.