Members of the ATHC Board of Trustees discuss theater plans, October 2016.

managing the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country

The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that relies on several organizational bodies and a small staff to keep everything running smoothly. Key elements include the ATHC Board of Trustees, the Campaign Cabinet, and the professional staff employed at the theater.

The ATHC Board of Trustees

The governing body of the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country is its Board of Trustees, consisting of up to 24 elected members serving staggered, three-year terms and a number of ex-officio members appointed by the Board. Officers of the Board include the Chairperson, two Vice-Chairs, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. The board meets monthly and on other occasions as needed.

To see the full roster of current members of the Board of Trustees, click on the image below.

Campaign Cabinet

The Campaign Cabinet is the distinct fundraising arm of the ATHC and consists of various individuals with deep ties to the local business and professional communities.  The Campaign Cabinet and its Chairperson, John Cooper, oversee the Campaign to Renovate and Restore the Appalachian Theatre.

To see the full roster of current members of the Campaign Cabinet, click RIGHT HERE.

Organizational chart of the Campaign to Renovate and Restore the Appalachian Theatre.