The Hangar Flight Museum is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the voting membership of the Association at the Annual General Meeting. The Board, which can consist of up to 12 members, meets on a monthly basis. Each Board member can serve for two consecutive three year terms. The Board consists of several committees. The Board appoints the Executive Director for the management and operations of the Museum.
The Hangar Flight Museum Seeking Board Applicants
to fill current and upcoming board vacancies
The Hangar Flight Museum seeks to be a premier destination to explore, engage, and experience the transformational power of flight. We provide a rich understanding and appreciation of the evolution of flight by telling stories related to our historic collection that provide inspiration to current and future generations. The history of aviation is closely tied to Canada’s development as a nation and to Calgary’s development as a vibrant, international city. Our museum tells this history, expands and inspires visitors’ knowledge of the stories surrounding aviation’s role in immigration, oil and gas exploration, war and civilian pleasure travel. The Museum is a Civic Partner of The City of Calgary and a large part of our collection is owned by The City. We are honored to be entrusted by The City and others who have donated artifacts to us with the stewardship of our collection for the benefit of Calgarians and visitors from around the world. The Hangar Flight Museum is finalizing its next multi-year strategic plan and will soon be launching an exciting fundraising campaign.
Additional information is available at https://thehangarmuseum.ca
The Board is seeking forward-thinking, community-focused individuals from the Calgary area, who have an interest in Western Canada’s aviation history, and have strategic skills in either or combination of: Accounting and Finance; Fund Development and Fundraising; Law; and, Information Technology. In addition, experience in board governance, strategic planning, risk mitigation and an understanding of fiduciary obligations is important. Prior experience with museum boards is not required but would be an asset.
The Board meets 6-7 times a year with concurrent committee work. Board members are expected to participate in committee work and come to meetings prepared and ready to engage productively in respectful discussion and decision making.
The Hangar Flight Museum is an advocate for equity, diversity and inclusion. Applicants from visible minorities, women, Indigenous and disabled persons are welcome.
Please submit a letter expressing your interest and qualifications and a resume to:
Chair of the Board
The Hangar Flight Museum