KMFA has enjoyed the support of the Central Texas community since 1967. As a listener-supported classical music resource, KMFA is committed to ensuring that its workforce, management, governing board and advisory boards reflect the diversity of the community it serves. KMFA believes that diversity considerations in the community include not only gender and race, but also age, disability, culture, education, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.
Currently minorities make up 20% of the KMFA staff, two in top management positions. Two other members of the top management team are female, while a third, minority female is a part-time announcer responsible for community coverage and education.
In the past three years, KMFA has undertaken diversity initiatives in its community outreach, adding a key minority cultural leader and several millennials to its community advisory board. Qualified diversity candidates were interviewed, and one hired, for four senior leadership openings. Management has also participated in minority and student job fairs.
For the coming year, the KMFA board chair has defined greater board diversity as a key priority, and through its nominating committee process has begun to identify a slate of diverse candidates for membership in the coming year.
KMFA management will continue to recruit and retain a diverse workforce that is representative of our service area, will provide equal opportunity in employment, and will offer ongoing diversity training for appropriate staff. We will also seek to expand our reach into traditionally underserved communities by recruiting additional minority members for the community advisory board.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Policy & Reports
Classical 89.5, KMFA is licensed to the Board of Directors of Capitol Broadcasting Association, Inc. and is an equal opportunity employer. As such, KMFA is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability. In addition, KMFA complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws governing non-discrimination. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, decisions related to hiring, promotion, termination, compensation, and training.
According to the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, all broadcast stations must maintain in their public file and on their web site (if they have one) a report concerning their compliance with the FCC’s policy on Equal Employment Opportunities.
Groups and organizations wishing to be put on the mailing list for notification
of full-time vacancies should contact the station in writing as follows:
Classical 89.5, KMFA
3001 N. Lamar, Suite 100
Austin, TX 78705
I hereby certify that the above information is true and complete, to the best of my knowledge.
Ann Hume Wilson
April 1, 2013
Click the link below for copies of KMFA’s annual EEO Public
2013 EEO Public File Report