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Governance

Information about KCUR's Federal Communications Commission license, Community Advisory Board, public financial documents and more.

KCUR’s Federal Communications Commission FM Broadcast Station License is held by the Curators of the University of Missouri. The Board of Curators is KCUR’s governing body. All information about the Board of Curators, including meeting notices and minutes, are found under “Meeting Center” here.

KCUR’s Community Advisory Board meets every calendar quarter at 8 a.m. at the station: 4825 Troost, Suite 202, Kansas City, Mo., 64110.

Community Advisory Board members

Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado
Kelly Anders
Kate Bender
Charlotte Kemper Black
Pete Browne (chair)
Laura Clark
Consuelo Cruz
Gabby Flores
Shelly Freeman
Ted Garcia
Shobana Gopal
Sheri Gonzales
Patricia Macdonald
Matt Olson
Wayne Powell
Shani Tate Ross
Sandra Stites
Sloane Simmons
Laura Wassmer

Ex-Officio

Sarah Morris
Jessie Poole
Anne Spenner

Effective March 1, 2018, KCUR’s public inspection files are posted on the Federal Communications Commission website.

Diversity Guidelines

KCUR is committed to ensuring that its workforce and community advisory board reflect the diversity found in the communities it serves. Central to KCUR’s mission, vision and values is maintaining a workplace environment that recognizes and celebrates the power of diversity.

KCUR strives to create and foster a supportive environment in which all individuals can be successful and reach his or her full potential within the organization.

KCUR seeks a diverse workforce and community advisory body through distinct personalities and capabilities of each individual within the group. On a personal level, the diversity of an individual is defined by his or her cultural and personal differences, as well as life and professional experiences.

KCUR believes that diversity considerations extend beyond race and gender. The spectrum of diversity also includes color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identify, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, status as a Vietnam era veteran, culture, education and socio-economic status.

KCUR, as a department of the University of Missouri–Kansas City, is an equal opportunity employer and will attempt to recruit a diverse work force and explicitly forbid discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability and marital status.

Financial documents

2022

2021

Previous financial reports are available upon request at the station.

Station Activities Survey

Digital

KCUR adheres to the Public Media Code of Integrity and has adopted NPR's Code of Ethics.