Board of Trustees
KHSU is licensed to Humboldt State University (HSU) - an institution in the California State University (CSU) system. Information about the CSU Board of Trustees a list of members can be found at: http://www.calstate.edu/BOT/
Community Advisory Board
KHSU's Community Advisory Board (CAB) is a self-governed cohort of listeners representing the interests of communities throughout our broadcast area and serving as an extra set of "eyes and ears" for the station. They provide management and staff with feedback on programming, policies, community outreach, and a variety of other issues, as well as helping to establish station priorities.
Information about the CAB and a list of members can be found here.
Meetings of the Board of Trustees and Community Advisory Board are open to the public. Information about the dates, times and places of the meetings of these bodies can be found by clicking on the respective links above.
The KHSU General Manager (GM) is the Executive in charge of KHSU. Contact information for the GM, as well as other KHSU staff can be found at at: Staff Directory
Audited Financial Statements and Annual Financial Report
KHSU's most recent audited financial statements, and other financial information about KHSU, can be found here. Finances.
KHSU also submits an Annual Financial Report to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. This report can be found here.
KHSU adheres to federal law regarding workforce diversity goals articulated in the Federal Communications Commission regulations on Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) as stated in 47CFR § 73.2080: "Equal opportunity in employment shall be afforded by all licensees or permittees of commercially or non-commercially operated AM, FM, TV, Class A TV or international broadcast stations (as defined in this part) to all qualified persons, and no person shall be discriminated against in employment by such stations because of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex."
In addition, KHSU is licensed to Humboldt State University (HSU) and follows the policies and guidelines of the university, including the university's commitment to diversity. HSU has a longstanding commitment to institutionalizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all areas of its work, including KHSU.
HSU affirms and protects the rights of students, employees and the public to seek and obtain the services of the University without discrimination. No employee, student or member of the public shall, on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, disability, veteran status or national or ethnic origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be otherwise subjected to unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, under any program of the University.
Furthermore, as a department of HSU, KHSU participates in the HSU Campus Diversity Plan 2013+. This campus-wide diversity plan provides the mechanism for benchmarking and evaluating success in meeting the university stated goals relative to diversity.
Additional information about HSU diversity programs and activities can be found at:
KHSU reflects a high level of diversity in its staffing and programming. KHSU employees, interns and volunteers are gender-diverse and include persons that are of African-American, Native American, Hispanic and Asian descent. KHSU also produces local public affairs programming focused on women's issues and LGBT concerns, and music programs that feature music from the African-American tradition, various world music traditions, and a bi-lingual Hispanic music program.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board also values diversity, equality and inclusion in its membership. Equal opportunity in CAB membership shall be afforded to all qualified persons, and no person shall be discriminated against. The CAB will strive for its members to reflect diversity in such areas as; age, gender, sexual orientation, race, culture, ethnicity, profession, and artistic expression, among others. (Ref: CAB Bylaws: Article III, Section A - 1 [downloads pdf]).
Annual Local Content and Services Report
KHSU provides an annual Local Content and Services Report to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The most recent report can be read above or accessed at the following link: Local Content Report
IRS Form 990 (or equivalent) Compensation Information
KHSU is a department within the Division of University Advancement of HSU, an institution in the CSU system, which is a public university system of the state of California. As a public institution, KHSU is not required to file an IRS 990. The following compensation information is equivalent to what would be included on a KHSU 990:
KHSU has no key employees who earn reportable compensation greater than $150,000, and no employees who earn reportable compensation greater than $100,000.
KHSU has engaged no independent contractors who were compensated more than $100,000.