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Zeb Lee

AmeriCorps, YWCA BCBL

Anne Owens

Executive Director, Volunteer Center of Story County

April Wennerstrom

Director, Training, KAB

Kay Gates

Training Specialist-Volunteers, Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland

Maya Cross

Coordinator, Civic Innovation, Points of Light

Mary Friend

Volunteer Resources Manager, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana

Todd Edwards

Volunteer Management & Tour Coordinator, Henry Plant Museum

VQ Volunteer Strategies is a leading provider of high-impact volunteer engagement solutions designed to help organizations raise their VQ – or volunteer quotient. Volunteer Quotient is an organization’s ability to leverage volunteer talent to increase its impact. Through training, coaching, consulting, and assessments, we help organizations maximize existing resources, unlock their potential, and achieve mission by integrating volunteer engagement as a core strategy.
Rachel Holmes

Program Director, Teen Action and Support Center

Dawn Himelright

Sr. Recruitment Specialist, American Red Cross

Daniel Weeden

Founder, USG1inc

Jeremy Foreman

Principal Strategist & CEO, Doing Good Business

being the change, daily. Former Hands On Atlanta volunteer, HandsOn Georgia affiliate director, and Points of Light Digital/HandsOn Connect training and support manager. Incubating CivicLA.
Julienne Springer

Volunteer Services Manager, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Volunteer Administrator
Curt Luthye

Volunteer , American Red Cross

Kymberlaine Banks

Business Engagement Officer,

Katrina Bettis

Director of Volunteer Engagement, YMCA of Greater Seattle

Peter P Jesella

Retired, Vietnam-era US Air Force Veteran

OK I am Viet-era Vet who joined USAF to avoid being drafted into Army, {after values choice thinking}. In 1979 learned of bill in Congress that would move 18th Birthdayday signup for draft to 17, for all youth, 1-year talk on #CivicEducation, & inspire them to do some volunteer service like @AmeriCorps/Military, or unpaid non-profit volunteerism. In USAF in 73, gas lines Yom Kipper War, made me realize US needed Youth Energy Corps, 79 could make it happen. For 40 years I have asked experts why not, 99.9% silence is reply, unclear why, after 9/11 started getting pics, 07 Time Mag did cover page on question of Natl. Service. OK? Last, in 2016 Sen. McCain got Congress to fund @Inspire2ServeUS review of @SSS_gov function, shared above info with them, got silence. H.R. 3464 is bill to expand @AmeriCorps , has 187 House Dem. cosponsors, but no hearings planned. Also, it talks about info to youth at 17th Birthday