Don’t miss out on these (and other) esteemed presenters!
Susan Ellis, EnergizeSusan J. Ellis is president of Energize, Inc., a training, consulting, and publishing firm that specializes in volunteerism. She founded the Philadelphia-based company in 1977 and since that time has assisted clients throughout the world (23 countries) to create or strengthen their volunteer corps. She has an international reputation as a passionate advocate for the power of volunteers and those who lead them.
Susan is the author or co-author of fourteen books (see below), several of which have been translated into Japanese, Taiwanese, French, and Italian. From 1981 to 1987 she was editor-in-chief of The Journal of Volunteer Administration. She has written more than 120 articles on volunteer management for dozens of publications; has posted a provocative “Hot Topic” essay on the Energize Web site monthly since 1997; and writes the national bi-monthly column, "On Volunteers," for The NonProfit Times (since 1990).
Dane Deutsch—“Leading with Character First”Dane Andrew Deutsch is the owner of three businesses (i.e.-Deutsch's Gymnastics, DCS Netlink IT company, and Leadership Management Development Center), military man, family man, Character Counts ambassador, and 2002 Wisconsin Republican of the year. Age 57, Dane is a candidate for state senate where he will bring the same integrity, honesty, and dependability that he has brought to his business and private life.
Emphasis on character has been such an important part of Dane’s philosophy of life that he became a national trainer and an ambassador for Character Counts, educational program. More information can be obtained from: www.charactercounts.org<http://www.charactercounts.org>.
Mary McCormack - Author, International Speaker, ConsultantShe has shown thousands of people and organizations how to successfully apply creative solutions to challenges involving leadership, fundraising, and best business practices. She is President and CEO of Mary McCormack Presentations. Also a member of Association for Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals (AHVRP), Mary has made great contributions to the Association, and has specialized in business and healthcare management for over 30 years
She is a regular presenter of Principals workshops for the American Hospital Association, who has recently published Mary's definitive book titled: JOINT COMMISSION CONSTANT READINESS: Recommendations for Volunteer Services.
In 2008, Mary presented at the World Association for Nongovernmental Organizations. at the World Congress held in Toronto, Canada.
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Wisconsin Association of Directors of Volunteer Services (WADVS) is a network of volunteer professionals dedicated to the enhancement of the profession, strengthening organizational support of volunteers and promoting best practice among volunteer managers.
WADVS is beneficial to everyone who is in a healthcare volunteer leadership role. Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to volunteer supervision, you will find that the Association and its members are a valuable resource.
WADVS has members from over 60 different medical organizations in the state of Wisconsin providing members the opportunity to learn what other programs are doing to achieve excellence in healthcare.
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