We all face sticky situations involving volunteers where the "right thing to do" is not obvious. This session will provide participants with an overview of ethical core values and principles which apply to volunteer engagement. We’ll also review a decision-making process for navigating real-life ethical dilemmas on the job, as well as tips on how to incorporate ethics into the fabric of your organization. Content is based on the "Professional Ethics in Volunteer Administration" material developed by the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA)
Presenter: Katherine H. Campbell, CVA
Katherine H. Campbell, CVA, has worked in the field of nonprofit and volunteer management for over 30 years as practitioner, trainer, author, and leader. Her career began in 1973 at the Philadelphia Family Court where she helped develop an extensive volunteer program. For 14 years she worked at the Virginia Office of Volunteerism, eventually becoming director. From 1997 to 2003 she served as executive director of the international Association for Volunteer Administration (AVA). From 2006-2016 Katie served as Executive Director of the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA), managing professional credentialing programs for leaders of volunteers. She has taught at several Virginia colleges, and holds the Certified in Volunteer Administration credential. Katie is currently working part-time as an independent consultant and manages the local Service Enterprise program in Richmond, Virginia.
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Northern Virginia Association For Volunteer Administrations
PO Box 92
Fairfax, VA 22038