Everyone is being expected to take advantage of data, no matter what their size, mission, or budget. Decision makers want organizations to use data to show their value beyond what the financials show. But it’s more than that. It’s also knowing what data is important and telling the story behind the data that really matters.
With limited resources, how do agencies partnering with volunteers choose an approach that combines the right mix of data and tools to provide insight relevant to your organization? And where is it going to come from?
This year’s Volunteer Management Hybrid Conference will focus on equipping leaders of volunteers with skills to determine what data is useful and how to tell impactful stories using different tools and technologies.
We are pleased to announce our speakers for this years Volunteer Management Hybrid Conference. Read on to learn more about this year’s speakers, and a few more updates:
Veronica Deally – Why Volunteers Deserve Their Own Annual Report
Adam Shilling – What’s In It For Them?” Persuading Leaders and Decisions Makers
Erin Spink – Positioning Yourself as the Expert and Communicating with Impact and Confidence
Tony Goodrow – The Relative Impact Model for Measuring the ROI of Volunteer Engagement
NVAVA is partnering with the Delaware Association of Volunteer Administrators, DAVA, and will be attending the conference virtually on Wednesday, October 19th from 9:00am-3:30pm EST.
This conference is included with NVAVA membership with no additional fees. Registrants will receive a link to access the conference a day before it starts. Learn more about the conference this year here: https://www.betterimpact.tv/vmhc/
Northern Virginia Association For Volunteer Administrations
PO Box 92
Fairfax, VA 22038