Managing Your Volunteer Talent

The next DOVIA-LA meeting is Fri. Mar. 15, 9:30 am – 12 pm at the Braille Institute, 741 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles.

Managing people is an art.  Learn how Human Resources can be a strategic partner in management fundamentals such as recruitment, strategic planning, and supervision to better serve your volunteers and their supervisors. Ally HR and Volunteer Services and break down silos to align policies and procedures, collaborate on strategic objectives and share information to serve the overall talent of your agency.  Unite to manage your agency’s talent successfully, whether they receive a pay check or not!

When: Friday, March 15, 2013, 9:30am to Noon
Continental breakfast provided

Where: Braille Institute, 741 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90029

Fee: Members: Free
Non-members: $20 (cash or check to DOVIA-LA)

RSVP: doviala@gmail.com by Wednesday, March 13

Free underground parking can be accessed off of New Hampshire Street located behind Braille Institute

Speaker: Megan Vixie, MPA, CVA, PHR, Sr. Manager, Talent and Engagement, Beach Cities Health District

Megan Vixie has worked in the field of volunteer management for the past eight years. Through her leadership at Beach Cities Health District, Volunteer Services now hosts over 600 volunteers annually in more than 20 various programs. In 2009, she led her team in merging Volunteer Services with Human Resources in order to streamline volunteer processes, creating more efficiency and support for volunteer programs. Megan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with an emphasis in Non Profit Administration. She holds a Certification in Volunteer Administration (CVA) and most recently, Megan received her certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).

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