Using the Internet to support all volunteers - what does that look like & why it matters.
Jayne Cravens is an international consultant, researcher and trainer. Her work over more than three decades has been focused on communications, on volunteer involvement / community engagement, on #tech4good, and on management for nonprofits, NGOs, and government initiatives.
Jayne is a pioneer and expert regarding the research, promotion and practice of virtual volunteering, including high-impact programs, virtual teams, online mentoring, microvolunteering and crowdsourcing. Jayne the co-author of The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook, available as a traditional print book or digitally.
Jayne is a veteran manager of various local and international initiatives. She has worked extensively with multicultural audiences, corporate audiences, United Nations agencies, national and international agencies, international aid workers, low-income communities, and those who are traditionally socially-excluded. In all of her community and institutional development work, she has a demonstrated commitment to women's issues and mainstreaming gender considerations.
Jayne has a plethora of free resources on her website: http://coyotebroad.com/
GAVA will be giving out 2 paperback copies of The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook, which Jayne co-authored, to two randomly selected attendees of this presentation.