Session 5C - Volunteer Management 101

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
11:05 a.m. - 12:05 p.m. 

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This workshop will present lessons learned from volunteer management at two major on-campus events at Kent State University: a concert featuring Sheryl Crow, O.A.R. and Los Lonely Boys, and a sold out lecture by Elie Wiesel, a noted Holocaust survivor and author. Participants will learn how to identify what volunteers are needed, where to find them, and how to prepare them for their roles, and other important details.

Expertise Level: Suitable for all levels
Shop Size: Large Shop (11+ staff)
Subject Focus: Volunteers

Speaker Bio: Scott McKinney
Scott McKinney joined Kent State University in 2008, and is currently the director of stewardship and fund administration. In this role, he is responsible for sharing the impact of donations with donors. This includes donor recognition programs and linking donors with student scholarship recipients. He also collaborates with the Office of Student Financial Aid, the Kent State University Foundation, and departments throughout the university to ensure endowment funds are effectively used.

Speaker Bio: Patty Bujorian
Patty Bujorian started at Kent State University in March 2003. She has experience working in the Human Resources Department, Office of the University Architect, College of Business and has been with Donor Services for the past two years. During her tenure at KSU, she has planned and organized multiple on and off campus events for students, staff, donors and alumni, collaborating with various university departments and outside organizations.