How are Gen Z, Millennial, Generation X, Boomers and Traditional generation volunteers similar and different? In this session, you will learn how a better understanding of generational characteristics can help your organization be successful in recruiting and retaining volunteers from all generations. You’ll gain strategies for engaging individuals from each generation as volunteers and have an opportunity to share your experiences working with the different generations.
Polly Roach (she/her) – Polly is the Service Enterprise Program Manager at the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA), supporting a holistic change management process to help organizations strategically deploy volunteer talent to better achieve their social missions. Polly holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Minnesota.
Wendy Vang-Roberts (she/her) – Wendy is MAVA’s Training Manager. Wendy holds a Master of Public and Nonprofit Administration from Metropolitan State University and serves on the Antiracism Study Dialogue Circles (ASDIC) Metamorphosis Board of Directors and Marketing Committee.
About MAVA – The Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA) is a powerful force for leaders of volunteers across the state of Minnesota. Our vision is to be the premier statewide organization uniting, educating and advancing Minnesota communities through excellence in leadership of volunteers and best practices in organizational volunteerism. Learn more at www.mavanetwork.org.
Tuesday, April 27 | 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM