The Metropolitan Volunteer Management Association is a professional organization comprised of professionals who are employed in the field of volunteer management. Our membership is diverse and rich in information regarding all aspects volunteer program administration. We meet each month to discuss topics pertinent to our field and to share our experiences and expertise. Membership in MVMA ensures that members have access to tools and resources that enable them to successfully and proudly wear the many hats associated with their field: recruitment, retention, communication, budgeting, event management, public relations, training and technology utilization, to name only a few. MVMA member are well-equipped to lead their agencies and communities in the call to service and community enhancement.
Join us for our July Meeting!
Why is Diversity Really so Important?
Speaker: Reena Hajat Carroll from the Diversity Awareness Partnership
Prior to working with the Diversity Awareness Partnership, Reena was the Interim Executive Director of the Interfaith Partnership/Faith Beyond Walls. Carroll holds a Masters Degree in social work from Washington University’s George Warren Brown School of Social Work with an emphasis on social and economic development. Currently, she serves on several boards in the St. Louis community including Washington University’s Brown School of Social Work Alumni Board, Children’s Hospital Community Advisory Board, the Young Non-Profit Professional’s Advisory Board, the Living Insights Center, ALIVE Magazine Editorial Board and the Incarnate Word Foundation Board of Directors.
In addition to her formal board involvement, she serves on a host of task forces and awards committees. Prior to moving to St. Louis more than six years ago, she lived in Los Angeles and Chicago where she gained valuable experience working with youth and community organizations. Reena is the recipient of the St. Louis Business Journal’s Inclusive Leader Award, Bank of America’s Local Hero Award and the Brown School of Social Work’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Additionally, she is a graduate of the CORO Women in Leadership Program.
Date: Friday, July 18th, 2014 - 11:30-1:30 pm
Location: Habitat for Humanity St. Louis ReStore Des Peres, 2117 Sams Drive, Des Peres, MO 63131
Metropolitan Volunteer Management Association :: P.O. Box 31052 :: Saint Louis, MO 63131