Who Attended

Stephanie Johnson, Minnesota Twins
Sarah Richter, Ameriprise Financial, Inc.
Jane Shade, Community Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP)
Kelly Quicksell, Prepare + Prosper
Angie Swanson, Open Arms of Minnesota
Taylor Coffin, Land O'Lakes, Inc.
Matt Oquist, Luther Automotive Group
DeeDee Gorman, ECMC Group
Christine Page, Faegre Baker Daniels
Jamie Yanisch, Boston Scientific

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Seeing differences in today’s workforce and how they volunteer? If it feels like something has changed, it has!

Come discuss the latest trends and best practices when working with today’s volunteers.

We’ll look at generational differences, current data on what volunteers are looking for and best practices to
engage them. Come prepared to discuss your solutions and strategies.

Presenter Mary Quirk is currently the Executive Director of the Living at Home Network. From 2006-2015,
she was the volunteer resources leadership project manager and then the executive director of the Minnesota
Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA), managing MAVA’s statewide initiatives to increase training
and resources for leaders of volunteers. Previously, Mary directed Southeast Seniors, A Living at Home/Block
Nurse Program and Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly. She has a master’s degree from the Humphrey
Institute of Public Affairs and a master’s degree from the School of Public Health at the University of
Minnesota. She has had articles published in Nonprofit World and e-Volunteerism.

Presenter Terry Straub is the UMN Extension Master Gardener Program – Hennepin County Extension
Educator, working with over 500 volunteers and supporting their horticultural education efforts throughout the
county. Terry has worked as the director for the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of the Greater
Twin Cities, volunteer program manager for the former Minnesota Office of Citizenship and Volunteer Services
and the Minnesota AIDS Project. In addition to serving as board President of the Minnesota Association for
Volunteer Administration (MAVA), he is adjunct faculty for the University of St. Thomas’s Mini-MBA for
Nonprofit Organizations. Terry received his Certificate in Volunteer Management from Hamline University in

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Event Details
8:00am on Wednesday, April 24, 2019
10:00am on Wednesday, April 24, 2019

8:00-8:20am Check-in, breakfast, and networking
8:20-9:30 Program: Volunteer Trends Across the Generations
9:30-9:50 Q&A with presenters
9:50 -10:00 Wrap up

Rudy Luther Toyota
8805 Wayzata Blvd
55426 Golden Valley , MN
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