Improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities
11th Annual VAMM Conference--presented by Volunteer Administrators of Midcoast Maine
Are you ready to learn how to be an extraordinary leader? Volunteer administrators are constantly leading! But we all can learn to do better.
Why should you attend?
You will walk away from the day with a new understanding of yourself and the confidence to lead others. In the day’s workshops, you will:
- Tap into what fulfills you to become empowered to do great things
- Discover how to use your unique story and what inspires you to inspire others
- Claim your leadership voice
Cheryl Miller, Senior Program Director at the Maine Development Foundation, and Carol Taylor, Interim Program Director at the Maine Development Foundation, will guide us toward being the best we can be.
Please register online if you want to pay by credit card via PayPal. If you want to pay by check, please contact Millie Stewart, Mid Coast Hospital, at 373-6510 or Angie Buxton, United Way of Mid Coast Maine, at 443-9752, for more information.
8:00 Registration, Breakfast, Networking
9:00 Keynote Address: "Being the Best that You Can Be"
10:00 "Finding the Power of Your Voice"
3 Workshops throughout the day
- Sharing Your Story: Engaging Others
- Gracefully Pushing Against Convention
- Stepping into Leadership, now and in the future
1:00 Workshops continue
3:00 Closing remarks
Cheryl is a Senior Program Director at Maine Development Foundation. Joining the Foundation in 2000, she directs Leadership Maine, Policy Leaders Academy, and is responsible for membership and fund raising at MDF.
With more than 30 years of nonprofit experience, she has directed both large and small nonprofits, and runs a small business. Since moving to Maine in 1988 she has worked as director of volunteer services for CMMC in Lewiston, and is past executive director of the National Kidney Foundation of Maine.
Carol Taylor is a coach and consultant and the founder of the Institute for a Created Future, an organization that forwards ideas and empowers individuals and organizations to bring about profound and sustainable transformation in the world.
She is currently consulting with the Maine Development Foundation, temporarily directing the Maine Employers’ Initiative, Next Step Maine, and Education Leaders Experience programs. Carol maintains a one-on-one coaching practice and provides training, consulting and support to organizations in New England.
Resource Table: Please bring information to share about your agencies or other volunteer materials for the Resource Table.
Conference Site is fully accessible. Please use the Special Events entrance. Information available in other formats, upon request.
Our Conference is supported in part by a Volunteer Generation Fund grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service and the Maine Commission for Community Service.
16 Museum Street
Rockland, ME 04841
|Conference fee (includes materials, breakfast, and lunch)||$ 40.00|