Volunteer Management Lessons Learned in 2021: Working around COVID Restrictions and how to Plan Moving Forward

  • 26 Oct 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Zoom Virtual Meeting

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    Volunteer Management Lessons Learned in 2021: Working around COVID Restrictions and how to Plan Moving Forward.


    DaVida Lee-Williams 

    Director, Guest & Volunteer Services 

    Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University

    DaVida Lee-Williams has served as a volunteer manager for over 23 years.  She began her career in nonprofit as an AmeriCorps member and Team Leader with Hands On Atlanta. 

    After serving 2 years in AmeriCorps, she continued with Hands On Atlanta as a recruiter for its AmeriCorps program and literacy program to eventually managing a team of recruiters responsible for the overall volunteer recruitment and retention for the organization’s programs and special events, annually recruiting over 30,000 individuals. 

    Currently, Mrs. Lee-Williams serves as the Director of Guest & Volunteer Services for Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University where, for the past 13 years, she has grown the volunteer program from 12 individuals to a corps of over 450 consistent and committed volunteers throughout the organization's 6 outpatient locations, along with the duties of leading the organization’s patient relations,  Patient & Family Advisory Board, Arts In Health program, and the volunteer recruitment of its annual Winship 5k race/walk. 

    Recently, she was selected to serve as a member of the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council for Emory Healthcare’s Physician Group Practices.


    Kelly Crosby

    Volunteer Coordinator

    National Center for Civil and Human Rights

    Kelly Crosby is a fine artist and the volunteer coordinator for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. 

    She is also an arts administrator and mural artist for the non-profit organization, the Inner-City Muslim Action Network.