In addition to impacting the communities served by not-for-profits, the past two years have also disrupted several areas within NFP organizations: the workplace and staffing, mental wellness, volunteer recruitment and management, to name a few. Yet organizations, professionals, and volunteers will have to recover to be there for the various communities that they serve. This virtual live roundtable organized by Volunteer Ottawa is an opportunity to listen to specialists and participate in this discussion around recovery. Join Alice D’Abreu (inclusive workplace, human resources), Breanna Pizzuto (mental wellness), Lola Dubé-Quibell (public health and volunteering), and Adam Janes (volunteer recruitment and management), as they share some thoughts and ideas on the pathways toward recovering well.
When? Wednesday May 18th, 12 pm EDT.
Where? Live on Zoom.
Free event, registration required.
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About our panelists:
Alice D’Abreu is the Founder of Monday Morning Inc., a modern HR consultancy that supports SM businesses and non-profits in designing engaging people programs, building HR operations from the ground up, and providing custom HR solutions that work for their business, scale and people.
Lola Dubé-Quibell has over 30 years of experience in the sector which includes a long association with Volunteer Ottawa and many of Volunteer Ottawa’s members and related associations. She is currently Ottawa Public Health’s Coordinator of Volunteer Resources.
Breanna Pizzuto has degrees from the University of Ottawa in Health Sciences and Psychology. Breanna has experience working various jobs in the healthcare and social services fields, including addictions, supportive housing and crisis intervention, she started her business, Talk Tools, in 2018.
Adam Janes is a passionate not-for-profit leader with a heart for advocacy and community building. Adam currently is the Director of Program and Fund Development at Volunteer Ottawa.
Recovering Well: A Roundtable on the Pathways to Recovery for NFP Organizations and Professionals
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