Blaine House Conference on Service and Volunteerism
Leaders and staff of volunteer programs, service-learning educators, corporate employee volunteer coordinators, municipal and county officials, funders of nonprofit agencies, National Service leadership and members, anyone seeking to make communities stronger by engaging citizens in service!
Kristen Cambell, Chief Program Officer
National Conference on Citizenship
NCOC has monitored the civic health of American communities since its founding in 1953. Through research, it identified the indicators of civic health -- those traits that distinguish thriving and resilient communities. Ms Cambell will discuss the intersection of civic health, civic engagement and volunteering, and some critical economic issues.
Thank You, Conference Sponsors!
2013 Conference Planning Committee
- Janice Daku, Western Maine Community Action and Maine Commission for Community Service
- David Wihry, UMaine Center on Aging and Maine Commission for Community Service
- Susan Austin, Unum and Maine Commission for Community Service
- Megan Arzberger, York County DOVIA (United Way of York County)
- Casey Smith, Portland Associaion of Volunteer Administrators (United Way of Greater Portland)
- Maryalice Crofton, Executive Director, Maine Commission for Community Service
- Suzanne Hand, Girl Scouts of Maine
- Lisa Suarez, Neighbors Care Volunteer Center Advisory Council (Washington County)
- Erin Vinson, Penobscot County Volunteer Administrators
- Tamara Whitmore, Friends of Cobbossee Watershed