'Issues' episode 4: Helping to close the resource gap widened by COVID-19

Bryan Roche, communications officer

decorative graphic featuring portraits of four individualsBuilding off the discussion around the COVID-19 impact on Maine volunteerism survey, this month's episode of "Issues" centers around strategies to help volunteer leaders close the resource gap widened by the pandemic. Four presenters appearing at the 2021 Maine Volunteer Leadership Conference, to be held Oct. 12, discuss the resource gap and preview their respective sessions.

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Guests include, in order of appearance: 

  1. Keynote speaker T.J. Holloway, President, The Holloway Group LLC
  2. Alina Wright, Individual Assistance Officer at the Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)
  3. Margaret Brownlee, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer at the Maine College of Art and Design
  4. Jared McCannell, Certified Volunteer Administrator and of Penobscot Bay Language School

"Issues" is a new monthly series, produced by Volunteer Maine, that explores through conversation how Maine volunteers and National Service members are tackling some of the most important issues facing the state.

Watch the full episode below

Watch the individual interviews below

T.J. Holloway

Alina Wright

Margaret Brownlee

Jared McCannell

Training and Professional Development
Volunteer Leadership