baltimore Buildings
baltimore Buildings
baltimore Buildings
20NTC Session Proposal

Better Together: Tech Tips and Tools for Volunteer Management


How can technology fit best with volunteer initiatives? This presentation showcases an overview of current possibilities, working with distributed teams, growing and nurturing your community of volunteers, as well as encouraging you to experiment and adapt new ways of building your volunteer systems.  Get examples from across the volunteer world, join small and large group discussions, and learn more about free and low-cost tech tools to train, onboard, and reinforce volunteers’ connection to your organization.

Learning Outcomes

  • Integrate new tech tools into existing workflows
  • Strengthen volunteers’ connection to your organization and cause
  • Explore free and low-cost tech tools


Social MediaWorkshop


Liza Dyer

Volunteer Services Program Coordinator

Multnomah County Library

Liza J. Dyer, CVA, has been working and volunteering in the nonprofit and public sectors for more than 15 years. She is currently a Volunteer Services Program Coordinator at Multnomah County Library, a public library system in Portland, Oregon which engages over 2,000 community members as library volunteers each year. Liza has previously worked in museums and science centers where she taught people about science, led teams of citizen scientists, and talked about whales (almost) every day. When not at work, Liza can be found knitting, reading, exploring, and volunteering in the community. She is proud to be an AmeriCorps alum and Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA). Pronouns: she/her/hers

Jeanne Allen

Trainer & Consultant

Jeanne Allen Consulting

Jeanne Allen is a consultant with nonprofits (Jeanne Allen Consulting) focusing on Leadership, Innovation and Strategy. She loves her volunteer role as an organizer for NCTech4Good, the local club that brings technology ideas together for social good in Raleigh-Durham Triangle (NC), allowing local nonprofits to explore technology, and other ways to capture innovation. Jeanne teaches in the Duke University Nonprofit Mgt Certificate program, offering courses in Board Development and Governance, Volunteer Engagement and Strategic Planning. Her favorite part of nonprofits is how the work with volunteers and build their community of supporters.

You must be
logged in to add favorites





March 14, 2019


10:30am – 11:45am



CFRE Credits

NFR - 1.25

Collaborative Notes

Click here

Session Evaluation

Click here