I first met Corina Sadler when I stopped in Plano Texas on a road trip and reconnected with my friend Robin, who had served as the director of Volunteers in Plano for decades. Robin was getting ready to retire and was very excited to introduce me to her protégé Corina. From the moment I met Corina I could see why Robin had connected us. Corina is a dynamo in the volunteer management sector. We’ve stayed in touch ever since and I love following her posts on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn has actually been a great tool for Corina to build her personal brand and professional network. She’s going to share her tips and stories with AmeriCorps members at the March Life After AmeriCorps workshop.
If you would like to get tickets for yourself, your members, or your alumni, you can purchase tickets individually for $35 each here. Reserve time on my calendar for a short chat if you have a large group and want to find out about a group pass.
Corina will discuss how having a strong digital presence has shaped her career including preventing burnout and charting a path for success in the new digital workplace. Learn tips for using social media to boost your resume and add value to your position. Corina’s avid use of LinkedIn networking coupled with a passion for promoting volunteer engagement allows her to create deep conversations within the sector. Discussions are happening around why volunteer managers should showcase our work in new ways and how to promote ourselves to new audiences online. Learn tips to take your experience and perspective to new heights by telling your professional story online.
Want to know more about Corina’s background and qualifications?
Corina Sadler, CVA is a Volunteer Resources Supervisor for the City of Plano, Texas’ “Volunteers in Plano” department and has worked in local government for the last 16 years. Corina and her team support staff in engaging up to 10,000 volunteers a year in city services. She enjoys providing volunteer management guidance to nonprofits and municipalities to empower the community through volunteerism. In 2019 Corina received a national IMPACT Award from the Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement (AL!VE) as an emerging leader displaying exemplary leadership in the field. Corina has been featured speaker at conferences, podcasts and webinars about volunteer engagement. She is a committee member of AL!VE, Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration, Engage journal, the Texas Volunteer Management Conference and is co-founder of the North Texas Volunteer Administrators in Government group. Ms. Sadler holds numerous certificates in the fields of volunteer and nonprofit management along with a B.S. in applied gerontology and nonprofit management from the University of North Texas and has been a CVA since 2012. Connect with Corina on LinkedIn or follow her on Instagram @CorinaInPlano