Meet our new Board Members!
Beth Whitmire, AL!VE Board President:
Beth is the Director of Volunteer Services at Give Kids the World in Orlando, Florida where she connects over 1600 volunteers weekly to provide a meaningful experience for children with life threatening illnesses and their families. She has previous experience managing large scale volunteer programs for the Super Bowl, the Salt Lake City Olympics, and the World Cup. Her skills are connections and partnerships, large scale events, networking, and event planning.
Jason Frenzel, AL!VE Board President-Elect:
Jason is working for the Huron River Watershed Council and strives to improve volunteerism and environmental involvement of our society. He has overseen outreach and education efforts throughout Ann Arbor and surrounding communities. He represents AL!VE members
in the Midwest Region. His specialties are as a Volunteer Management mentor, Community Relations and Engagement activities, purchasing, and IT liason.
Emilie Bromet-Bauer, CVA
Emilie Bromet-Bauer, CVA has worked in the field of volunteer management
for over 25 years, developing and managing volunteer programs in a variety
of industries, including the military, social service, healthcare, and
homeless organizations, and higher education. Most recently, she was the
Senior Manager of Docent Programs for the California Academy of Sciences in
San Francisco. She earned her Certificate in Volunteer Administration in
2007 and renewed it in 2013. In 2014, Emilie earned a Masters in Human
Science with a masters project entitled “A Model of Transformative
Volunteer Management”. She was a founding board member of AL!VE, serving
two terms; and she continues to be involved with AL!VE committees. Emilie
has published about advocacy in volunteer management, and has developed and
facilitated workshops on volunteer management, service-learning, and
advocacy for local and national conferences.
Teri-Gene Conlin, CVA
Teri-Gene began working as a Volunteer Coordinator at WPBS-DT in Watertown,
NY. Her position was combined with the Education Services Manager position
at the station to create the Outreach Manager position. After many years
in that position, her husband retired from the US Army and in 2014 took a
position in Eau Claire WI with Mayo Clinic. Teri-Gene now works as the
Volunteer Coordinator for the City of Eau Claire. She is President-Elect
of the Chippewa Valley Volunteer Coordinators Association and Secretary for
the Wisconsin Volunteer Coordinators Association as well as 2016 Conference
Chair/2017 Conference Co-Chair and is also part of the Membership
Committee. In 2015, Teri-Gene received her Cerification in Volunteer
Administration(CVA) through the Council for Certification in Volunteer