Bonnie Davis, Snowline’s Director of Workforce Development and Volunteer Services
has been recognized on a national level by the Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement (AL!VE)
Snowline is pleased to share that Bonnie Davis, Snowline’s Director of Workforce Development and Volunteer Services, has been recognized on a national level by the Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement (AL!VE) . Bonnie was 1 of 3 volunteer engagement professionals awarded the 2019 National Impact Award as an Emerging Leader in Volunteer Engagement in the United States. One of the few volunteer engagement professionals to hold the Certified Volunteer Administrator (CVA) credential locally, Bonnie was honored for her contribution to organizational mission and impact, commitment to building organizational capacity, her “out of the box thinking” regarding utilization and recognition of clinical volunteers and the innovative creation and design of programs. Bonnie was also recognized for her leadership and advocacy within the field of volunteer administration. She serves as a Board Member and the 2019-2020 Program Chair for Directors of Volunteers In Agencies (DOVIA) of Sacramento and also serves at a national level through the AL!VE Program and Advocacy Board Committee where she is a key player in shaping the organization’s advocacy policy and strategy throughout the United States.
Michael E Schmidt