With over 25 years in education as a teacher and 6+ years in school administration, Julie Barry serves her community in many capacities. While her passion is to offer youth, experiences that are engaging, relevant and inspirational to their progression towards becoming responsible citizens, her position as Principal of Ruch Community School does not end there. Serving as President of the Medford/Alba Sister City Association and member of the United Way board, she involves herself in projects and initiatives that serve the greater community.
Julie has resided in Southern Oregon since the age of 10. She and her husband, John, spend many afternoons and weekends in and around the beautiful Rogue Valley with their grandchildren enjoying the beautiful natural resources and sharing the wonder that exists for all families in this area.
Julie’s Monday Session:
The Value of Volunteers: How to Recruit, Retain & Recognize
How is it different to recruit a Millennial volunteer from a Baby Boomer volunteer, and how can organizations attract Generation X volunteers? After your volunteers have signed up with your organization, how can you keep them around for years to come, and on the flip side, if they don’t work out, how do you fire a volunteer? What are some tried and true practices of recognizing your volunteers, and what are some that are a little more outside the box? Join our session to learn answers to these questions and more as this experienced panel shares their lessons with you.
Please join our expert panel as they share how to recruit, retain and recognize this essential part of your nonprofit.
Becky Snyder, Executive Director, Community Volunteer Network
Ashley Hughes, Program Manager, Teresa McCormick Center
Erin Deason Carpenter, Development and Media Manager, CASA of Jackson County
Julie Barry, Principal, Ruch Community School
Wenonoa Spivak, Deputy Director, CASA of Jackson County