Are you hearing whispers of doubt? Do you think others will discover at any moment that you’re more of a fraud than a bona fide leader of volunteers? That’s the problem so many of us face no matter where we are in our careers. Join us to talk about building self-confidence as we face and fight imposter syndrome as volunteer directors, managers and coordinators. We will chat about this very common feeling, identify coping skills and figure out how to believe that we can be a great leader of volunteers!
Presenter: Susan Sanow, CVA, Senior Manager, Special Projects and Training, Volunteer Fairfax, Fairfax, VA
Speaker Bio: Susan Sanow, CVA, is the Senior Manager for Special Projects and Training at Volunteer Fairfax (Fairfax, Virginia) since 2011. She leads the volunteer management educational programming including webinars, roundtables, book clubs and the area’s Civic Circle Cohort. Susan is an experienced meeting facilitator and trainer in nonprofit management and volunteer management. She has presented educational programs in the local area, statewide conferences and at national meetings. Susan holds a B.S. in Consumer-Community Services from Michigan State University. She became a Certified Volunteer Administrator (CVA) in 2020 and joined the board of the Northern Virginia Association of Volunteer Administrators in 2021. In 2022, Susan was named an Exemplary Leader in Volunteer Engagement by the Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement (AL!VE).
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