Volunteer Central hires new Executive Director
Jun 20, 2016
(Red Deer, AB) Volunteer Central is pleased to announce that Pam Snowdon has joined the organization as Executive Director.
“The Volunteer Central Board of Directors is excited to welcome Pam to our organization as we head into our next phase of growth,” said Jennifer Blair, Board Chair for Volunteer Central.
“With Pam’s experience, skills, and positive attitude, Volunteer Central can continue working toward a central Alberta where everybody volunteers.”
Pam joins Volunteer Central with a wealth of knowledge in non-profit management, fund development, communications, and strategic planning, which she developed throughout her extensive career working in the non-profit sector, most recently at the David Thompson Health Trust.
“Pam has the expertise and experience to help us grow volunteerism in Red Deer and beyond, but more importantly, she shares our belief that volunteerism is central to our community,” said Blair.
“As central Alberta readies for the 2019 Canada Winter Games and other major volunteer-based events, we too need to be ready to support volunteers and non-profit organizations across the region. And Pam is the right person to do lead us in that.”
Volunteer Central would like to thank outgoing Executive Director Tammy Oliver-McCurdie for her dedicated service, and looks forward to continuing working with Tammy as a member of the Volunteer Central Board of Directors.
“Tammy has worked hard over the past year to elevate Volunteer Central’s profile across central Alberta, and we couldn’t be more excited for her as she grows her business, Lockdown Escape Rooms,” said Blair.
“While we’re sad to see Tammy leave us as our Executive Director, we’re excited that she’ll be bringing her skills and experience to our Board of Directors.”
As central Alberta’s volunteer centre, Volunteer Central promotes and encourages volunteerism in Red Deer and beyond, by connecting volunteers, non-profit organizations, and businesses to create successful volunteer relationships across central Alberta.