Chapter Volunteer Opportunities
AFP-Maryland relies upon the talent of its board, committees and members to plan and produce educational programs and events, as well as roundtables, a mentoring program, and other professional development initiatives. Volunteering is a great way to network with colleagues, learn new skills and become more involved in your AFP chapter. We are always seeking talented individuals who can take on various tasks and leadership roles. The more volunteers we have, the better our chapter can meet the needs of members.
Join one of the fun and dynamic committees that power our chapter. Contact the Committee Chairs below to get involved today!
Communications: Have a flair for the creative? Skills in writing for websites and social media? Join this group of individuals to provide marketing and communications resources for the chapter.Communications Chair, Rebecca Teaff
Diversity: Ensure the AFP experience remains richly diverse and representative of our community and profession. Diversity Chair: James Wynn, CFRE
Fundraising Day: Do you have a passion for details, to-do lists and organizing? Help plan and execute the most visible event on the Chapter’s calendar for training and networking. An exciting day for hundreds of Maryland fundraisers. Fundraising Day Chair: Chris Knoerlein
Membership: Calling all social butterflies!! Have fun promoting the Chapter and our members. Mingle and strategize while meeting new people. Develop member programs, recruit new members, and help plan chapter happy hours. Membership Committee Co-Chairs: Caitlin Donati and Jeff Dubnow
Mentoring: Assist newcomers to the profession by offering the benefit of your experience as a mentor and sounding board. Mentoring Chair: Molly Dolan
National Philanthropy Day: Give back to donors who make so much possible for so many in Maryland and help plan our annual celebration of their generosity. Philanthropy Day Co-Chair: Nicole Natoli
Programs: Do you love to plan events and/or love to learn? Take charge of your professional advancement and be part of the team that maps the educational opportunities offered each year. Geannine Darby, CFRE
Roundtables: Create a community of professionals looking to build skills and share tips by managing one of our informal monthly discussions. Mandy Snyder