October 2017
Buzzing about Practical and Thoughtful Volunteer Management Resources
Volunteer Management  Book Authors
Also Write for e-Volunteerism
The October release of the newest issue of  e-Volunteerism: The Electronic Journal of the Volunteer Community marks the beginning of the quarterly's 18th volume yearWe're proud of reaching this milestone, so we are focusing this month's Book Buzz on some of the authors of books in our Online Bookstore who have also shared their insights in e-VolunteerismOver the years, 22 different bookstore authors have written for our journal. We're giving you a sample below. If you value their books, you should not miss their articles.  

e-Volunteerism is supported via subscription-based access. Those of you who are already subscribers can click on any article title below, log in, and start reading. If you've been considering a subscription, but want to test the waters, we offer a 48-hour trial for only US$10 - and you can read as much as you want in that time. A full year is only US$45 for individuals, with many different subscription options for groups, academic classes, and more. All subscription options allow you to read the entire Archive of articles from the past 17 years! 
 Book Authors Writing for e-Volunteerism
Carol Weisman
President of BoardBuilders.com
Carol Weisman is an internationally known speaker, author, trainer, and consultant. Carol specializes in volunteerism, fund-raising and governance.

Carol's  e-Volunteerism Article

 Carol's Books in Our Store

Ivan H. Scheier
American pioneer in the field of volunteerism
Ivan Scheier passed away in 2008. In the 25 years before his death, he was a cutting-edge thinker in the field of volunteerism. In the 1960s, he was one  of the founders of The National Information Center on Volunteerism.

 Ivan's Books in Our Store

Meridian Swift
Volunteer Manager and Volunteer Management Blogger
Meridian Swift, a volunteer manager since 1995, holds the CVA credential, muses on her blog, Volunteerplaintalk.com, and posts on her Pinterest board, Volunteer Management Talk.

Meridian's Book in Our Store 

Betty Stallings
President of Building Better Skills
Betty Stallings is an international trainer, consultant, prolific author and keynote speaker, specializing in volunteerism, nonprofit fundraising, board development and leadership. Betty served for 12 years as the volunteer editor/designer in charge of the "Training Designs" feature section in e-Volunteerism.

Betty's Books in Our Store 

Thomas W. McKee
President of VolunteerPower.com 
Tom has over 45 years of experience in volunteer leadership and has trained over 100,000 leaders on how to manage the chaos of change in an organization. Tom writes an invaluable monthly newsletter, the Volunteer Power Ezine.

Tom's  e-Volunteerism Article

 Tom's Book in Our Store

Barry Altland
Barry Altland is a writer and speaker on leading and engaging volunteers as well as an organizational partner and consultant. He blends fifteen years of strategic and tactical initiative leadership, ten years of hospitality leadership experience, and a multitude of experiences as a volunteer and leader of volunteers. 

Barry's Book in Our Store

Jayne Cravens
Jayne is a pioneer regarding the research, promotion and practice of virtual volunteering, including virtual team work, online mentoring, microvolunteering and crowdsourcing. She is a veteran manager of various local and international initiatives. She has worked extensively with multicultural audiences, corporate audiences, United Nations agencies, national and international agencies, international aid workers, low-income communities, and those who are traditionally socially-excluded.

Jayne's Book in Our Store