216 have her in circles
Works at Various employers
Attended Open University
216 have her in circles
An awesome, no-nonsense commentary from a Dallas sports caster regarding Michael Sam. I LOVE this.
Have you heard that my book, co-authored with, is now available? The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook offers detailed information on how to introduce virtual volunteering to an organization, or, to expand virtual volunteering involvement and address various challenges. It's available as a paperback and e-book - and soon to be available on Kindle (if it's not already!):
The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook is out! Years in the making! Co-written with!
I just got this from one of my brothers in an email in response to the announcement that this book was out at last, "Cool. I have been doing some on line mentoring with veterans, helping with résumés and other items of information online." I knew my husband was an online volunteer, but not one of my siblings! Woot!
It's a good thing we've got vinyl in the kitchen and laminate in most of the rest of the house. Because when Her Majesty, Princess Albi of Hungary, ruler of our domain, doesn't wish walk, this is how she gets around the house. 17, blind, and still dictator of the house.
It was my pleasure to present at TechSoup and, at long last, to meet face-to-face with so many TechSoup staff that I've known online for many years. The slide show can be downloaded from here, in PowerPoint or OpenOffice: http://www.coyotecommunications.com/techsoup/
- Various employersConsultant, 2005 - present
- UNDP AfghanistsanReporting & Communications Advisor, 2007 - 2007
- UNDP / UNVOnline Volunteering Specialist, 2001 - 2005
- University of Texas at AustinDirectory, Virtual Volunteering Project, 1996 - 2001
- Joint Venture Silicon ValleyInternal Communications Manager, 1995 - 1995
Project management, communications, community engagement, motorcycle traveler
Jayne is an internationally-recognized professional with more than 20 years of experience, primarily regarding communications, community/volunteer involvement, and capacity-building for nonprofit organizations, non-governmental organizations/civil society, government-based community programs, and corporate philanthropy programs. She has worked with groups on the local, regional, national and international level, and have worked extensively with multi-cultural audiences, corporate audiences, United Nations agencies, international aid workers, low-income communities, and those who are traditionally socially-excluded. She has a demonstrated commitment to gender issues and mainstreaming gender considerations in her work. She lived in Germany from Feb. 2001 - Apr. 2009, except for six months in 2007 when she lived in Afghanistan. In April 2009, she moved back to the USA. She's in the Portland, Oregon area.
I've lived or visited almost 40 countries
- Open University
- Western Kentucky University
- Henderson County High School
- TechSoup (current)