Proactively adapt through continuous improvement

Project team 4 are responsible for ensuring that the impact of volunteering on individuals, organisations and communities is measured consistently with the aim of continuous improvement and advocacy. This ensures that the strategy stays focused on collaborative action and results.

Project Team Four aims to:

  • ensure the impact of volunteering on individuals, organisations and communities is measured consistently
  • ensure continuous improvement for measuring volunteer contribution and ongoing advocacy for the sector
  • test potential solutions to overcome barriers to volunteering
  • ensure the VSSA remains focused on collaborative action and results
Project Team

Tim Jackson, Chair of Volunteering SA&NT

Project Chair

Nicole Swaine

Project Manager

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  • Christel Mex, Flinders University
  • Val Baldwin OAM, Zonta Club of Australia
  • Sue Scheiffers, National Trust of SA
  • Duncan Mackenzie OAM, Birdlife Australia Gluepot Reserve
  • Sue Keith, Volunteering SA&NT
  • Lisel O’Dwyer, Flinders University
  • Kellie Stewart, Time for Kids
  • Sue Moss, HR Consultant
  • Melanie White, Southern Volunteering
  • Hayley Geen, The Salvation Army

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