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The New Normal of Volunteering: Making Time Count

Betina Pflug is an entrepreneur, business and life coach, mother, and marketing specialist with over 25 years of experience. She has a degree in hotel management, an MBA from Rotman School, and three coaching certifications, including life coaching and biopsychology. Betina’s entrepreneurial spirit comes from her family’s history of self-starters, and she has invested herself in various sectors, acquiring new skills along the way.

Betina’s mission is to help individuals organize their lives and bring balance and enthusiasm to their daily activities. She helps clients invest in their relationships, become more efficient, and find pleasure in everything they do. Betina has also devoted 20% of her time over the past ten years to helping nonprofits’ development, educating them on becoming more efficient through technology and marketing strategies.

She has a podcast called “Wisdom for Nonprofits,” where she features proven leaders in the nonprofit sector sharing their experiences, knowledge, insights, and best practices.

Welcome to “Wisdom for Nonprofits,” a podcast that provides insights and expertise to help nonprofit organizations thrive. In this episode titled “The New Normal of Volunteering: Making Time Count,” our guest, Tracey O’Neill, a Volunteer Engagement Specialist with over two decades of experience in leading volunteer engagement initiatives, will share her insights on the evolving landscape of volunteering in today’s world. We’ll explore the challenges that nonprofits face in engaging volunteers in the post-COVID era and question the traditional model of volunteer engagement. Tracey will discuss innovative approaches that can lead to better outcomes for both volunteers and nonprofits, including effective strategies for recruiting and retaining volunteers, building meaningful relationships with them, and leveraging technology to enhance volunteer engagement. Join us as we dive into “The New Normal of Volunteering: Making Time Count.” 

If you want to know more about her work, visit the website https://wity.tech/nonprofits/ and schedule a quick call if you are interested in having a mentor.

How to contact Betina Pflug? Send us an email at podcast@wity.tech








How to contact Tracy O’Neill https://www.linkedin.com/in/traceyoneillcva/

Important links:

National Volunteer Strategy https://volunteeringstrategy.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/National-Strategy-for-Volunteering-2023-2033.pdf


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