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Volunteer Youth Management

Friday, 13 May 2022
03:00 pm - 04:30 pm

Learn how to unify and focus unconnected volunteers. Discover practices and structures that bring out the very best in your individuals while forging them into a unified team. Panel presentation to be followed by Q&A.

 

David D. Jones

Nunpa ~ Two Foxes Singing:
Two Foxes Singing, known as Nunpa, is an Occupational Therapist, community leader, and youth advocate. He serves as the Executive Director of AntFarm Youth and Family Services. Nunpa believes that youth as the next generation and seniors as those with the wisdom of the past can connect and work together to build a stronger future. He advocates understanding and respecting culture as an important lens for positive change and supports all people regardless of political or personal beliefs. Nunpa champions finding common ground to discover healthy ways of living together

Ed Roberts:
Ed is the founder and president of the WCHC and the Founder and Co-Director of the Nightmare Factory at the Oregon School for the Deaf. Ed has been in the haunted house industry since 1977, is an avid Halloween fan and enjoys sharing Haunted house and Halloween stories with others.

Jeanmarie Peck:
Jeanmarie is the Casting Director and Volunteer Coordinator for SCARE Productions. She has been with SCARE since 2003, but her love of all things Haunted started when she was a child, which she has passed on to her children and grandchildren. SCARE is an all-volunteer Haunt Producer that partners with other charities to develop and produce world-class Haunted Houses/Forests. Over the course of its existence, SCARE has helped raise over 4 million dollars for its partnered charities.
Jeanmarie is also disabilities and IPE advocate, having been instrumental in writing over 100 IEPs for her children and other families. She has also been a Behavioral Therapist, Special Education teacher, Financial Planner, Benefits Coordinator, and Hairdresser. If that wasn’t enough, she is also a Wedding Planner and ordained Wedding Officiant and has officiated several weddings for her Haunt volunteers. All her above experiences really come in handy with that.

Kaiden Randall:
Psychology major and minoring in Spanish and Biology at Western Oregon University. Worked with Creatures of the Night for five years wearing a variety of hats; namely cue-line actor, Youth lead coordinator, scene manager, and volunteer educator. Is distantly related to the Adams family. Well, at least a family with the last name of Adams…

David D. Jones:
Artistic Director of Creatures of the Night has worked in the haunting industry since 1984. He has worked as a counselor, teacher, speaker, writer, actor, director, broker, and business consultant throughout the country and served on multiple governments, business, and non-profit organization boards. He has focused the last few years studying and writing on therapeutic treatments rooted in trauma and fear.
David draws upon an impressive knowledge of deep-themed story writing, therapeutic milieus, business, mythology, psychology, music, history, education, theatre, and technical craft to create successful entertainment venues and lectures.