Corina Sadler, CVA

Corina Sadler, CVA is a volunteer engagement professional in Texas, USA. She has spent the last 17 years as a Hispanic leader in local government and contributes committee work for several professional volunteer management associations. Corina has trained volunteer managers through virtual and in-person workshops and has been a Certified Volunteer Administrator since 2012. “I’m excited to be a new contributor here at the Better Impact blog. If we’ve never met in a Zoom Room or volunteer management conference, I’m Corina. I live outside of Dallas, Texas and have been in local government for the last 17 years. Don’t fall asleep! Here’s the exciting bit – I’m also a volunteer engagement professional, and I serve with several associations that support the work of leaders of volunteers. I can guess from your visit today that you have a connection to volunteerism too. Were you like me and began volunteering as a teen? Or did you coincidently study volunteer management in college? No? Well, you’re still in the right place. I bring a monthly book review for leaders of volunteers and passersby alike. When the pandemic started, I rediscovered a joy for reading I’d abandoned years ago, and I began sharing my reviews on social media. I want to thank Tony Goodrow for this invitation to expand my audience and provide an opportunity for discussion – or at least offer solid recommendations to fill your reading list.”

Measuring the Impact of Volunteers: A Balanced and Strategic Approach

This Month’s Selection: Measuring the Impact of Volunteers: A Balanced and Strategic Approach by Christine Burych, Alison Caird, Joanne Fine Schwebel, Michael Fliess, and Heather Hardie

The third in a series of Better Impact Book Bites – A taste of great books worth consuming.

Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends on It by Ian Leslie

The second in a series of Better Impact Book Bites – A taste of great books worth consuming.

From The Top Down (The Classic)

The first in a series of Better Impact Book Bites – A taste of great books worth consuming.