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Building the Volunteer Management Program for the Super Bowl with Lisa Urba‪n‬ The Engaged Volunteer Podcast

    • Management

Meet Lisa Urban - Director of the Community Ambassador Program at Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee.

Ever wondered how one of the world’s biggest events manages their volunteer management program? Well wonder no more!

On this episode of the podcast we are privileged to get an inside, step by step look into what it takes to deliver one of the most celebrated events globally. From the unique nature of Sports Commissions in the US and what the Super Bowl means from a community engagement point of view, through to how to recruit, screen and train over 10,000 volunteers, this podcast is packed full of tips and learnings for best practice volunteer engagement.

As events globally are now forced to implement real changes to ensure that their staff, volunteers and participants feel safe from COVID-19, we also discuss the introduction of online training sessions and the importance of communication when it comes to COVID safe practices.

This podcast was recorded remotely so we do apologise for the broken audio at times. Here’s hoping that these podcasts can be recorded in person sooner rather than later.

If this is your first time checking us out, The Engaged Volunteer aims to highlight the ways in which organizations and individuals are engaging their communities to connect them to events and causes they’re passionate about. The best way to support the Engaged Volunteer Podcast is to click ‘Follow’ on your Spotify app, and tell your friends about us!

We also really appreciate feedback on the podcast and would love to hear your thoughts. If you’d like to share your thoughts or if you have someone in mind for us to interview, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via hello@rosterfy.com.

Thanks so much for listening!

This episode was hosted by Rosterfy Co Founder, Shannan Gove.

Meet Lisa Urban - Director of the Community Ambassador Program at Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee.

Ever wondered how one of the world’s biggest events manages their volunteer management program? Well wonder no more!

On this episode of the podcast we are privileged to get an inside, step by step look into what it takes to deliver one of the most celebrated events globally. From the unique nature of Sports Commissions in the US and what the Super Bowl means from a community engagement point of view, through to how to recruit, screen and train over 10,000 volunteers, this podcast is packed full of tips and learnings for best practice volunteer engagement.

As events globally are now forced to implement real changes to ensure that their staff, volunteers and participants feel safe from COVID-19, we also discuss the introduction of online training sessions and the importance of communication when it comes to COVID safe practices.

This podcast was recorded remotely so we do apologise for the broken audio at times. Here’s hoping that these podcasts can be recorded in person sooner rather than later.

If this is your first time checking us out, The Engaged Volunteer aims to highlight the ways in which organizations and individuals are engaging their communities to connect them to events and causes they’re passionate about. The best way to support the Engaged Volunteer Podcast is to click ‘Follow’ on your Spotify app, and tell your friends about us!

We also really appreciate feedback on the podcast and would love to hear your thoughts. If you’d like to share your thoughts or if you have someone in mind for us to interview, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via hello@rosterfy.com.

Thanks so much for listening!

This episode was hosted by Rosterfy Co Founder, Shannan Gove.

40 min

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