, Volunteer Services, at Southeast Georgia Health System, has been awarded
the credential “Certified Administrator of Volunteer Services”
by the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration.
“We are very proud of Kristin and her accomplishments,” says
Jacqueline J. Weder, vice president, Marketing, Southeast Georgia Health
System. “Her skills, initiative, and dedication to ensuring the
Health System’s volunteer services program
expectations have made a meaningful, positive difference in our patients
and visitors’ experiences.”
The CAVS is a national credential that distinguishes an individual as being
among the elite in the field of volunteer management in healthcare. Doll
joins a select group of over 740 professionals in the United States who
have attained this sought-after credential.
Since joining Southeast Georgia Health System in 2008, Doll has played
an integral role in the development of the volunteer services program
on the Brunswick and Camden campuses. In addition to coordinating more
than 350 adult volunteers and 100
, her responsibilities also include overseeing Auxiliary fundraising events,
guest services, and the gift shops.
To earn the CAVS designation, Doll had to meet eligibility requirements
that incorporate a blend of work experience and education, agree to adhere
to Professional Standards of Conduct, and pass a two-hour CAVS examination
which tested her knowledge in six areas: Planning and Program Development;
Management of Human Resources; Finance; Organization and Management of
Services: Outreach, Advocacy and Public Relations; and Professional Development.