Elizabeth Perry; holds a Master’s of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. She has over 20 years of pastoral experience as well as about a decade of experience as a college professor, teaching religion and philosophy courses as well as critical thinking and general education. Currently, she is a Pastoral Counselor for a small independent congregation in New York City, faculty for the Jersey City Campus of the University of Phoenix, and a freelance online educator and trainer for volunteers in areas like adult education and reducing the risk of child abuse in the church.
About our discussion she says, "Non-profits, particularly religious organizations, are heavily dependent on well-trained volunteers. But volunteers aren’t paid employees that fit easily into typical training methods and often volunteer heavy organizations don’t have large training budgets. So how can a group use technology to make training work for them and for their volunteers? In our interview, I’d like to talk about transitioning from a traditional training method to a technology supported method."
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