WSA Volunteer Forum

Updated:Apr 16,2014

Join us May 27, 2014
1:00 - 1:30 PM PT

Volunteer Rachanee Curry will present on the importance of social media in affecting health outcomes and how you can participate in the conversation. New Western States Affiliate Executive Vice President Kathy Rogers will also share her thoughts on how this tool will help us reach our 2020 goal.

Change Begins With You! #WeAreHeart - Calling all volunteers and potential volunteers! Looking for a fun and easy way to be involved with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association? Help us save lives and promote healthy living by becoming a social media ambassador. Please join us as volunteer Rachanee Curry presents on the importance of social media in affecting health outcomes and how you can participate in the conversation. New Western States Affiliate Executive Vice President Kathy Rogers will also share her thoughts on how this tool will help us reach our 2020 goal. Join us May 27, 2014, 1:00 to 1:30 PM PT. Call 888-469-0508 password: Volunteer
 
Become an AHA/ASA Social Media Ambassador - May 27, 2014
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PowerPoint Presentation - Coming Soon! 

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Our Volunteer Speaker:

Rachanee-CurryRACHANEE PISKAI CURRY, MHA, FACHE
President, Tacoma Division Board

Rachanee Curry is a healthcare leader who works within top leadership teams to move an organization from being a provider of care to being a provider of choice.

Rachanee Curry currently serves as the President of the American Heart Association, South Sound Chapter Board and has been an active member of the board for 3 years including developing the Mission Committee. She is the Administrator, Cardiac Careline for MultiCare Health System, Regional Heart and Vascular Centers. Prior to this position Rachanee served in other healthcare leadership positions in Hawaii, UCSF in San Francisco, and in the Army Medical Service Corps.

Rachanee has a long history of community involvement with organizations including the Heart and Stroke Association, American Red Cross, Boy Scouts, and American College of Healthcare Executives and she currently serves on the Boards of the Madigan Foundation and the Washington State Health Executives Forum.


Listen to our past presentations...

Listen to the audio presentation from our April 15, 2013 call - All About Stroke.

Listen to the audio presentation from our January 22, 2013 My Heart. My Life. Volunteer Leadership Forum call.

Listen to the audio presentation from our August 26, 2013 Corporate Wellness call.

Listen to the audio presentation from our October 21, 2013 Kids With Heart call.

Listen to the audio presentation from our January 28, 2014 Paint the Media Red call.


Additional Resources


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Roman Bowser, WSA Executive Vice President Blog

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WSA Research
- Check out the latest on research projects in the Western States Affiliate.

Volunteer Training Modules
We have developed a series of six online training modules. Each one contains a high overview of the assigned area, giving the listener a better idea as to the work our organization does and how we function. The trainings range from six to ten minutes, depending on which one is selected. Each training module is independent of the others, though we recommend that they be viewed in order.


The Western States Affiliate is committed to empowering our volunteers with knowledge about the American Heart Association.
 



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This volunteer-powered library gathers tips and ideas from stroke survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals all over the country who’ve created or discovered adaptive and often innovative ways to get things done!

Would you like to volunteer by sending in your own adaptive tips and ideas? Complete the submission form for a chance to be featured in our library and on ASA Facebook's #WhatWorksWednesdays!