When I first met Danielle I was impressed by her humour and her honesty, but mostly, by her passion for the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and her mission to grow the organization and provide real value to its members.
Danielle recently came to the not-for-profit sector after an extensive career in retail with roles in marketing, operations, human resources, and customer service. This combination of skills gives her an ideal foundation for her role at the BBB. Danielle has big goals for the organization; the association serves the requirements of its members and also has the opportunity to...
I am in highly skilled company for this podcast, focused on best practices in volunteer engagement in a unionized workforce. Jill Wurflinger has built her knowledge in volunteer engagement through her current role as National Director of Volunteer Engagement at the Canadian Diabetes Association, as well as past roles as Manager, Volunteer Engagement, BC-Yukon Division of the Canadian Cancer Society; Manager, National Olympic Committee/National Paralympic Committee Assistants Program for Vanoc - Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games; and Field Executive for Scouts Canada.
The days of the current Society Act are officially numbered. It has now been announced that the new Societies Act will come into force on November 28, 2016.
As part of its plan to modernize the legislation governing not-for-profits in the province, on November 23, 2015 an Order in Council was passed setting November 28, 2016 as the date on which the new Societies Act will come into force. The Regulations to the Societies Act are also now publicly available and can be viewed on the website of the British Columbia Legislature.