The Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) is proud to welcome Volunteer Bereavement Coordinator, Amanda Cannon to their Indian River County office. A Vero Beach native, Amanda has a background in managing large teams of people, coming to the VNA after eight years as center sales manager for two of Advance America’s local offices. In 2016 she was credited with managing their number one store in the nation, in addition to managing the ninth ranked store nationwide. A graduate of Sebastian River High School, Amanda received an associate degree in Medical Administration from South West College in Fort Myers, Florida.
“Amanda’s many years of experience in management and training will be a huge asset to the volunteer department. Her commitment to customer service and satisfaction is just one of her many strengths. We are excited to welcome her to the VNA family!” said VNA Volunteer Manager, Sara Bumgarner. In her role, Amanda will assist in the planning, execution and management of VNA volunteer department bi-annual events Ceremony of Remembrance and Camp Chrysalis, as well as seasonal events. She is looking forward to spending time with volunteers at both VNA Hidden Treasures hospice thrift stores, and helping to streamline administrative volunteer procedures, making the process easier and more efficient for all volunteers.
VNA’s volunteer department yields nearly 400 community members who play a role in all areas of the organization. From spending time with patients and family members at VNA’s Hospice House, to working in Hidden Treasures thrift stores, to helping with endless tasks at VNA’s offices, each volunteer serves with a purpose to further the overall mission of the VNA, ‘to provide the highest quality care’. For more information about VNA’s volunteer services, contact Sara Bumgarner at email@example.com, or call 772-978-5553. To learn more about services provided by the VNA visit www.vnatc.com, or call 772-567-5551.