Davis refers to her experience as a volunteer speaker for the AARP Speaker’s Bureau as a wonderful one.
“AARP is a fine organization and treats its volunteers with so much respect for the work they do. Working together with its volunteers, AARP has become a trusted and credible source for its members and others as well. Personally, I applaud AARP for all that they do for its members and others as well.”
The truth is, without dedicated volunteers such as Priscilla Davis, our organization as a whole would not be in the position to successfully work the platform that it stands for.
Davis also serves as a SHINE volunteer for the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, working to provide information and counseling to Medicare consumers and their families. As if her hands weren’t already full enough, Priscilla is also a poll worker for the Duval County Supervisor of Elections.
When asked how she spends her spare time, Davis responds, “How do you define spare time?”
“Through volunteerism, I am very active serving others while staying healthy. I truly enjoy my volunteer work and I would encourage others to seek volunteer opportunities within their communities and to give back,” says Davis of her efforts.
“Now, when there is time for some R&R, I make it happen.”
If you’re a member of a club, organization or business that meets regularly, sooner or later you may run into this problem – where can you find informative, well-prepared speakers who can deliver information your group is interested in hearing?
One place is AARP Florida’s Speakers’ Bureau, a network of trained presenters ready to help your members better understand issues important to the Floridian 50-plus demographic.
Presentations in topics such as health care reform, social security, legislative issues and AARP programs & services along with other issues of interest are all provided free of charge. This is a valuable resource for community groups, conferences, clubs and other professional organizations.
To schedule a presentation, please e-mail email@example.com or call (866) 595-7678 and ask for the Speakers’ Bureau line. We look forward to hearing from you.