About Reed Dewey
Reed Dewey served as Director of the Montgomery County Volunteer Center in Maryland until 2010. Prior to this post, Reed worked at the Points of Light Foundation and Volunteer Center National Network for many years where he provided technical assistance to volunteer centers, corporate volunteer Councils and Fortune 500 companies on volunteer engagement strategies. At Rebuilding Together’s national office, Reed was Director of Affiliate Management where he advised 240 affiliates across the U.S. on all aspects of nonprofit management for the nation’s largest volunteer-based housing rehabilitation network. He provided leadership, training, and guidance on board recruitment, governance, strategic planning, and fundraising. With AARP’s national office, Reed managed numerous AARP programs and services focusing on all aspects of volunteer management and helped produce AARP’s Volunteer Learning Series – a volunteer management training program for AARP’s 250,000 volunteers. Early in Reed’s career he was a community organizer for a senior citizen organization, then started the region’s first Older Adult Service and Information System (OASIS) Center in Prince George's County, Maryland where he leveraged over 70 volunteers in service to the Center. Reed has been a board member and volunteer with numerous nonprofits. Currently, he enjoys volunteering through his neighborhood, provides pro-bono consulting to local agencies, volunteers at a retirement community and serves on a committee of the Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement.