In recognition of National Volunteer Week (April 18-24), Edlen Electrical Exhibition Services would like to thank our many selfless team members who give of their time, talent and treasure to those causes that are close to their hearts and the needs of so many others in their communities.
In the dictionary, the word “volunteer” is defined as “a person who performs a service willingly and without pay.” We are proud and very fortunate to have numerous employees who embody these characteristics. From folks who give their time to food banks, literacy programs, disabled sports programs, hospitals, letter writing to soldiers and hospital patients and blood donation (the list goes on), Edlen’s family of employees generously give of themselves all year long.
Dolores “Dee” Schriever, Director of Sales in Edlen’s San Francisco office, together with her golden retriever, Harley, can be found most weekends making the rounds at their local VA Hospital, convalescent hospitals and the San Jose International Airport.
Dee also chairs Edlen’s Community Outreach program, helping to coordinate opportunities for giving nationwide. She has inspired Edlen employees to help make the world a little better, one random act of kindness at a time. We are grateful to Dee for her leadership.
Julie Pazina, Edlen’s National Director of Sales who is located in Las Vegas, is responsible for organizing an advocacy committee which is focused on the education and awareness of the importance of the meetings and events industry to local, statewide and federal officials. As a member of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, Julie is in a strategic position to encourage federal representatives to support The Hospitality and Commerce Job Recovery Act of 2021, crucial in assisting the hospitality industry on the road to recovery.
Edlen Electrical Exhibition Services is proud of all our volunteers for their dedication to myriad organizations and individuals.
“The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size, but by the depth of the
commitment to make a difference in the lives of others.” – DeAnn Hollis