Simplifying and Systematizing Volunteer and Networking Events with Raynette Yoshida

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Raynette Yoshida is the Executive and Personal Assistant in charge of customer service at Mario's, a premier specialty clothing store in the Pacific Northwest. Raynette has also been an active Board Member for the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) for over 20 years. In addition to this, Raynette volunteers for the Lan Su Chinese Garden in Portland, Oregon, and is a Board Member of the Japanese American Museum of Oregon and a Member of Toastmasters International.

In this episode:

What does it take to be a successful event organizer or productive volunteer? How can you implement systems to make the process easier and more rewarding?

Raynette Yoshida, who has been a volunteer for many years, strongly encourages people to give back to the community through volunteering. As she says, the key to volunteering and hosting unforgettable events is relationship building. She believes that by starting with a purpose, implementing simple systems, and making connections, you can create time for a noble cause.

In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit sits down with Raynette Yoshida, an Executive Assistant at Mario's and a Board Member at IMA, to talk about the rewards of volunteering and the importance of systemizing the process. Raynette discusses her strategies for organizing successful volunteer events and explains how she helps people network. Stay tuned.

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