Honoring Stories and Integrating Curriculum®: How to Build and Sustain Communities, Episode 3, Part 1
Why Employee Advocacy is Important: Lynn Vaden, Account Manager
Contact and Bio
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Lynn Vaden, Account Manager for Fathers Families and Support Center graduated with a bachelors in Urban Affairs from St. Louis University. He began his career with ServiceMaster Contract Services, Inc. He served as President of Specialty Cleaning Division and Sales Manager prior to taking the COO position. As Chief Operating Officer for over 18 years, he worked to create a culture of excellence and professionalism throughout the company. For the next 14 years, he became Senior Sales Consultant and created opportunities and developed relationships to sell contract janitorial and specialty cleaning services to facility services buyers in the health care, educational, manufacturing, government, transportation and construction industries. As Account Manager, he now builds relationships with a range of St. Louis companies and shepherds people from FFSC employment training programs into companies. He works closely with companies to learn program participant stories, their assets, and their unique gifts and to support employer advocacy for employees and in creating trauma-informed cultures.
Episode 3, Part 1: Lynn Vaden, Account Manager, Fathers and Families Support Center
Honoring Stories and Integrating Curriculum®: How to Build and Sustain Communities
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Sarah Hobson, Ph.D. specializes in supporting teams, departments and schools, businesses, and government agencies in building inclusive innovative change-making communities who understand how to connect well with and join diverse populations in providing needed sustainable resources for all youth and families.