Peter Devereux & Tobi Johnson
Thursday, 10th March 2016 at 12:23 pm
Peter Devereux is a part time Research Fellow at Curtin University’s Sustainability Policy Institute advancing the Doctorate of Sustainable Development focussed on the new UN Sustainable Development Goals. He has focused as a researcher/practitioner on volunteering for development for over 25 years. Previously he worked in United Nations Volunteers; lectured in the School of Sustainability at Murdoch University; worked as a volunteer university lecturer and NGO environmental adviser in Nicaragua, UN Volunteers Programme Officer in the UNDP multi-country office in Fiji, and State Manager for Australian Volunteer International’s Perth office. He completed his PhD in 2010 on long-term international volunteers in development and sustainability.
Tobi Johnson, MA, CVA is an internationally recognized expert in volunteer engagement and the President of Tobi Johnson & Associates and VolunteerPro, an online learning community for volunteer managers. In 2015, she wrote Chapter 1 of the anthology Volunteer Engagement 2.0, edited by VolunteerMatch.org, and published by Wiley & Sons.