Andreia maintains communication with Children Incorporated’s on-site volunteer coordinators in 22 countries. A native of Brazil, her fluency in Portuguese and Spanish allow her to translate and process information from our children in these languages. “It is a great honor to work at a place where our jobs go far beyond the normal standards. We work to help miracles happen for children around the world. Their happy faces are my biggest reward!”
Shelley is the primary contact for our volunteer coordinators in the U.S. A normal day for her includes answering questions and assuaging concerns, opening mail, managing child enrollment, and contacting coordinators with sponsor inquiries. She also has the privilege of regular on-site visits with our coordinators, as well as with children enrolled in our program and their families. “During one of my visits to a school in Kentucky, a mother told me that that her […]
Chuck serves as the primary liaison between Children Incorporated and its sponsors and contributors for the benefit of children in the United States. One of his key roles is the recruitment and retention of sponsors. Customer service is the cornerstone of his job, with sponsor satisfaction as the goal – resulting in helping children in need. “It is my goal for every sponsor to have a rewarding experience when sponsoring a child in need.”
Netiece’s duties include preparing photographs for our database and for sponsors, as well as preparing and mailing out information about and correspondence from the children enrolled in our program to their sponsors.
Magda prepares and mails new sponsorship materials, helps with the translation of letters from Spanish to English, processes progress reports and children’s letters, and helps out around the office.
As a member of the sponsorship team, Suzanne helps our donors stay connected with their sponsored children, primarily through updating child information (progress reports) as it is received from our on-site coordinators. She also assists with updating child photos, translating child letters, and answering sponsors’ questions by phone or email. Additionally, she helps out with some of Children Incorporated’s IT functionality. “What I love about working at CI is getting to have a front-row seat […]