Rein in Sarcoma Welcomes
Health Programs Coordinator
Rein in Sarcoma is very pleased to have our first part-time professional Health Programs Coordinator. The search committee, made up of members of the Red Flags Committee, the Talent and Resource Committee and Executive Director Janelle Calhoun, read many applications and interviewed great candidates. We welcomed Naomi Bowman at the end of May.
Naomi brings to our education programs a wide variety of medical and education experience, including various roles with hospitals and healthcare systems. Her education includes a Bachelor of Science, Vocational Teacher Education Sequence Certificate, and a three-year Nursing diploma.
We are looking forward to Naomi helping us expand Rein in Sarcoma’s educational impact as she works with the Red Flags Education Committee on programs including the Sarcoma Scholars, presentations and materials for medical professionals, and the Hallie Anne Brown Educational initiative.
Upon her acceptance Naomi said, “I'm very honored to join you on the journey of fulfilling Rein in Sarcoma's mission. My background in nursing and experiences in education have opened the door to many unique and wonderful opportunities in my career. I've always worked in some aspect of health care and feel blessed to now use my skills and knowledge in this new role. I'm looking forward to meeting and working with all of you in the near future."
You can reach Naomi at 1-844-727-2662 ext. 5 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RIS depends on volunteers to make our mission a reality. Current volunteer opportunities include:
March in a Parade to Raise Sarcoma Awareness
Do you enjoy a good parade? Always wanted to ride in a convertible, wave and throw candy to the crowds? Here's your chance. On Sunday, July 15 Rein in Sarcoma will be riding and walking in the Monticello Parade starting at noon. Let us know if you'd like to join us.
Contact us at 763-205-1467 or by email.
Marketing Committee Member -
Rein in Sarcoma’s Marketing Committee will develop a comprehensive communications plan that will market and promote the mission of our organization. Committee members will make sure that our marketing tools will follow the organization’s brand. Marketing tools include but are not limited to: website, newsletter, social media, training, PowerPoints, letterhead, t-shirts, and print materials.
The Website Sub-committee is looking for a volunteer with website design experience to assist the team in enhancing the user experience on our website. Prior experience with WordPress, our website platform, is a plus. Volunteer would work remotely, however, they would need to be able to meet in person quarterly with the website team, at a central Twin Cities location.
For more information about this volunteer position contact Deb Cossette by email.
Apply for this position at: New Volunteer Form