50 Faces of Volunteers – Tiffany Williams

Nominated by Mark McInroy with the Iowa DNR

Williams Photo

Tell us a little about the volunteer: Tiffany is a student at Iowa State University, and her 150 hours of service goes toward her 400 hours of internship necessary for graduation. She provided 70 hours to building and painting survey boxes to be placed in the field across our Iowa Hunting Access Program (IHAP) sites. Additionally, she stuck around and gave 80 hours of effort to complete a field research project conducting laboratory samples here at Boone Research Station. Her total of 150 hours was a critical need in accomplishing two projects on a strict timeline.

What is the primary (one or two) organization(s) they serve? Iowa DNR – Wildlife Bureau

How long have they volunteered with this/these organization(s)? 1 year

Why does this volunteer deserve to be recognized with a 50 Faces of Volunteers spotlight? Her total of 150 hours was a critical need in accomplishing two projects on a strict timeline.

 

Tell us about a great volunteer! We would love to recognize them as one of our “50 Faces of Volunteers.” Volunteer Iowa selects one nomination to feature every other Wednesday. 

Nominating is easy! You’ll submit a short paragraph or two about the volunteer(s) and their experience. The who/what/where/when (or for how long) and, most importantly, the why of their volunteer cause. We have provided some questions to prompt responses. It’s also strong requested that you submit a photo with your nomination. This is a great opportunity to help showcase a dedicated volunteer or volunteer group in your community! 

Ready to submit a spotlight? Access the online form here

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