Dawn Mastoridis discusses redeployment of retired experts in business and nonprofits, on the JSA Podcast

Dawn Mastoridis is the national marketing director for ReServeInc.org, which places retired experts in temporary assignments at companies and nonprofits.
Dawn Mastoridis is the national marketing director for ReServeInc.org, which places retired experts in temporary assignments at companies and nonprofits.

Dawn Mastoridis, national marketing director of ReServe, visits the Jewish Sacred Aging podcast to describe the organization’s efforts to place retired experts in temporary assignments at companies and nonprofit organizations around the country.

About the Guest

Dawn Mastoridis is ReServe’s National Marketing Director responsible for expanding ReServe’s community partnerships with nonprofit and public organizations. Dawn is dedicated to enhancing ReServe’s national footprint to extend across the country allowing the talents of our ReServists to facilitate significant social change in the areas of healthcare, education, poverty fighting and capacity building.

For over 20 years, Dawn has served in leadership roles within a variety of human service organizations. Her career initially focused on developing and directing Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education programs for children with special needs. Dawn then went on to serve as an Executive Director for two leading nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping people with challenges to employment and economic well-being. A critical part of all her roles has been strategic planning, program development, community outreach and marketing. Dawn is a creative professional well-versed in website development, hard print and online marketing, graphic design, event planning and high impact presentations.

Additionally, Dawn has clinical expertise in the fields of developmental disabilities, addiction, mental health counseling, special education, child development and vocational rehabilitation. Dawn is also a strong advocate for the economically disadvantaged and proud supporter of programs that combat social injustice.

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