Alex Seblatnigg, CAVS, is the Director of Volunteer Services and Internal Engagement at Shepherd Center, managing an extensive volunteer program which includes more than 750 in-hospital volunteers serving Shepherd Center patients as well as family members. She serves as staff liaison to the Shepherd Center Auxiliary and Peach Corps service groups, assisting them in their volunteer fundraising efforts. She is responsible for an employee giving initiative which annually raises over $200,000. She also leads Shepherd’s Grateful Patient program, which empowers former patients and their families to support the organization through a variety of philanthropic channels.
Alex was designated a Certified Administrator of Volunteer Services by the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration, which distinguishes an individual as being among the elite in the field of volunteer management in healthcare. She sits on the board of the Georgia Society of Volunteer and Retail Professionals as Special Projects chair and previously served in a variety of roles including President, Program Chair and Metro District Director. She was on the 2019 Committee on Nominations for the Association for Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals and served as State Host Planning Chair for the 2016 AHVRP Conference. Alex is a graduate of Leadership Buckhead and serves on the board as Program Co-Chair. She has been a member of the Junior League of Atlanta since 2000, serving on the board four times. She served as site co-chair for the 2009 AJLI Annual Conference and was on the organizing committee for the 2008 Area III Conference. She was recognized with the Junior League of Atlanta’s President’s Award in 2008 and the Isoline Campbell Award in 2020. She has also served on the board of Genesis Shelter.
Alex attended the University of the South and graduated from Spring Hill College with a degree in International Business.