Kay Kay's life long passion for and study of philosophy, psychology, social anthropology, business methods and interpersonal communication skills has helped her to become an insightful writer, successful entrepreneur and a supportive coach, mentor, facilitator and cultural creative. Her interest in these subjects has taken her to many parts of the world where she has been involved in assisting people and supporting experiments for social evolution in established towns, rural and inner city regeneration, Ecovillage development and intentional communities. Her five decades of experience in a number of professions within several industries and social, community and cultural settings, has equipped Kay with an understanding of many situations from a variety of perspectives. In her books she shares this knowledge and her considerable practical experience to help people who wish to make a difference in their lives and in the world around them. She offers encouragement for an increase in community engagement, and morale support to individuals, groups, organizations and communities who aspire to achieving greater effectiveness and sustainability. Recognizing that, along with people's increased interest and willingness to become involved in volunteering, comes the need for more people to be skilled in volunteer management, Kay offers her experience of a lifetime of working with volunteers. She shares a wealth of essential information and useful insights into what makes volunteer management empowering for volunteers, and for managers.