Flynn Jebb is the Regional Volunteer Service Officer for the American Red Cross of Massachusetts. In this position, Flynn is responsible for recruiting, referral and retention of the nearly 3,000 Red Cross adult and youth volunteers across Massachusetts.
Flynn previously worked as the Disaster Workforce Engagement Specialist where among her other responsibilities she worked on a variety of disaster workforce management projects. While in that position she spearheaded the development and management of an all-volunteer Disaster Services Workforce Management Team and oversaw the planning of the 2015 & 2016 Disaster Institutes. Flynn has deployed to disasters in Texas, Guam, Alberta, Louisiana and North Carolina.
Flynn came to the Red Cross in 2015 after finishing her Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Peace Studies at International Christian University in Tokyo. Attending as a Rotary Peace Fellow, Flynn specialized in Community Mobilization supported through internships with Oxfam India and the City of Burlington, VT. Flynn received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.
Flynn previously managed volunteers at The Legal Project in Albany, NY. During that time she was awarded the 2012 Distinguished Non-Attorney award by the Capital District Women's Bar Association. She started her career in recruitment and outreach for Bowdoin College’s ISLE (Intercollegiate Sri Lanka Education) Program, based both in Maine and Sri Lanka.