Jocelyn D. Cheng is the Manager of Volunteer Development at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Greater Illinois Chapter. She is responsible for organizing, training and developing the volunteer and advocacy efforts of the organization that serves over 20,000 individuals affected by MS in Illinois. Jocelyn has been a nonprofit management professional for over 15 years. She previously worked at Community Resource Network and United Way of Metropolitan Chicago. She worked on connecting and helping volunteers find meaningful opportunities at various nonprofit organizations. She also managed one of the first online searchable volunteer opportunity databases in the Chicagoland area called ChicagoVolunteer.net.
Jocelyn graduated with an MBA degree from Saint Xavier University and a B.S. in Applied Psychology from Loyola University Chicago.
Jocelyn is also an active volunteer. She is currently a member of the Serve Illinois Commission and the Association of Volunteer Administrators of Metropolitan Chicago. She also volunteers for the Practice with a Purpose music organization, St. Michael’s in Old Town and the National Association of Asian American Professionals-Chicago. Jocelyn lives with her husband, Jack, in Chicago.
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