Do Good Get Rewards is a volunteer rewards program. We provide a free incentive program for Non Profit to demonstrate appreciation to their volunteers.
Volunteers are a special type of people. They volunteer because they want to make a difference. They care about their communities and this is our way of giving back to them. It is not meant as payment for service. There is no dollar value associated with the points. When a volunteer gives their time, it is priceless. This is our way of saying we appreciate you.
Do Good Get Rewards was inspired by a strong desire to acknowledge everyday acts of kindness after writing and recording the song “Everyday People Do Good Everyday”. Visit www.TammyAllen.com to hear the recording. Tammy has unbounded passion for both business and music and has enjoyed success in both fields.
She is a seasoned marketing and entertainment entrepreneur. Her experience spans over 25 years of managing professional bands, booking musical acts, producing award winning events, and owning a professional music studio. She partnered with Terri Harof at C3 Marketing for 3 years prior to launching Do Good Get Rewards. Ms. Allen was in charge of sales, booking entertainment, public relations and marketing for clients in the hospitality industry.
“Creating and building Do Good Get Rewards has been the most satisfying experience of my life”, states Allen. The numbers of great programs and people that volunteer are overwhelming and heartwarming. I can’t think of anything I would rather do.
Co Founder, VP of Marketing
Jacqui Jenkins, was the owner of Hair & Hair, a successful salon located in Carson City Nevada for over 20 years She has been heavily involved in community service with a focus on sustainability.
Ms. Jenkins was one of the early members of the Aveda team while it was under the directorship of Horst Rechelbacher. Ms. Jenkins has been a Member/contributor of to many Non Profit organizations to name with an emphasize on the environment and sustainability. After a lifetime of commitment to social activism, Ms. Jenkins contributes her talents and expertise in business to the Do Good Get Rewards program.
Director Of Sales
Originally from Miami, Beth Povlo is an experienced marketing professional with an established history working in a variety of agency and client roles. Now living in Atlanta, Beth is a passionate person with an unquestioning entrepreneurial spirit.
Starting her 10-year career with Nestle, Beth worked for different departments focusing on client service, project management, fiscal management, and operations. From there Beth decided her skills were best focused into the world of client service. She joined the promotional marketing agency Loyalty works to set up loyalty programs for companies looking to excite their sales/marketing teams or develop consumer facing continuity programs. Immediately Beth found success working with clients such as Anvil Knitwear, Lindsay Manufacturing, Zoll Medical and more.
In 2007, Beth moved on to join another marketing agency staying within the same marketing discipline; she was brought in to set up the Client Service Department of the company. She was also responsible for designing and implementing a range of client based on/offline loyalty solutions for brands.
Sales and Marketing
McNair Wagner is an avid social entrepreneur and environmentalist. Since 2004 when McNair became involved in the environmental movement he has helped coordinate Atlanta Recycles Day, the Keeping It Wild National African American Environmental Summit, A Dream Reborn and numerous campus environmental outreach events. In 2007 McNair received the National Recycling coalition conference scholarship and in April of 2008 he was 1 of 12 people in Atlanta to receive the Bioneers award for striving to bring communities together. In the spring of 2008 McNair graduated from Georgia State University with a B.A in Marketing. During his tenure at Georgia State University McNair became a member of the American Marketing Association, student government association, co-founded the student environmental organization; Sustainable Energy Tribe, founded the Atlanta chapter of Georgia Students for Sustainability known as (MASS) Metro Atlanta Students for Sustainability and created the Environmental Marketing Company known as Earth Endeavors. After graduating college McNair has taken his passion for the environment and chosen to develop his company Earth Endeavors. His long term goals are to create a host of socially responsible companies and travel all over the world.
Rebecca Hernandez has been coordinating and organizing major events for over 10 years. Ms. Hernandez oversees every aspect of operations: organizing staff, volunteers and vendors, managing set-up and break down of remote locales, creating creative crafts for all ages and providing a professional/ people-friendly atmosphere for attendees. Ms. Hernandez was Centennial Olympic Park Assistant Program Coordinator for three years from January 2003 until November 2006. She is the operations coordinator for Fiesta Atlanta’s Cinco de Mayo celebration with an average attendance of 10,000 people, assistant coordinator for Roswell Cultural, the Piedmont Park Green Market coordinator and she has managed many of the TD Entertainment events. Ms. Hernandez is an integral component of our team as a result of her extensive experience in event operations.
Systems Administrator and Graphics Designer
Ms. Cloud began her professional career after obtaining a degree in electronics. After her education, she took a manufacturing, quality assurance position before taking on media production, planning and placement for a women’s fashion regional retailer. During the 1990s Coe went on a “wild ride” when affiliating with a burgeoning multi-media production company. She wore many hats as this company took on multi-million dollar contracts from its customers around the world. Managing accounts receivable and payable duties to supervising more than a dozen home-based software developers, Coe demonstrated the fine art of handling very scientific processes. After the company’s reinvention into a collaborative software development firm in 1998, Ms. Cloud experienced the excitement as well as frustrations of a venture capitol-backed business. The company successfully raised two million dollars in private placement funding and was poised for its mezzanine $20 million round before totally unwinding with the Internet bubble burst of 2000. Not swayed – maybe even a bit relieved – Coe decided to turn her right brain off for a while and tap into her creative skill set. She bought a Mac workstation, set up shop in her home office and began to allow her creative juices to flow. Web site design oversight and maintenance; video production, supervision and editing; CD and DVD package design and follow-on artist development are just a short-list of services she now offers. Furthermore, Ms. Cloud’s partner position as marketing and promotions manager for Jammates Records keeps her hands-on with an ever-turbulent record industry’s reinvention. An environmentalist, humanitarian, animal-right’s advocate and vegetarian, Coe resides in LaGrange, Georgia.