Kelli Glass has been volunteering on and off for five or six years, and makes it clear at the beginning of our interview…”I just want to say, Site Transportation has an awesome coordiantor, Alisa (Levenstein) is the best.” This is her third year on the site transportation committee. Although she is is “here because of the music” she is really excited about the Festival. According to her, how the the Festival treats the volunteers “really sets it apart” from some of the other volunteer experiences she’s had. The coordinators, the musicians, the board, all really make sure the volunteers know how much they’re appreciated she says. They’ve really “made it so you want to volunteer”.
Site Transportation drives the golf carts and panel vans around the site and walk in front of all the moving vehicles with red flags to keep traffic moving and ensure everyone stays safe. Kelli loves the interactions she has with her fellow volunteers, many of whom she only sees once a year but loves catching up with. “Last night”, she said, “I was driving Arrested Development around,” adding that its one of the definite perks of the job, making personal connections with amazing musicians.