Members take many different leadership paths that lead them to volunteering for ASHA. Some members may volunteer for a community-based group or serve their state speech-language-hearing association. Still others may volunteer for a related professional organization or engage with ASHA in short, specific microvolunteer activities. No matter how different those paths may look and how varied people’s levels of effort may be, all volunteering is important—and ASHA recognizes that. Visit the video links below to discover the volunteer leadership pathways of four members.