From New England to the Nation's Capital: Lessons Learned and the Future of Animal Welfare

What:
Talk
When:
Saturday Apr 04   03:45 PM to 05:15 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Track B
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There is a prevailing belief in the animal welfare community that New England has ‘solved’ pet overpopulation, has no more shelter animals, yet has endless resources. We all know that isn’t the real picture. And if things in New England are so great for animal welfare professionals, why would anyone ever leave the green, green grass of home and work anywhere else? This session will follow the paths of two life-long New Englanders and “Fed” board members who headed south (a decade apart) to apply the lessons they learned in this region to help animals in the mid-Atlantic and beyond.
Participant
Humane Rescue Alliance
Senior Director of Operations
Participant
Humane Rescue Alliance
President and Chief Executive Officer

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