Episode 59 – Jo Lynn Kelley

Episode 59 – Jo Lynn Kelley

Jo Lynn joins us today to talk about animal photography and her experience with animal rescue transport. If you love photography and animals, and want to help listen in as she talks about various aspects. She is also the creator of LKA Shooters, a photography group for any age or level.

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Episode 58 – Mike Fry

Episode 58 – Mike Fry

Mike Fry, the recipient of the Henry Bergh Leadership Award in 2009 and 2012. He worked as an executive in the computer software development field for 10 years until he discovered the need for animal shelter reform. He has spent approximately 20 years improving the lives of shelter animals. Listen in as he shares with us his perspective. If you’d like to learn more, please check out his No Kill Learning Blog.

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Episode 57 – Steve Shank

Episode 57 – Steve Shank

Steve Shank shares with us how persistence and belief makes anything possible! No matter how many walls you encounter along the way, keep chugging along and you will make a difference in this world! Steve started his involvement in the animal rescue world back in 2012 in Lake County, FL where he wanted to focus on shelter reform when he learned his local shelter was euthanizing 1600 healthy adoptable animals per year. They are currently euthanizing less than 300 per year with the help of local leaders. Steve continues his work with shelter reform and hopes more organizations across the country […]

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Episode 56 – Megan Moon

Episode 56 – Megan Moon

Megan has more than 13 years of experience in nonprofit leadership and humane education with organizations across the United States, including the San Francisco SPCA, the Institute for Humane Education, Humane Society of Greater Dayton, and SICSA. Megan completed her undergraduate degree in Humane Leadership through Duquense University, studies graduate-level humane education at Valparaiso University, is a Certified Humane Education Specialist (CHES), and is certified in Animal-Assisted Therapy. In addition to founding and directing the Humane Education Coalition, Megan is a skilled nonprofit consultant who invests in and supports organizations for improved strategy, stronger leadership, and capacity building. She is […]

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Episode 55 – Alan Rosenberg

Episode 55 – Alan Rosenberg

Alan Rosenberg has volunteered at local animal shelters for years, helping those animals in need. With Alan’s background in accounting and finance he uses his skills to focus on animal advocacy and shelter reform. When Alan is not busy with his day job, he’s pulling public records to research various topics and he shares his findings through his blog to shed light on what is going on in shelters today across the state of New Jersey. Looking specifically at New Jersey, the kill rate has decreased by half and the rate of decrease is 2 to 3 times faster than […]

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Episode 54 – Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton

Episode 54 – Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton

In 2008 Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton decided to resume her career after a 13 year career break to raise her children by starting Hamilton Law and Mediation. She created her own niche field, employing collaborative law and mediation to address civil conflicts including special education, contract and animal conflicts. Listen in as she gives some great advice and steps you can take to protect yourself and your pets.

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