It’s almost time! The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare is just days away, and we’re excited just thinking of all the superpowers the conference speakers will bestow on us. We’ll learn hand-to-hand keyboard warrior combat with Nina Stively, for example, while Dr.
The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
Looking for a respectful, open space to talk with your peers about diversity and inclusivity in animal welfare? Us, too. That’s why we added a new session to the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare.
As many of you know, The Association launched the first digital Compensation and Benefits Survey in 2019, and we’ve recently compiled data received from animal welfare organizations all across the United States, Canada, and beyond. How do salary and benefits at your agency compare with those in other regions and of similar budget size? Check out the Executive Summary , and read on for some notable findings.
The Association’s Katherine Shenar sat down with Oregon Humane’s Brian August, Chief Operating Officer, and Rhonda Palos, Vice President for Human Resources, for the scoop on HR challenges and successes brought on by COVID-19. Listen to the complete interview on Spotify, and read on for the highlights here.
Dr. Josh Fisher, Animal Services Director for Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina, joined The Association’s EVP Katherine Shenar for a conversation with Jamey Cantrell, Director, Plano Animal Services.
As America moves deep into the struggle against systemic injustice, organizations need tools to listen thoughtfully and communicate with multiple audiences, especially those whose voices have been marginalized. We asked Peter Panepento for a sneak peek at “Communicating to a Divided America,” his session at the upcoming Spring Conference for Animal Welfare, which provides many of these communications resources.
Atlanta Humane Society’s Associate Vice President of Employee Success, Ashley Cassidy, shares her thoughts on next steps in this new normal. How can we set ourselves and our organizations up to successfully serve our communities in new and better ways? COVID-19 has rocked our world.
Attending the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare is an important career move. Seriously.
Have you registered for the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare yet? Hundreds of your colleagues have, and we cannot wait to connect with you all this June 16-17. We checked in with The ASPCA’s Erin Doyle, DVM, DABVP, Senior Director, Shelter Medicine, who will be sharing evidence-based approaches to caring for underage kittens in the shelter setting.