Dear Friends and Colleagues, I suppose it’s nice that we officially set aside one day a year to be thankful. I am inclined, however, to offer up an alternative.
Yup, all the networking and learning has been THIS. MUCH.
“You’ve all heard me say 100 times that the strength of animal welfare is in the community,” shared Jim Tedford, CEO & President of The Association, in his opening remarks at The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement. “And the community is right here in this room, with each and every 434 of you connecting with each other.
There’s still time to join us this November 14-16 for the Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement, where you can expect carefully curated sessions on topics that are the most relevant and important to the animal welfare profession. This year we’re bringing back Dr.
Walk-ens Welcome at The Fall Conference Just in time for Halloween, we wanted to let you know that Walk-ens are definitely allowed at The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement. There’s still time to join us this November 14-16 for three days of learning & networking.
Join us in New Orleans this November 14-16 The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement is less than a month away, and hundreds of your colleagues in the field are getting ready for networking and learning in the Big Easy. There are still spots available—and if your schedule allows, the investment is well worth it.
Have you registered yet? Our lineup for the Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement has been carefully curated to ensure the topics are the most relevant and important to the animal welfare profession–like Swati Patel’s session on compensation and livable wages. The Association: We can’t wait to see you in New Orleans—also known as the birthplace of jazz.
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Having spent more than half of my life entrenched in animal welfare work, I have run across people of all sorts. I’ve met some of the best and worst people one could imagine just by going to work every day.