Getting pumped for the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare this June 16-17? Here’s a fun way to let your friends, followers and colleagues on social media know you’ll be hanging with the fiercest and finest group of leaders and leaders-in-training in the industry. We’ve created a set of digital badges you can use for your social media profiles, share as posts on all your social channels and add to your website homepage and email communications.
Last week hundreds of you joined us for the first in our Roundtable series, sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim and featuring leaders in the field discussing emerging and critical issues in animal welfare. We were glued to our seats listening to Dr.
We are honored to introduce you to one of animal welfare’s brightest stars – the CEO of SPCA Tampa Bay, chair of The Association’s Spring Conference Committee, and an Association board member to boot. She’s one you wanna know, if you don’t already.
COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of sheltering as we know it—including volunteer programs. While many of you have recruited a new army of fosters, you’ve also had to restrict many volunteers, particularly those in a higher-risk category, from much of the hands-on, in-person roles for the time being.
The Association boasts incredible expertise among our membership. That includes Loudon County Animal Services’ Nina Stively, a forward-thinking leader who knows her way around a hot pepper and will be sharing her superhero communications skills with you at the upcoming Spring Conference for Animal Welfare on June 16-17.
Dear Colleagues, We were saddened as animal welfare conferences across the country were cancelled due to COVID-19. As a show of support and collaboration for our colleagues, we are offering registrants of these cancelled events a special discount to our Spring Conference for Animal Welfare.
Registration is now open for our Spring Conference, and we get more excited with each passing day about this chance to connect with you, the leaders and future leaders of animal welfare. We checked in with Nick Lippincott, Special Programs and Training Programs Coordinator for Orange County Animal Services and NACA board member, who will be co-presenting “Reducing Recidivism: Creating a Responsible Pet Ownership Program,” with Dan DeSousa, CAWA.
COVID-19 and the quarantine are pushing us all to re-evaluate our fundraising efforts and find new ways to keep donors engaged. The Association’s Katherine Shenar discussed this with Jim Tedford, CAWA, President and CEO for The Association, and fundraising guru Trish Dewald.
Registration opened late last week for our Virtual Spring Conference, and we cannot be more excited about this chance to connect with you, deepen our existing skills, and develop new ones. We checked in with Sarah J.