For the first time in 17 years, Animal Care and Control of Fort Wayne has gone 10 months without euthanizing a cat or kitten for space. And when Amy-Jo Sites was recently called upon to present to the City Council on proposed cuts to the agency’s budget, her thoughtful presentation fully flipped the vote.
Okay, so you’re gonna want to grab 12 minutes and listen to this convo between Vu Le, Executive Director of Nonprofit AF, and The Association’s Jim Tedford. If it’s anything like what we can expect during Vu’s keynote address at the Fall Virtual Conference, “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Hiring Philosophy and Practice,” we’re in for something special.
Fall Conference Superhero Session: “Creating a Culture of Inclusion in the Workplace” with Dr. Gena Yuvette Davis
Can you believe the Virtual Fall Conference is just over three weeks away? We can’t wait to wrap up 2020 with 3 days of reflecting, reconnecting, and restocking our supply of inspo with you. On Thursday, December 3, Gena Yuvette Davis, Psy.
In our latest podcast, guest host Jorge Ortega, Director, Guilford County Animal Services, hosts CARE President James Evans and Best Friends’ José Ocaño, Senior Director of People and Culture, in a conversation exploring ways in which the animal welfare profession can make space for marginalized voices. Here are some top takeaways from that convo—we hope they inspire you to listen to the complete podcast.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition is offering 10 $1,000 grants to the first 10 organizations who submit a qualifying video highlighting their collaborative spirit. Mark your calendars and submit by November 13.
Fall Conference Superhero Session: “Strengthening Trust & Accountability in the Workplace” with Josh Davies
Are you as excited about the Virtual Fall Conference as we are? We can’t think of a better way to wrap up 2020 with 3 days of reflecting, reconnecting and restocking our supply of inspo for the year ahead. On December 1, Josh Davies, CEO of The Center for Work Ethic Development, rounds up Day 1 with his interactive session, “Strengthening Trust & Accountability in the Workplace.
Dear Friends & Colleagues, It’s no secret that we’ve all had a pretty tough year. Between the pandemic, the spotlight that has been shone on racial injustice, and the extreme political divide in our nation, we have faced a perfect storm of sorts.
When making veterinary decisions, how do you balance the needs of the individual animal, the shelter population, the community, and your organization’s resources? Dr. Graham Brayshaw, Director of Animal Services at Animal Humane Society, walks you through a process step-by-step.
We’re about 7 weeks out from the Virtual Fall Conference, and we can’t wait for these 3 days to reflect, reconnect, and rethink how we get our good work done. The Society for Human Resource Management’s Nicole Belyna, SHRM-SCP, will share tools for crafting flexible work arrangements for hiring at all levels in her December 3 session, “Shifting to a Humane Workplace: Leveraging Workplace Flexibility.