Spring Conference Superhero Session: “Reducing Recidivism” with Nick Lippincott and Dan DeSousa

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. Recently retired, Desousa is the former Director of the County of San Diego Department of Animal Services. 

Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect at this juicy session—in addition to finding out how much $$ you can save the courts and how much $$ you can bring into your organization. Just your basic superhero stuff…

Number One Reason You Should Attend This Session

Lippincott sums it up perfectly: “One session, 1 topic, 2 experts, 2 great comparative viewpoints, a blueprint for success regardless of your role in the profession.”

Juicy and Important Thing You Will Learn

“You’ll leave knowing how we’ve been successfully turning frequent rule breakers into neighborhood advocates,” promises Lippincott, “and how you can do it, too.”

Superhero Skills You Will Gain During This Session

“The superhuman ability to tear down the walls of misunderstanding!”

Why This Session Is So Important To Our World Right Now

“When you can no longer provide in-person sessions” says Lippincott, “looks like it may be time to go virtual!”

Register & Learn More

Conference Brochure (.pdf)
Register Here
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