Changing the Way We Work: Experiences with the Elements from Pilot Shelter Directors

August, 26, 2021

The old way of animal services is transforming as we speak but change comes with challenges and success. Hear from innovative shelter directors why they want to change the way they run their shelters, how their perceptions have changed, and so much more. Join us for an engaging conversation between HASS pilot shelter directors, Mike Wheeler of Cabot Animal Support Services in Arkansas, Shelly Simmons of Greenville County Animal Care in South Carolina, Ann Dunn from Oakland Animal Services in California, and Jorge Ortega from Guilford County Animal Shelter in North Carolina, led by Gina Knepp, HASS Executive Committee member and National Shelter Engagement Director at Michelson Found Animals. Learn what these industry leaders think the biggest challenges will be in the future, and what they think animal services will look like with HASS elements being successfully implemented in more and more shelters across the globe. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear directly from these amazing leaders and organizations.

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