Our board members have played a variety of roles over the years. As the needs of the shelter evolve, the board adapts to meet those new challenges.
40 years ago, our board members regularly worked as hands-on volunteers in the shelter. At the time, there was no need for them to work on a capital campaign. Fast forward to today, and our needs have changed dramatically. Our new technologically advanced world demands that we have members with website experience and social media savvy. We also look for new members with the connections and skills that will help us meet our goals.
A perfect fit
We consider a number of factors when we choose new members for our Board of Directors, including:
- their interest in the proper care and stewardship of abused and abandoned animals
- their fit with our current initiatives
- the strength of their community contacts
Each board member gives the shelter about four hours of their time every month. Some board members also contribute by joining individual committees .
Do you have the skills we need? Contact us to find out more about joining our Board of Directors.
2021/2022 Board of Directors
Jenny Allen, President
Human Resources Analyst, EfficiencyOne
Aaron Veinotte, Vice President & Secretary
Senior Brand Strategist, Medavie
Christine Latter Stratton, Treasurer
Accountant, Municipal Enterprises
Stacey Langley Chisholm, Past President
Chartered Accountant, Director of Planning & Budgeting, Eastlink
Quality Assurance Analyst, BGIS
Administrative & Marketing Assistant, Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia
Videographer/Animator/Editor, Revolve Branding & Marketing
Fund Development Manager, Chalice (Canada)
Former Clinical Nurse Educator, QEII Health Sciences Centre
Bioveterinary Science Student, Dalhousie Agricultural Campus
Senior Crown Attorney, Public Prosecution Service
Communications Specialist, Halifax Chamber of Commerce
Director, Procurement Operations – Goods, Service & Construction, Service Nova Scotia – Internal Service, Government of Nova Scotia
RCMP Liaison to NS Department of Justice
Thom Williams, CLU, CMP, CAEd
Educational Volunteer, Faculty of Open Learning & Career Development, Dalhousie University