North Carolina Animal & Rabies Control Association
45th Annual Training Conference held in beautiful Carolina Beach October 17-20, 2021
AGENDA COMING SOON!!
Thu, Dec 10, 2020 3:00pm - Thu, Dec 10, 2020 4:00pm ESTPRESENTERS:Maya Gupta, Ph.D, Senior Director of Research, ASPCA Strategy and ResearchLeigh Anne Wilson, Director, ASPCA Legal Advocacy and InvestigationsREGISTER
Join our experts as they discuss the link between animal cruelty and domestic violence, the impact it has on people, pets, and the community, and how you and your organization can better respond to allegations of both domestic violence and animal cruelty.
Law enforcement, animal control officers, and anyone who responds to or otherwise is involved in working on animal cruelty or domestic violence cases.
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About the Workshop
This workshop will provide attendees with the tools needed to stay resilient as they face the day-to-day challenges of their work in the animal protection field. The workshop will provide participants with a shared language and understanding of the causes and symptoms of compassion fatigue as well as a suite of skills to become a non-anxious presence, and that can be used to build and maintain a healthy and intentional culture of skillful communication, openness, and personal responsibility. Participants will also have the opportunity to create a personal plan of action.
This webinar is geared toward those in the animal protection field, whether as volunteer or staff, in shelters, animal control/humane law enforcement, spay/neuter clinic, advocacy, sanctuary or wildlife rehabilitation, but is suitable for anyone in any caring profession.
Hilary Anne Hager has spent the last twenty years managing volunteers in animal welfare environments and currently serves as the Senior Director of Outreach and Engagement at The Humane Society of the United States. Engaging volunteers in meaningful work to make the world a more humane place is Hilary’s passion and life’s work. She teaches compassion fatigue workshops around the country to help provide members of the animal protection community the support and resources to maintain their own well-being while working in a challenging and emotionally-charged environment.
In addition to managing volunteers in shelters, Hilary has been a volunteer herself at a wildlife rehabilitation center in Washington State, and served on the board of directors for a chimpanzee sanctuary, the Washington State Federation of Animal Care and Control Agencies, and a “friends-of” non-profit group supporting the work of a municipally-operated shelter. Hilary holds a master’s degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle University.
North Carolina State Director, The Humane Society of the United States