Lucy’s House for the Prevention of Homeless Pets, Inc.
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
As a board we have all come together to help keep pets in their homes by creating a pet food shelf and a fund for emergency veterinary bills for pet owners so that we can reduce the number of pets abandoned or surrendered. We believe in keeping families together.
Executive Director, Grant Writer
Ph,D + 30
Owner of: Sunglow Literacy Consulting
Jan has worked in public and private schools teaching students with learning disabilities as a special educator and reading specialist for over thirty years years. She has spoken nationally regarding language and learning disabilities for years at conferences. She has also foster parented for North Country Animal League in Morristown and been involved in animal rescue for years.
Majors: Forensics Psychology, Criminal Justice
Sierra has been involved with her family in foster parenting young feline mothers and their kittens as well as other rescue work with animals. She also has volunteered with North Country Animal League in Morristown, Vermont.
Bachelor of Science Degree Sterling College
Concentration: Environmental Ecology, Conservation, Sustainability
Byron has volunteered at the North Country Animal League shelter in Morristown, Vermont and has foster parented with his family for this organization. He is actively involved in environmental causes and sustainability.
Sandy has worked in private and public schools teaching students with learning and language disabilities as a special educator and reading specialist for over twenty years. She has spoken nationally on reading and learning disabilities. Sandy is an avid humanitarian and yoga instructor.
Anne has worked for a nonprofit agency and has a degree in math. She has over twenty years experience in fund raising and budgeting for organizations. She has also been involved in animal rescue and helping foster parent animals.
Yvonne has worked for a corporation and has also worked for the airlines. She is a self proclaimed artist with creative energy that helps support Lucy’s House. It has been through Yvonne’s funding on behalf of her deceased cat, Winter, that Lucy’s House was able to gain tax exempt status with the federal government.
High School student
Shina has volunteered her time by working at our tables for pet food drives and in distributing pet food in the community. She has long been a supporter of animal rescue and has helped her family foster parent many young feline mothers and their babies.
Priscilla volunteers bagging pet food for Lucy’s House and helps distribute it a local food shelf.