We love seeing so many of our members, colleagues and friends at our own conferences, but realize some people may never make it to one of our events. Because of this, we’ve committed to more and more high-quality executive level learning opportunities throughout the country.
Jim Tedford, CAWA, is President and CEO of the Society of Animal Welfare Administrators.
You may already know that SAWA hosts two conferences each year — and in my humble opinion, they’re great! But we do much more than just conferences, and in the years ahead, we have plans to go even further. One of those plans is professional development for executive-level leaders.
Dear Friends, This likely won’t be the first time you’ve heard me talk about (brag about?) SAWA’s network and the tremendous value it brings to our members each and every day. I don’t apologize for my pride in the group because, quite frankly, I have built a 32-year career with my network at its foundation.
“SAWA is an Association made up of professionals in the fields of Animal Welfare and Animal Care & Control – the people who “walk the talk” each and every day to make communities better for animals and people alike. And, as always, we welcome your feedback.
Dear friends, In any organization or association, cooperation and collaboration are two vital elements to the success of the whole. Because we don’t really compete with each other, sharing our successes, near successes and well, the things that didn’t even sniff success make us all better.