Humane Society hires interim directorMay 1, 2013
From local sources
The Dubois County Humane Society has hired Cara Ward as interim executive director.
The goal of the interim director is to identify the immediate needs of the organization from a staff and volunteer perspective, according to board President Mary Saalman. In collaboration with the board of directors, Ward will drive a growing volunteer program, identify opportunities for organizational development and expand service and adoption opportunities for the public.
“With the recent reorganization efforts led by the governing board, this is an exciting time for expanded volunteer efforts and public involvement in the mission of the Humane Society,” Ward said.
Ward earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations and advertising from Butler University in 2006, the same year she began working for BR Associates in the marketing department. She has served as marketing manager and benefits manager tor BR Associates and also has experience in event planning and public speaking.
Ward lives in Jasper with her husband, Brad, daughter, Finley, and their 6-year-old rescue dog, Quincy.
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