Shelly Hawley-Yan is a full-time staff member and editor for the AAC newsletter “Take Action!”. She coordinates our Project Jessie rescue network and is a Board member but does not work out of our main office. Shelly can be reached at 519-940-4712 or can answer your questions about adoptions and provide advice through her e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lia Laskaris is a full-time staff member and donor relations coordinator. She also maintains the AAC and AAEVPC websites and social media and can be reached at the office at 416-462-9541 ext: 24 or through her e-mail: email@example.com
Karen Levenson is a full-time staff and Board member. She works on a variety of wildlife issues, including the Canadian commercial seal hunt. On this issue she is a consultant with the Humane Society of the United States. She does not work out of our main office but can be reached at 519-830-4414 or through her e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz White is a full-time staff and Board member. She works on legislative matters, with her primary issues including municipal animal control by-laws and hunting issues. Liz is AAC’s fundraising coordinator and can be reached at 416-462-9541 ext:23 or through her e-mail: email@example.com
Sinikka Crosland, another long-time animal activist, joined AAC’s Board in 2007. Sinikka is Executive Director of The Canadian Horse Defence Coalition (based in Westbank, British Columbia) and co-founder, past president and advisor for The Responsible Animal Care Society (based in Kelowna, British Columbia).
Georges Dupras volunteers his time from Montreal to work on a number of different animal and environmental issues, specializing in bear and seal issues.
Barry Kent MacKay is a Director for AAC, Zoocheck Canada and the Born Free USA United with The Animal Protection Institute. He is an author and artist. Barry assists AAC primarily on various bird and wildlife issues.
Anne Streeter volunteers her time from Montreal to assist on a number of animal issues. She also volunteers for a Montreal-area “no kill” shelter.