Every staff member plays a part in a pet's length of stay - from marketing to animal care, adoptions to medical, and everything in between. The Jacksonville Humane Society's strategic, data-driven approach has succeeded in lowering the length of stay for dogs to 11 days and cats to 17 days (including foster care). In this session, you will learn how to assemble your own Long Stay Task Force, implement practical changes to your protocols and start making measurable progress towards your lifesaving goals.This webcast was recorded on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 @ 12noon Pacific / 2p Central / 3p Eastern
After watching, join us right here on Maddie's Pet Forum to continue the discussion, ask questions and exchange ideas!
This webinar will be recorded and has been pre-approved for 1.0 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credits by The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement and by the National Animal Care & Control Association.
Presenter: Lindsay Layendecker, Director of Community Partnerships
@Lindsay Layendecker is the Director of Community Partnerships at the Jacksonville Humane Society. Prior to her career in animal welfare, Lindsay was a public school teacher working with grades 6-12 in English language, creative writing, journalism and leadership. Lindsay began volunteering with Jacksonville Animal Care & Protective Services in 2010 and accepted the position of Development Manager with the Jacksonville Humane Society in 2015. In her time at JHS, Lindsay has overseen the growth of JHS's marketing and communications, grant program, humane education division, volunteer services, digital fundraising and is currently combining her passion for education and animals into implementing curriculum for Florida Leader's in Lifesaving's University. Lindsay shares her home with one clingy dog, five naughty indoor cats, and four mischievous porch cats – all of whom are incredibly spoiled. In her time off, Lindsay naps, watches crime tv, reads satirical fiction and enjoys texting memes to her dad.