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Board and Staff

Board & Staff

STAFF

  • Vicki Davis, CAWA tchs@cloudnet.com
    In her role as Executive Director of Tri-County Humane Society, Vicki provides expertise, management skills, and leadership in the implementation of TCHS policies and programs, and to further the mission of TCHS within the limits of the articles of incorporation, by-laws, and policies established by the Board of Directors.
    She provides overall leadership and management of the Society and reports to the Board of Directors. Primary responsibilities include strategic planning implementation, fundraising, budgeting and financial management, staff direction and development, and collaboration with other agencies. The Executive Director supervises key managers and oversees program development and evaluation, operations, finance, marketing, and public relations.
    The Executive Director also serves as the Shelter's Chief Operating Officer.

  • Marit Ortega, (320) 252-0896 ext. 28, give@tricountyhumanesociety.org
    Marit spends most of her time building relationships with friends of TCHS through public and personal engagement activities. In addition she manages donor appreciation and acknowledgment and the donor database system.
    Marit manages and coordinate fundraisers, including the annual Woofstock Companion Walk, Wine, Kibbles & Bids dinner and silent auction benefit, Santa Paws holiday portrait fundraiser and Administrative Professionals Day flower delivery fundraiser. She plans, coordinates and assists in fundraising efforts, including grant writing, with the Executive Director and with the Board of Directors. She drafts or manages communication materials including press releases, appeal letters, social media, website and newsletter content, mass emails, and other printed materials.

  • Kate Kompas, (320) 252-0896 ext. 27, volunteer@tricountyhumanesociety.org
    Volunteers are essential to everything TCHS does. Kate trains and manages nearly 1,000 volunteers, including a team of humane education volunteers.
    TCHS volunteers provide hands-on animal care such as grooming, exercising, and socializing the animals while they wait for their new homes. In addition, volunteers assist with kennel cleaning, general housekeeping, and customer service. Other volunteer opportunities include off-site adoption events, animal photography, office work/data entry, yard work, building maintenance, newsletter mailings, fundraising events, humane education and pet visits at schools and day cares, senior care pet therapy visits, veterinary medicine, and committee work.

Our Impact in 2017:

  • Animals Adopted

    2,746

  • Animals Fostered

    1,208

  • Animals Spayed/Neutered

    1,699

  • Spay/Neuter Clinics Hosted

    45

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