The Project Pooch would like to welcome Sarah Bradham as our incoming Executive Director! Sarah brings more than 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and is a modern day nonprofit Renaissance woman. She has hands-on experience in everything from strategic planning, development, and event planning, to the day-to-day details of budgeting, graphic design, and communications. Sarah joins us most recently after serving as the Executive Director of Mazamas, a nonprofit mountaineering education organization based in Portland, Oregon.
It is Sarah’s connection to her own pup, Quiggley, that demonstrates her heart for vulnerable animals and providing second chances. While working in the trenches cleaning cages and hosing kennels as a volunteer at the Oregon Humane Society, she met Quiggley and it was love at first sight. Sarah understands the redemptive and educational qualities of dogs as well as the need for opportunity for growth and change in the lives of incarcerated youth.
Over the past year, the Project Pooch board invested in the future of our organization by working with Page Two Partners to define the needs for new leadership and the vision of POOCH. The board believes in Sarah’s abilities to help lead Project Pooch into a thriving future.
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