Board of Directors
President; B.S. Medical Microbiology and Immunology, M.B.A.
Experienced in: Animal welfare legislation, positive reinforcement training, primate research issues, and nonprofit management
Vice President; B.S. in Public Policy & Administration
Experienced in: Fundraising, non-profit management, and leadership
Secretary; BS in Spanish, MA in Microbiology
Experienced in: Animal rescue, pharmaceutical drug development, Spanish language, and microbiology
Tabitha Zehms grew up in a house full of rescued pets and wildlife, and the experience has led her to become an active voice in the promotion of their welfare. Tabitha has spent many volunteer hours with the humane societies of Oshkosh and Dane County and a Green Bay area lost pet search group. She regularly writes her government representatives to remind them of the needs of wild and domestic animals alike, and has helped fundraise for local animal shelters. Her professional experience in the pharmaceutical industry provides her with an understanding of the current drug application system, the clinical animal trials it requires, and the inherent need for--and lack of--adequate care for these animals after their service in medical research.
Experienced in: Nonprofit accounting and management
Greene is an accountant with six years of experience in nonprofit accounting. She assists in developing budgets and reviewing financial documents for Primates Incorporated. Her financial and budget skills will help Primates Incorporated reach its goals at a faster pace.
Master of Professional Studies in Public Relations and Corporate Communications
John advises a number of nonprofits, foundations and responsible businesses as a member of Waggener Edstrom Worldwide’s social innovation practice. He also serves as a research fellow at the Center for Social Impact Communication where he is the creator of the award-winning Social Strategist Project, an original multimedia series of 60 interviews with some of the most innovative thinkers and doers who frequently work in non-traditional ways to invoke social impact.
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