Stafford Animal Shelter in Livingston is pleased to introduce its new Executive Director, Steve Leach. Leach comes to Stafford with a strong business background and a lifelong love of animals. He believes his extensive experience as a marketing executive for some of the nation’s top magazine publishers (including Time, Inc., Hearst, and Conde Nast) will translate well into promoting Stafford and the important work it does.
Leach is impressed with the facility at Stafford, its dedicated and caring staff and board, the cadre of compassionate volunteers, and the services Stafford provides the community. “One of my first visitors was a veterinarian who has worked at Stafford and other shelters. He told me that for most animals that end up here, it’s the best day of their lives. I am committed to ensuring that statement remains true. I couldn’t be more proud or excited to be joining the Stafford team and to have the opportunity to make a difference.”
Board President, Sue Dailey, says Stafford shares Leach’s enthusiasm. “The members of the SAS board feel very fortunate to have Steve on board as our new Executive Director. His wealth of experience and enthusiasm will be a great addition to the Stafford team!” Stafford Animal Shelter, built in 1999, is there for you when your pet is lost, you’re ready to adopt a friend for life, or have animal behavior questions. The only nonprofit animal shelter in Park County, they serve the people and pets of the greater Southwestern Montana community as the only Shelter in the region that accepts all lost or unwanted pets; not just dogs and cats but small and exotic pets too. Stop by 3 Business Park Road east of Livingston Tuesday through Saturday between noon and 5 pm to meet the new Executive Director and the many pets waiting for homes – from puppies to parrots to barn cats to bunnies. To contact the new director, phone 406/222-1311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.