Please join us in welcoming Maryann Regan as new executive director.
The Scituate Animal Shelter announced this week the appointment of Maryann Regan to the position of Executive Director.
Maryann, who serves on the Board of the New England Federation of Humane Societies, was most recently the Director of Shelter Operations for the Animal Rescue League of Boston and received her Masters Degree in Community Leadership from Duquesne University. Her background includes a certificate in Non-Profit Management & Leadership from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, and an Anthropology degree from UMass Boston.
We are thrilled that Maryann has joined The Scituate Animal Shelter.
Many people think of our shelter as simply a small local shelter, when in reality, we’ve become one of the most important resources for Massachusetts animals south of Boston. We’re looking to Maryann to help to steer our organization for the future, so that we can continue to thrive, and to help more animals in more ways.
The Scituate Animal Shelter found homes for 440 animals in 2016 and its welfare programs include support for elderly pet owners, a pet food pantry, aid in locating missing pets, and low cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinics.
Please join us in welcoming Maryann.