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At this time, the Animal Welfare Project is a conception. Attempting to become a reality, a Board of Directors has recently been formed by community members. 501(c)(3) non-profit status has been achieved.

Vilma Frattone - Formerly head of “Terra Vision Foundation,”  supporting a stewardship of the environment, Vilma is interested in saving open space & trail systems for future generations.  This concept dovetails with the need for conserving land in order to train animals upon, so they can become productive again & be returned to the community.

Linda Adkins- A professional, multi-discipline horse trainer who also served many communities as an EMT & Firefighter, Linda’s varied interests include animal law issues.  She has worked closely with veterinarians, police, & prosecutors to advance this cause as well as many others.

Karen Galanaugh- Galanaugh & Company Public Relations, LLC. Having just served on the Board of the “National Transplant Assistance Fund” for organ transplants, Karen is an award-winning, nationally recognized Public Relations specialist who also is an advocate for animal welfare.

Carolyn Nachmias is an attorney with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP, of Philadelphia.  She is a non-profit specialist.  She is also a member of the Animal Law Committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. An animal advocate and pet owner, she is an active member of the Animal Welfare Project.