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Jill Kline

Jill Kline is Vice President of Community Impact Programs at the Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS). Jill joined the WHS team in 2006 and leads the organization’s legislative work and youth and outreach programs, including its Pets for Life program. In 2012, Jill received the United Way of Greater Milwaukee’s “Philanthropic Five” award, which recognizes community leaders who give, advocate and volunteer for change throughout the nonprofit community, and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Service from Marquette University.  Prior to joining the WHS team, Jill worked at social service organizations assisting families affected by poverty and violence.

Content by Jill Kline

  • Blog Post

    A new approach to community connections

    The Wisconsin Humane Society uses positive experiences in the shelter as a springboard for trust in the community

    I want to tell you about a family that we at the Wisconsin Humane Society met in 2014. On the surface, the family might have seemed like unlikely partners, but our experience with this family reminded us that the people we serve are not barriers to us achieving our mission, but are in fact an integral part of it.

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