Director of Policy, Companion Animals, The Humane Society of the United States
As Policy Director for Companion Animals at The Humane Society of the United States, Lindsay Hamrick works to support local, state and federal policies protecting pets and supporting the people who love them. She holds a M.S. in Animals & Public Policy from Tufts Veterinary School and was previously the New Hampshire State Director for HSUS, passing stronger animal cruelty laws at the state level. Prior to her role in advocacy, she spent a decade as Chief Operating Officer, overseeing operations at three of New Hampshire’s animal shelters. As a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Lindsay has deployed to assist victims of dogfighting and puppy mills and regularly volunteers at her local animal shelter. She is currently owned by three dogs, one disgruntled cat, three rescued cockfighting birds, three laying hens and, depending on the month, about 10,000 honeybees.
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