Ron Bartnett Rich Braune Terry Brechtel Lynnell Burkett Richard Burr, Ph.D. Rosie Chavez Max Golman Christian Ledoux Beth Morgan Ann Reeder Jessica Flynn Saldana Hilary Saunders Mary Stefl, Ph.D. Aleida Villarreal
Ensures organizational efficiency by organizing, planning and supervising the programs related to the operation of the adoption center, surgical department, receiving department, and animal care department
Responsible for the well being and humane treatment of animals on and off site
Supervises building and ground maintenance, purchases supplies and equipment and is responsible for proper maintenance and use of equipment
Acts as liaison with cooperative veterinary programs
Coordinates cooperative programs with other agencies
Oversees customer service
Plans, coordinates and implements new projects in regards to shelter operations
Provides and ensures staff training and development
Manage the San Antonio Humane Society’s accounting department providing information, primarily financial in nature, about all company activities that will assist management, its board members and other users in making educated economic decisions about the SAHS's future
Oversee's the activities of the accounting department for the accurate and timely dissemination of financial management reports
Ensure the accurate and timely processing and management of all accounts payable and accounts receivable
Establishes and maintains systems and controls that verify the integrity of all systems, processes and data, and enhance the company's value
Assure's corporate income tax compliance to assure the accurate and timely completion of all corporate income tax returns taking full advantage of all favorable tax codes
Responsible for clinic, surgery and foster supervisors, transfer/intake, veterinary assistants and front desk staff
In charge of the day-to-day operations for the medical facilities and support the SAHS in ensuring the overall financial and emotional health of the organization, as well as supporting that the organization is meeting its goals and mission
The Transfer and Intake team determines the shelter’s adoptable animal vacancy and works with other shelters, rescues, and the public to fill adoptable pet space. They are responsible for documenting and evaluating the health status and temperament of the animals prior to intake. For more information about shelter intake, please click here!
The Human Resources Coordinators provide administrative support to the Director of Human Resources and the President/CEO on all personnel matters. Responsible for assisting with all HR related topics to include processing payroll.
Christina Salinas - Foster Technician, Daniel Taylor - Foster Technician
The foster team supervises and executes the SAHS foster program, which consists of a network of volunteers whose purpose is to care for shelter animals outside the shelter in designated situations. For more information about joining our foster team, please click here!
The SA Humane Society performs spay/neuter surgery on approximately 20,000 animals per year with a handful of dedicated veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants, volunteers, and Associate Veterinarians working as a unified team under our Chief Veterinarian. These hardworking individuals work constantly against the struggle with San Antonio’s pet overpopulation. For more information about spay/neuter please click here!
The SA Humane Society employs part-time and full-time veterinary technicians to help in the care of our animals. They are responsible for documenting and evaluating the health status and temperament of the animals in our care. This includes providing appropriate medical care and screening of all incoming and adopted animals.
The SA Humane Society employs part-time and full-time veterinary assistants to help in the daily care and upkeep of our shelter animals. They are responsible for maintaining a clean and stress-free environment for all animals during their stay in the medical building.
The medical front desk team works collaboratively with all individuals in the shelter to help serve the public and facilitate the smooth flow of intake, surgery, and wellness clinics. They are responsible for data entry, public education, and monetary interactions.
The Brooks Spay/Neuter Clinic performs low-cost alterations for the public, other shelters, and rescue groups. They also perform wellness clinics with discounted services. This dedicated staff of under 10 individuals works 5-6 days a week against the struggle with San Antonio’s pet overpopulation. For more information about spay/neuter please click here!
The SA Humane Society employs part-time and full-time adoption counselors/customer service representatives to help in the care of our animals. They are responsible for preparing pets and their paperwork for adoption, providing accurate information and friendly service to the public, and screening potential pet adopters.
The SA Humane Society employs part-time and full-time kennel technicians to help in the care of our animals. They are responsible for general care and maintenance of the shelter animals. This includes feeding, cleaning, disinfecting and grooming. They also assist in the process of introducing potential pet adopters to the many pets.