Shelter Data: How to Get It, Use It and Read It

March 2019 by Rory Adams, Executive Director, Tucson Pets Alive!

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 33:36

Shelter Data: How to Get It, Use It and Read It

Rory Adams, Executive Director at Tucson Pets Alive!, gives an in-depth presentation on shelter data: how to get it, read it, and use it to influence change. This presentation was recorded by Maddie's Fund® at the 2019 American Pets Alive! Conference.

About Rory Adams

Rory Adams is the Executive Director of Tucson Pets Alive!, a non-profit organization that helped to bring Tucson to no-kill status in 2018. Previously, he served as the director of a small animal shelter that helped save pets at risk of being killed in the municipal shelter. Rory also worked for Maddie's Fund for several years in roles that included dog program coordinator and education specialist. He also developed the Maddie's® Apprenticeship and Fellowship programs to train shelter professionals on no-kill best practices. Rory's areas of expertise and interest include systems learning for animal welfare, achieving live outcomes for animals with medical and behavioral challenges, and the intersection between social justice and animal welfare.


 

Shelter Data: How to Get It, Use It and Read It

Rory Adams, Executive Director at Tucson Pets Alive!, gives an in-depth presentation on shelter data: how to get it, read it, and use it to influence change. This presentation was recorded by Maddie's Fund® at the 2019 American Pets Alive! Conference.

About Rory Adams

Rory Adams is the Executive Director of Tucson Pets Alive!, a non-profit organization that helped to bring Tucson to no-kill status in 2018. Previously, he served as the director of a small animal shelter that helped save pets at risk of being killed in the municipal shelter. Rory also worked for Maddie's Fund for several years in roles that included dog program coordinator and education specialist. He also developed the Maddie's® Apprenticeship and Fellowship programs to train shelter professionals on no-kill best practices. Rory's areas of expertise and interest include systems learning for animal welfare, achieving live outcomes for animals with medical and behavioral challenges, and the intersection between social justice and animal welfare.


 

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