AmPA No-Kill Conference 2012: Guest Speaker Cheryl Schneider from Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

by austinpetsalive • Posted in: Awareness/ PR, Conferences

Introducing the next guest speaker at our February American Pets Alive Conference: Cheryl Schneider, Director of Animal Services at Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter.

Cheryl currently oversees the open admission shelter with a great track record in saving lives – just this past December they achieved a save rate of 92 percent. She’ll be speaking about the challenges and changes the shelter has faced as they’ve worked to increase their live outcome rate over the years.

If you haven’t yet signed up to attend the conference, now is the time! We’ll be sharing our speaker and presentation schedule soon.

American Pets Alive No-Kill Seminar 2012

  • Location: Radisson Hotel & Suites, 111 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, TX
  • Dates of the seminar: Saturday (2/25) 9am-6pm, Sunday (2/26) 9am-6pm, and Monday (2/27) 9am-1pm
  • Lunch will be provided on Saturday and Sunday

Hotel accommodations: Attendees can get a room at the Radisson for $119 per night by calling 512-478-9611 or 800-333-3333 and mention the American Pets Alive! Seminar. Or go to www.radisson.com/austintx/ and use the promotional code PALIVE

Details for registration can be found at http://americanpetsalive.eventbrite.com. For any questions regarding the conference, please email email hidden; JavaScript is required.


One Response to "AmPA No-Kill Conference 2012: Guest Speaker Cheryl Schneider from Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter"

  1. Robin Snydersays: January 16, 2012 at 9:35 pm

    Keep working hard Pets Alive! We need you!

    “A life worth saving”
    Please read and share with any social media; it is very important
    http://www.examiner.com/nonprofit-business-in-national/a-life-worth-saving

    “Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.”
    ― Martin Luther King Jr.