August 2022 Humane Highlight – Melissa Miller

The National Animal Care & Control Association
is committed to setting the standard of professionalism in animal welfare and public safety through training, networking, and advocacy.

August 5, 2022

Written by NACA


Melissa Miller
Director of St. Clair County Animal Control 

Melissa is the Director of St. Clair County Animal Control in Michigan. In addition, she is a Certified Behavior Consultant (Canine), Former Director of Detroit Animal Care and Control, and she has been active in disaster response as a Sr. Field Responder for HSUS for 8 years.

When asked what being a member of NACA means to her she told us this “To be a part of something bigger than myself, a collective that creates best practices and position statements that support my passion for creating humane, safe communities. Being a member provides access to a knowledgeable, experienced National base of colleagues who have encountered similar challenges and opportunities. The advice and collaboration within NACA are invaluable in developing my division’s mission and vision.”

Thank you, Melissa, for your dedication to the animals and people in your community and beyond, we are so thankful you are a member of NAC

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