NACA 2019 Conference – Navigating a Changing Landscape
Recorded Audio Sessions & DVDs
If you missed our exciting conference in Orlando, or would love a refresher to stay inspired and share what you learned from our line-up of experts, you can listen to recorded sessions. Downloadable audio files or audio / DVD combos are available. Listen on your computer or mobile device, from the comfort of your home, your car, or anywhere!
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On this episode NACA Executive Director John Thompson joins the podcast to discuss the recent signing of the PACT Act (The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act). For more information on the PACT Act please view the links provided below:
President Trump signs the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, which revises and expands criminal provisions with respect to animal crushing.
I hope that you enjoyed the first episode of This Week in Animal Care and Control News. With you help we will be able to expand the number of news featured in this weekly part of the NACA Podcast. If you have news happening in your community we want to hear about it. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kayla Denney video:
It is with excitement, anticipation and great honor that I now serve you as your President for 2020.
A new day begins for NACA as we strengthen our focus on the needs of our membership through better benefits, training, and alliances with state associations, and other industry partners. As I look ahead to 2020, I will be laser-focused on growing our membership, while developing new programs that will invest in your careers and future.
NACA’s true strength comes from you, our members! If you are not a member, please consider joining today and help us build a great organization that will continue to serve the men and women in animal care & control!
Please know that we value you, and we are here to help you, listen to you, and engage you. Investment in NACA, as a member, will be well worth the value.
NACA President 2019/2020