NACA is Leading Conversations – Join Us!

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.

July 26, 2022

Written by NACA

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NACA is pleased to be able to bring you another level of training and engagement for officers, by officers! We hope you will join NACA each month for our new series –LEADing Conversations! We will be facilitating a conversation, presentations, and Q&A on topics YOU want to hear and learn about!! Free and open to everyone. Limited seating to be sure to visit the NACA calendar of events to register for your sessions TODAY!! 

2022 Schedule:

Stay tuned…we are working on the line up for 2023! Have a topic you would like to see? Email us naca@nacanet.org

Stay safe!

Jerrica Owen, CAWA, ACO I, ACO II
Executive Director

 

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