Social Change 101
About this Webinar
Learn how animal welfare fits into larger social change in order to successfully reach groups you have not previously served—or would like to serve better. Find ways to create community engagement that is meaningful to everyone and advances your organization’s mission. You can listen to this webinar at your convenience, any time 24/7.
Don’t Miss Part II! Social Change 201 expands on the material presented here to take you to the next level with your community engagement.
By the end of this webinar, you can develop an understanding about:
- What is social change and what is its place in animal welfare?
- What can we learn from other successful social change movements?
- Is there a formula for solving social problems?
This webinar is useful for animal welfare professionals who want a deeper understanding of what social change is and how we can apply the philosophy and practices of social change to solve some of the complex challenges in the animal protection field.
Since 2006, Mills has served as CEO of Emancipet, a nonprofit working to build an affordable veterinary care system to serve the underserved. Under her leadership, Emancipet has opened seven low-cost pet health clinics in five cities—Austin, Pflugerville, Killeen, and Houston, TX, and Philadelphia, PA—and launched a national social change training program. Mills is passionate about solving social problems through her service as a board member, volunteer and consultant to other nonprofits.
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