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NCAF Board of Directors and Membership Meetings in 2019

All meetings are on a Wednesday from 11am - 2pm

RSVP to office@ncanimalfederation.org

Our Mission
The mission and purpose of the North Carolina Animal Federation is to advance leadership through collaboration, professional development, legislative participation, and education for animal organizations in North Carolina.



June 19:
Hosted by: Lincoln County Animal Services

EMS
720 John Howell Memorial Drive
Lincolnton 28080

​Guest Speaker: Kristen Limbert
Senior Director of Operations, Behavioral Rehabilitation Center
Policy, Response & Engagement
ASPCA
Sponsored by ASPCA

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August 21:
Hosted by: Forsyth Humane Society

​4881 Country Club Rd

​Winston-Salem 27104

Guest Speaker: Clayton Gladieux

PawBoost Co-Founder

December 18:

Hosted by: Happy Hills Foundation

Randolph County Health Department

222 S Fayetteville Street

​Asheboro 27205

October 16:
Hosted by: Granville County Animal Services

4185 US Hwy 15 South

Oxford 27565

Guest Speaker: Michelle Bouchey, DVM

Northeast Region Emergency Programs Veterinarian

Emergency Programs Division

North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

NCAF is pleased to provide scholarship opportunities to support their members’ professional development. Scholarships may be awarded for NCAF trainings, Carolinas Unite Conference and other educational opportunities on case by case basis.

Scholarship Eligibility:
• To apply for continuing education scholarships, you must be a member of the North Carolina Animal Federation.
• Applications are accepted on a first come first serve basis and are considered by committee through a review process.
• Preference will be given to active NCAF members that are involved in committee work, participate in trainings or attend meetings.
• Scholarship recipients will be asked to write a follow-up report or make a short report at a NCAF meeting.

Recipients are also strongly encouraged to join a working committee of NCAF.
• An individual member may receive scholarship funds only once during the calendar year.
• If a scholarship recipient is unable to attend the training, the recipient must reimburse NCAF for any funds that have been paid to outside parties.
• Scholarship recipients who fail to attend the training may be ineligible to receive and scholarships in the future.

Submission:
Please e-mail your completed application and letter of support from your supervisor to Mollie Rasor, NCAF Administrative Director at office@ncanimalfederation.org