Founder & Executive Director
Eric S. Greene, cultural anthropologist, social entrepreneur, artist.
Board of Directors
Gala Argent, Ph.D., Treasurer, theoretical archaeologist, Eastern Kentucky University; Sacramento City College; expert in human-horse relationships.
Eric S. Greene, President, cultural anthropologist, social entrepreneur, artist.
Sarah Stevens, Secretary, health-based curricula development expert; nonprofit consultant.
Joshua Coleman, Ph.D., psychologist, author, Senior Fellow at Council on Contemporary Families, expert on estrangement (bio coming soon)
Jonathan Cristaldi, marketing copywriter for WineAccess; lecturer, Napa Valley Wine Academy; marketing professional (bio coming soon)
Eliott Dorff, Rabbi, Ph.D., rector, distinguished professor of philosophy at American Jewish University; professor, UCLA School of Law; author on family relationships.
Denise L. Eger, Rabbi, D.D., board member and former president, Central Conference of American Rabbis; founding rabbi, Congregation Kol Ami; supports LGBTQIA families
Benjamin Forer, Esq., deputy district attorney of Los Angeles County; lecturer at University of Southern California, privacy law.
Heather Fraser, Ph.D., Social Work and Social Planning at Flinders University (Australia); special interest in women and children (bio coming soon)
Pierre Gider, Ph.D., sports biology in dancing, University of Graz (Austria), Special Olympics International.
Matthew Kenney, leading plant-based chef, author, educator and restaurateur.
Lisa Lunghofer, Ph.D., executive director, Making Good Work; program development and evaluation in the areas of child and family wellbeing, and animal welfare.
Jessica Pierce, Ph.D., bioethicist and author on health care systems, environmental degradation, health, and human-animal interactions.
Boria Sax, Ph.D., author; scholar on human-animal relations; former National Coordinator for Eastern Europe at Amnesty International.
Rochelle Stevenson, project coordinator, Animal and Interpersonal Abuse Research Group, University of Windsor.
Nik Taylor, Ph.D., associate professor, Sociology, Flinders University, Australia; scholar on human-animal relationships.
updated November 4, 2019