Humane Society of Washington County Announces Resignation of Kimberley Intino
The Humane Society of Washington County (HSWC) announces that Kimberley Intino has resigned from her position as President/CEO following just over 5 years of service. During her tenure, Ms. Intino assisted in the development and opening of a 6,800 square foot Adoption Center and Spay/Neuter Clinic and the introduction of numerous life-saving programs.
“Certain opportunities have aligned that will allow me to fully pursue my passion of fundraising for animals, including achieving the designation of Certified Fund Raising Executive. My time at HSWC was life-changing,” said Ms. Intino. “I wish everyone there the absolute best and look forward to their continued success.”
HSWC sincerely thanks Ms. Intino for her service and wishes her well in her future endeavors.
During this transition, HSWC is committed to maintaining the high level of quality animal care and service that the community has come to know and expect. HSWC is grateful for the public’s enduring support and encourages individuals to continue volunteering, fostering, adopting, and donating so that together we can continue to save lives.
Within the coming weeks, HSWC’s Board of Directors will launch a nationwide search to identify the organization’s next leader. During this time, Crystal Mowery, HSWC’s Field Services Director, and Colin Berry, HSWC’s Development Director, will serve as the shelter’s Interim Co- Executive Directors.
The Humane Society of Washington County exists to promote the welfare of companion and domestic animals through educational programs and initiatives that reduce pet overpopulation, endorse fostering, enrich adoptions, and encourage responsible pet guardianship.