OPA Under New Leadership

OPA Under New Leadership

January 1, 2021, Operation Pets Alive’s new Board of Directors took the reins! We would like to take this opportunity to welcome and introduce OPA’s new Board to you.

  • Amy Cullum (President)
  • Jane Holman (Secretary)
  • Deidre Northcott (Treasurer)
  • Deanna Ooley (Member at large)

Many of our new board members have held significant leadership roles within our organization for several years. Most also participated in a recent effort to complete OPA’s Business Plan for 2021. We have confidence that OPA’s new board will continue to shape the life-saving role that rescue organizations can play in helping homeless animals. We are excited to see our community continue to grow in their respect for the human animal bond and their desire to assure that cats and dogs are safe and thriving in our community.

We thank all the countless volunteers who gave their time and talents; our dedicated community partners (veterinarian clinics, pet supply stores, and so many local businesses), and we are in great debt to all our generous donors. We have no way to adequately name all those whose contributions have enabled our live-saving work. We have seen so many positive changes in Montgomery County. It is our hope that our community will become even more accommodating to pets as we continue to embrace the important role that our pets play in our lives.

We wish the Incoming OPA Board and all the current (and soon-to-be) volunteers and supporters the best. We are confident that Operation Pets Alive will continue to be an asset to our community and will continue to “Help People Save Pets”.