As former shelter outreach and policy engagement director at the Humane Society of the United States, Kim Alboum worked to create nationwide partnerships, resulting in the placement of thousands of animals who were victims of animal cruelty and natural disasters. Kim also worked with HSUS state directors to strengthen relationships between community animal shelters and animal advocates. Prior to this role, Kim served as an HSUS state director, working with local law enforcement agencies to shut down more than 20 puppy mills in North Carolina, resulting in the rescue of nearly 1,800 dogs and puppies. Kim has a special place in her heart for French bulldogs; she lives with three and volunteers for Chicago French Bulldog Rescue.
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