NEVADA – In a special meeting today, the Nevada Humane Society (NHS) announced the hiring of Jerleen Bryant as its interim CEO. The decision was made by the NHS’ new board president, Ray Gonzalez, following the recent resignation of Greg Hall, the previous CEO.
According to the Advisory Board, Hall’s resignation was due to concerns regarding shelter operations, personnel issues, and finances. NHS employees have also revealed several disturbing incidents, including the death of a one and a half pound kitten named Tootsie Pop after three eye surgeries, a cat that was left unsupervised overnight and died in its own waste, and a cat that was euthanized after having the wrong leg amputated.
Bryant, who was previously the CEO of the Maui Humane Society, will be stepping into her new role immediately. It is hoped that she will be able to help the NHS address its internal issues and continue its mission of helping animals in need.
The NHS has urged anyone with information about the shelter’s operations or financial management to come forward. They can contact the NHS directly or submit information through Crime Stoppers.
Credits: Fox Reno
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