TraSAWA Peer Packs provide leaders, with similar focus areas, the opportunity to develop great ideas, best practice recommendations and educational content.
If you have interest in joining any of these discussions, send your interest with (ONLY) your name, title, organization, e-mail, phone and which discussion topic interests you to email@example.com. If you have interest in the development of additional SAWA Peer Pack, share your thoughts and ideas to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animal Care & Control
Focus on the challenges and issue of municipal shelters.
Business Model of the Future: Economics and Ethics of Animal Sheltering
Explore the mission versus economics question and how organizations are shifting from an operational / financial model, focused on adoptions / adoption fee revenue, to models centered on other activities in support of animal welfare and different revenue streams.
Cost Per Animal
Operational professionals and chief financial officers investigate this critical indicator.
Crossing the Brink
While many organizations are no longer overwhelmed by intake from their communities, others remain inundated to the point that it is difficult to envision a different future. Leaders of “pre-brink” and “post-brink” organizations create trusting and understanding relationships to serve animals in struggling communities.
Effective Legislative Advocacy
Focus on the role SAWA could play in providing useful, non-branded materials for shared use.
Focus includes effective operations, marketing, increasing revenue, attendance, and community visibility for fundraising walks.
Recognize HR trends, changing law(s), leadership / management, succession planning, and effective policies / tools.
Managing Culture in Multi-Campus Organizations
CEOs and HR leaders working with multi-campus facilities in different geographic locations, recognizing the significant role of culture.
Members helping other members excel with transport; connecting source and destination shelters.