About This Event
PAN is excited to present the second panel in our Speaker Series, Our Skills, Our Movement: Using all talents for activism, moderated by William Rivas-Rivas, director of Philanthropy at Animal Equality.
This wonderful panel discussion features four diverse panelists who are using their unique talents for the animals.
Your pay-what-you-can ticket donation (suggested $10) will help us reach our goal of saving 7,200 animals in 2022.
Jo-Anne McArthur is an award-winning photojournalist, sought-after speaker, and the founder of We Animals Media. She has been documenting the plight of animals on all seven continents for almost two decades. She is the author of three books and was the subject of Canadian filmmaker Liz Marshall's acclaimed documentary, The Ghosts in Our Machine.
Andrea Polanco holds an MSc in animal welfare science from the University of Guelph, where she is currently finishing her PhD on the welfare of laboratory monkeys. Her activism led her to discover the animal advocacy organization Faunalytics, where she volunteered as a science writer prior to starting her formal role as a Research Scientist.
Anjali Sareen is an attorney with 10 years of experience, with 8 of those being in the commercial sector in intellectual property, data privacy, and commercial contracts. Anjali currently works with non-profits in exactly the same way she used to work with commercial businesses: by advising on anything they may need from a legal, operational standpoint.
Sha-Hanna Soaper has a Bachelor of General Studies with minors in Kinesiology and Fitness Instruction. She has earned two credentials in business, including a Master of Business Administration with the University of Southern Indiana and a Technical Certificate in Business Administration from Ivy Tech. She is licensed in real estate, certified in personal training, and is a certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach