Lee Greenwood is a Legislative Attorney for Best Friends Animal Society, a national animal welfare organization based in Kanab, Utah. Best Friends is the only national group dedicated to ending the unnecessary killing of companion animals in our nation’s shelter systems. Lee has worked in the legislative world for his entire career, starting out in Washington, DC working for the Senate Judiciary and Senate Budget committees. He also worked for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy in Alexandria, VA as an attorney, helping to enact the organization’s priorities on the state and federal levels. Prior to joining Best Friends, he worked as a lawyer and senior policy analyst for a state representative Massachusetts, where he lives. In his current role, he focuses on local, state and federal legislation related to dogs and cats. In addition to his work for Best Friends, Lee volunteers with various Boston and Washington-based animal adoption organizations with his wife, Lori, his son, Max, and his dog, Kaya.
Saturday, July 15, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Lifesaving Legislation: Advocacy Efforts Related to Puppy Mills, Pit Bull Terriers and Cats