Manager, The Jackson Galaxy Project and Cat Pawsitive
Christie Rogero has worked in the nonprofit sector since 1997 and in the animal welfare field since 2004. At Philadelphiaarea organizations, she managed mobile spayneuter programs and developed and implemented multiyear, targeted feline spayneuter plans. Christie also worked extensively on model trapneuterreturn TNR legislation for local municipalities, and on several community cat initiatives to expand training opportunities and TNR resources for community cat caregivers. In addition, she managed the Pets for Life Camden program, providing access to veterinary services in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in the country. Her efforts in Camden led to recruitment by the Humane Society of the United States HSUS for the national Pets for Life program, where she worked until joining the Jackson Galaxy Project in 2015. Christie serves on the board of Temple Cats and on the advisory board of the Harcum College veterinary technology program. She and her husband are the proud parents of several indoor cats and a small colony of community cats.