Christie Rogero has worked in the animal welfare field since 2004, in areas ranging from HQHV clinics and trap-neuter-return (TNR) to door-to-door community outreach and feline behavior programming. At Philadelphia-area organizations, she managed mobile spay/neuter programs and developed and implemented multi-year, targeted feline spay/neuter plans. Christie also worked extensively on model 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. In 2015, Christie joined the Jackson Galaxy Project (JGP), a Signature Program of GreaterGood.org. In 2016, she helped to develop and roll out Cat Pawsitive, the JGP’s flagship behavior training program for cats in shelters and rescue groups. Christie serves on the board of Temple Cats and on the advisory board of the Harcum College Veterinary Nursing program. She and her husband are the proud parents of several indoor cats and a small colony of community cats.