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leadership & Management

Chief Lifesaving Officer

Jason Gluck

Board of Directors

Steve Macht, Chairman
Charles Jamieson, Vice President
Shirley Martinez de Villa, Secretary

 

 Members at Large

Jordan Bernstein
Linda Gore
Kimberly Guilfoyle
Sallie Korman
Ed O’Sullivan
Meg Weinberger

Jason Gluck

Chief Livesaving Officer

jgluck@furryfriendsadoption.org

Jason made his career as a seasoned entertainment executive and media innovator for some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Jason was instrumental in the team that catapulted Miley Cyrus and the Disney Channel Original Series, Hannah Montana to international fame. He helped shape Hannah Montana into one of the most high profile and valuable brands, resulting in coveted industry awards, including The Webby Awards, Popstar and Davey Awards, among others.
Jason is a thought leader in animal welfare and his vision, dedication and love for animals have put Furry Friends on the national map. As one of the state’s leading shelter executives, Jason serves as an advisor and mentor to the animal welfare community and is the only leader in South Florida on the Steering Committee for Florida Leaders In Lifesaving, a coalition of shelters throughout the state focused on decreasing the euthanasia of dogs and cats in shelters.  This year, Jason was awarded the Shelter Hero Leadership Award by Bissell Pet Foundation in partnership with Petsmart Charities. This award acknowledges the strength, determination and compassion of animal shelters leaders who go above and beyond the call of duty. 

Dr. Victoria Koehler

Medical Director

Dr. Koehler received her undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology from Tufts University in Boston. Dr. Koehler then went on to Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, NY for her veterinary degree. After vet school, Dr. Koehler moved down to South Florida where she has worked in general practice, community/shelter medicine, and HVHQSN surgery. She is also certified in canine physical therapy and rehab through the University of Tennessee’s CCRP program.

Dr. Koehler’s professional interests include shelter medicine, surgery, wound care, and increasing access to vet care. 

Janelle Marrone

Shelter Manager, Jupiter

 

Dr.Beth Keser

Clinic Director, Jupiter

 

Jess Grand

Chief of Staff

 

Gabriella Gluck

Programs Manager

 

Rebekah Kennon

Volunteer Manager

 

Lisa Marek

Clinic Administrator 

 

Niki Gottesman

Offsite Adoption and Events Manager

 

Kim Bailey

Animal Pathway Coordinator

 

Lacey Wiles

Admissions and Transport Manager

 

Judy Haile

Thrift Store Manager

 

Danielle Wolff

Controller

 

Jonathan Dingman

Shelter to Service Dog Trainer