Herlocker has more than 20 years of experience in emergency services. He spent seven years as an emergency services specialist with the Placer County Office of Emergency Services in
“Matt brings considerable expertise and knowledge in all facets of emergency planning and response, including hands-on field work, to United Animal Nations,” said UAN president and CEO
“As many people saw after Hurricane Katrina, an emergency plan that does not include animals can put human lives at risk,” Herlocker said. “I look forward to the opportunity to help organizations nationwide integrate this important piece into their emergency planning.”
In addition to his emergency services experience, Herlocker has extensive volunteer experience with a variety of organizations and has served in a number of leadership capacities. As EARS Program Director, Herlocker will oversee the growth and development of UAN’s emergency animal sheltering and emergency response, building on its already proven 20-year track record in this area.
With more than 3,000 EARS volunteers in the
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