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Eugene, OR 97402

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About Willamette Animal Guild

A TAX-EXEMPT 501(C)(3) CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION
Incorporated February 25, 1999, as “The Amazon Park Animal League”
(Articles of Incorporation amended December 10, 2004, to transfer organization to “Willamette Animal Guild”)



WAG Board of Directors


Joey Curtin, Volunteer Fundraiser
Jill Winans, President
Katherine Ford, Treasurer
Maureen Keith
Member of the Board of Directors
Beth Mitchell
Member of the Board of Directors


Diane Weaver
Member of the Board of Directors

Diane is originally from Chicago, Illinois, and had been an animal advocate most of her life. She began her veterinary technician career in 1979. A volunteer vet tech with Pro-Bone-O for almost 7 years, she joined the board in November, 2011, and is now president. She has volunteered with Lane County Animal Services and is currently a volunteer CVT at WAG and Shelter Animal Resource Alliance (S.A.R.A.). Diane also sits on the board of the Community Veterinary Center. AS the wife of a Coast Guard helicopter pilot, she m oved around the country and worked in many veterinary clinics, as well as volunteering in a variety of animal shelters along the way. Diane has held a federal and state wildlife rehabilitation permit and has volunteered at various rehabilitation facilities across the country, including Cascade Raptor Center in Eugene. She has been involved in obedience and agility training and competition with her dogs. Now, with her husband retired, she lives on a “ranch” in Elmira with dogs, cats, horses, alpaca, llamas, an angora goat, chickens, and her very tolerant husband. When she is not caring for animals, she enjoys weaving, spinning, reading and horseback riding.



Misha English
Member of the Board of Directors

Misha has called Eugene home since 1987, when she began attending the U of O. In 1997, she founded Morning Glory Café, where she hosted fundraising dinners for local animal charities. Misha graduated from the UO School of Law in 2005 and opened her own law practice in 2008. Currently, Misha is busy running her new venture, Velo Bed and Breakfast, while helping her husband Rob with his business, English Cycles. She also fosters and walks dogs for First Avenue Shelter, serves on the Board of Stop Pet Overpopulation Today (SPOT) and volunteers at the WAG clinic. She is an avid cyclist by default (car-free), and enjoys gardening, hiking, camping, and being in water. Misha and Rob are parents to a host of rescued animals including a one-eyed dog, a quackless duck, a sweet chicken, a friendly 1700 lb steer, a bossy guinea pig and two standoffish cats.


MISSION
The mission of WAG is the prevention of cruelty to animals, with current emphasis on spay/neuter.