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Board of Directors

President

Jim Montgomery

Jim is the proud pet Dad of Auzzi, Sage and Tisket

 

He is a past member of the Board of Directors at Lucky Dog Rescue in Colorado Springs, where he held the responsibility of recruiting and training the volunteer staff.  In a trainer capacity, he worked with the dogs on intake evals, training and development of protocols for rehabilitation of the animals.   Jim also completed an apprenticeship dog training program with Lucky Dog Training focusing on behavioral characteristics of surrendered animals and rehabilitation of fearful or reactive behaviors.  Over the years, he has provided foster care and training for numerous homeless pets.

 

Jim’s vocational career has been in the information security field for 25 years. Over the past 11 years, he has worked as a Solution Architect providing security solutions to F500 Data Center and end user environments.  Jim’s professional experience includes working as a technical advisor, senior sales engineer, technical account manager, and as a specialist in networking and business operating systems solutions.

Secretary

Stacy Hutchcraft

Stacy recently relocated from Colorado to Florida, where she has dreamed of living for years.  She still dedicates her professional skills to the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, a successful nonprofit based in Denver whose mission it is to significantly improve the lives of people with Down syndrome.  Working from home in Florida lets her spend plenty of time with Beth, an elderly Rottweiler mix rescued from New Mexico. She has had dogs most of her life and can't imagine being without one or two. 

 

Stacy has worked as an accountant for several years, and in her free time loves to read, watch movies, bake, and just enjoy the Florida outdoors with Beth, and her husband, Chris.

DIRECTOR

Miyuki Holste

Miyuki's Professional career spanned 35 years leading accounting departments of national and international real estate investment and management firms.

Miyuki has served on the boards of two churches as well as a non-governmental organization (NGO) that provides education for vulnerable children and medical services to remote communities in Uganda. she has volunteered with numerous causes such as Alzheimer's Association, Habitat for Humanity, Congregations for the Homeless, Vacation Bible School and Tomodachi Cafe (serving elderly Japanese-Americans) Her heart is in helping the elderly and she is a proponent of bringing canine friends to visit shut-ins to brighten their spirits.

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