Today’s guest was Sean Hawkins, Chief Advancement Officer of the Charleston Animal Society. Sean began his career in animal welfare as a thirteen-year-old young man when he began volunteering at an animal shelter in the Bahamas. From there he went on to Houston where he was instrumental in creating the first free spay neuter program for qualified income families. Little did he know these efforts would result in a career path that has now spanned more than 25 years.
Sean has served animals at some of the most prestigious animal welfare organizations in the United States. He has worked with Cleveland Amory at The Fund for Animals, the American Humane Association, Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando, Second Chance Center for Animals, the Santa Maria Valley Humane Society and now at Charleston Animal Society. Read more