Michigan Humane Society Hires Matthew Pepper, a Michigan Native, as the New CEO/President

photo credit: Michigan Humane Society FB page

photo credit: Michigan Humane Society FB page

The Michigan Humane Society on August 13, 2014 named Matt Pepper, 38, to succeed Cal Morgan as president and chief executive officer. A Michigan native who earned a B.A. in wildlife biology at Grand State University, Pepper had been director of Bernalillo County Animal Care Services in Albuquerque, New Mexico, since 2011. Click here for the rest of the story.

According to Terry MacKillop, President of MAACO...

“Matt has a history with MAACO as an active member who was instrumental in setting up the first accredited training course with Grand Valley. He was a lead Animal Control Officer for Kent County. Matt left the state some years back to further his career in this industry with stops in Louisiana , Tennessee , and New Mexico as management. Matt is a board member of NACA and has a true passion to see the growth of the Animal Control field continue as it evolves in the years to come.

Matt  has a diversified background and will only better serve the state of Michigan and MHS as CEO and a new leader in this industry.”

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One thought on “Michigan Humane Society Hires Matthew Pepper, a Michigan Native, as the New CEO/President

  1. rachel August 31, 2014 at 10:21 pm Reply

    I love the humane society. they are wonderful people especially here in bay county. HSBC was my last resort when I had 20 cats in my yard me an my family was able to keep some as TNR because our outdoor cats is part of our family. they have insulated housing fresh food and water daily. toys. clean yard. clean habitat. they don’t go anywhere to much except the front yard. I hope the TNR program gets accepted here fully in bay county

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