Gina Knepp and her dog Coal

Gina Knepp

Gina Knepp is the National Shelter Engagement Director for the Michelson Found Animals Foundation. Her primary focus is increasing the return to home rate by engaging animal sheltering organizations in finding innovative ways of locating missing pet people and more importantly, helping people not lose their animals to begin with. Gina’s background includes managing the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California.

Her experience leading a municipal, open intake, high volume shelter adds to her passion for helping lost animals get back home where they belong. Her current work with Michelson Philanthropies has offered the opportunity to work with shelters across the country, improving reunification efforts. Gina is currently on the Board of the Bitterroot Humane Association and on the Executive Committee of Human Animal Support Services (HASS) with American Pets Alive, launching national animal shelter reform.

Gina lives in Hamilton, Montana with her husband Chris, two dogs, Lucy & Rex, her cat, Kit, 18 deer and 80 turkeys.

It's Not About Please and Thank You
Tuesday, March 5 | 10:15am

Return-To-Home: How Some Agencies are Achieving Extraordinary Success and Others are Falling Behind
Tuesday, March 5 | 3:30pm