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Foothills Humane Society Welcomes Executive Director, Bill Coleman!

Foothills Humane Society is excited to introduce our new Executive Director and "TopDog ", Bill Coleman. With over 25 years as a senior management leader of non-profit organizations in North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky, Bill brings a successful track record of diversifying programs to achieve financial stability, directing organizational development and demonstrating an excellent reputation within the community. Most recently, he served as the CEO of the Roanoke Island Historical Association, producers of The Lost Colony on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Prior to that, he was the CEO of Dismas House of Nashville, a social service agency that provides transitional housing and services for formerly incarcerated men.

Originally from Knoxville, TN, Bill, his wife Garnette and a handful of pets are looking forward to making the move to Columbus and the Foothills Humane Society.

“I am extremely excited to be working with a dedicated Board of Directors, volunteers and an exceptionally talented and devoted staff. I look forward to starting in October and contributing to the continued growth and success of Foothills Humane Society’s inspiring and life-saving mission." - Bill Coleman


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