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Advocate Journey

Our Founder's Story

"Before I began advocating for wolves, my loves were dogs and horses. Then, as I got older, I became interested in werewolves; specifically American Werewolf in London. I even went as a werewolf one Halloween. Following that phase, I discovered the Wolf Conservation Center, a center devoted to educating the public about wolves and saving endangered species.


When I learned that wolves were being brutally hunted close to extinction, I was determined to help. I began my advocate journey by learning more about wolves and their conservation; the WCC being a fond organization of mine. One of the resident wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center named Zephyr caught my eye. I adored his stunning golden eyes and black fur. I desired to protect other wolves just like him--and where Zephyr became my provocation for advocacy.

Once I learned a little about wolves, I shared this information with friends and family and enlightened them on why wolves are essential and how we can protect them. There were moments when it was challenging, especially with hunters and lawmakers yearning to eradicate wolves. As I got older, I initiated small programs, signed petitions, and continued educating. Throughout these years, I encountered joy, heartbreak, and hope. Zephyr, my motivation and the very first wolf that I symbolically adopted passed away in July 2022.


Since then, I have created petitions, communicated with lawmakers, and become affiliated with numerous pro-wolf organizations--including the Wolf Conservation Center. I am appreciative to have so many amazing sponsors to support me in my mission.

For as long as I live, I will be deticated to preserving wolves and other animals in need.

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