Want to use your communications skills to make a difference for farmed animals? Consider applying for this exciting job. Applications are due by June 30.
Compassionate Action for Animals communications have motivated folks across the Twin Cities to embrace their empathy for animals and move toward a plant-based diet. With the leadership of Justin Leaf, the previous coordinator and the first person to hold the position, we have:
- rebranded Compassionate Action for Animals and our Bridges of Respect and Twin Cities Veg Fest programs;
- published four issues of CAA’s 12-page magazine, Twin Cities Veg Living;
- launched a Twin Cities VegWeek communications campaign supporting new vegetarians and vegans;
- expanded our blog with more content that’s relevant to people living in the Twin Cities; and
- professionalized our communications, including the email news and annual report.
These improvements in communications, along with program expansions that thoughtfully reflect our strategic plan, have dramatically increased engagement with and support for CAA’s work. From last year’s record-setting turnout at Twin Cities Veg Fest, to this year’s launch of Wholesome Minnesota, which brings plant-based food to schools and other institutions, CAA’s impact just keeps getting bigger.
This is an exciting time to join the organization. As CAA’s executive director, I’m looking forward to talking with candidates about how our communications can continue to improve the lives of farmed animals. Together, along with our volunteers and donors, we’ll keep expanding compassion—and action—on behalf of farmed animals across the Twin Cities.