Dairne Ryan is an innovative program director and non-profit leader experienced in using community-based humane approaches to address the overpopulation of cats and dogs in the San Francisco East Bay and in Latin America. Dairne has volunteered with Fix Our Ferals since 1999, and she is also a program director for Animal Balance. She has over 20 years of experience as an insurance consultant and expert.
Dr. Jean Goh was the Director of the Spay/Neuter Clinic at the San Francisco SPCA for over 10 years. She has an interest in surgery and field medicine, and is dedicated to making quality veterinary care accessible to underserved communities. Dr. Goh headed up the “Fix Our Perros” program, held monthly for small dogs at our FOF Clinic, and funded by the San Francisco SPCA in 2014.
“I have been a supporter of Fix our Ferals since my first volunteer stint at one of the MASH-style clinics over ten years ago at the Hegenberger location. I live in Albany with my dogs and I am the caretaker of a feral cat called Bug.”
Robin Post is an RVT, and former supervisor of the Off-Site Spay-Neuter Services at the San Francisco SPCA. In addition, since 2008, she has volunteered at the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association’s RAVS (Rural Area Veterinary Services) Clinics that run campaigns and provide care on Indian reservations.
Robin has a wealth of experience and expertise in running effective and efficient high-volume spay-neuter clinics, and was also a principal at the “Fix Our Perros” program at the FOF Spay-Neuter Center. Robin is the organizer of all things medical behind the scenes.
Originally from NJ, Mike’s career in animal welfare began at the ASPCA in NYC, studying feral cat populations and performing TNR over 2 ½ years for a scientific study published in the journal ‘Urban Ecosystems.’ He then managed the Feral Cat TNR Program at the Austin Humane Society in Austin, TX for the next 4 years, which has currently served over 55K feral cats since 2007. This experience led Mike to Fix Our Ferals where he looks forward to helping improve the lives of cats in the East Bay.