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Craig Daniell is the CEO of the BC SPCA, which aims to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm, and wild animals in B.C.
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Craig joined the British Columbia SPCA in November 2002 as General Manager of Cruelty Investigations and was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Society in December 2003. Before joining the BC SPCA, Craig served as Director of Investigations at the Ontario SPCA for three years. Prior to coming to Canada, Craig earned a law degree in his native South Africa and worked in a corporate law firm. He then joined the diplomatic service, serving as a legal and policy advisor for the Department of Foreign Affairs in Pretoria before accepting a post to the United Nations in New York, where he worked on matters related to the law of the sea; animal protection; the Security Council and international law.
Under Craig's leadership, the BC SPCA has rapidly dramatically expanded its animal welfare programming and tripled its fundraising revenue. The Society has also been internationally recognized for its ground breaking work in numerous areas, including farm animal welfare, cat welfare and the Whistler area sled dog investigation. During this period, the Society has consistently achieved the highest rating for transparency and accountability in the charitable sector and became the first SPCA or humane society in Canada to receive the Imagine Canada Certification.
A video called "Meet the BC SPCA" followed by "Oodles of Poodles"
Through its 37 branches, three veterinary clinics, wildlife rehabilitation centre and numerous provincial departments, the BC SPCA provides a wide range of services to meet its mission of protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia.
Below is a picture of Craig with a dog named Jeter.
Bidders on this reward must be able to meet at the BC SPCA's main Vancouver shelter (1205 East 7th Avenue, Vancouver).
Tour a shelter and walk a dog with Craig
Tour the main Vancouver SPCA shelter and its adjacent vet clinic with Craig as your tour guide. Hear and experience first hand the work that the SPCA does for animals and for our community. If weather permits, you can go for a nice stroll with Craig and a dog that needs walking! Feel free to bring your own dog along, or meet a dog being cared for by the SPCA.