Humane Education is a field of study and teaching approach that connects human rights, animal protection, and environmental sustainability with the goal of preparing people to be compassionate, dedicated solutionaries, able to identify unjust, inhumane, and unsustainable systems and create solutions that enable people, animals, and nature to thrive.
This week, Tabitha talks to passionate advocate for positive animal welfare, Emily Tronetti, about the importance of humane education and why it is relevant to all animal professionals. She shares how you can integrate humane education into your work and strategies for inspiring compassionate action.
Emily Tronetti (MS, CTC, CPDT-KA, UW-AAB)
Emily has a Master of Science in anthrozoology and a Certificate in Applied Animal Behavior. She's a certified Fear Free Animal Trainer and a member of Fear Free’s Speakers Bureau. As a passionate advocate for positive animal welfare, Emily co-founded the Humane Alliance of Rescue Trainers, a nonprofit that matches shelter and rescue organizations with behavior support at no cost. She also offers consulting and education through her business, Coexistence Consulting. Currently, Emily is pursuing her Doctor of Education in Educational & Professional Practice through Antioch University. Her research is centered on adult humane education and animal agency in sanctuary settings.
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