EASEL Animal Rescue League Appoints Wendy Sturgeon as Executive Director

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EASEL Animal Rescue League

EASEL Animal Rescue League, a 501(c) (3) non-profit animal welfare organization, has announced that Wendy Sturgeon has joined their organization as Executive Director. Karen Azarchi, President of EASEL, said “EASEL was looking for the right person who will fit our mission and vision.  I’m confident that Wendy will play a key role in helping EASEL to continue to provide much needed services, by expanding our relationships in both the business and the Mercer County community.” Wendy has spent her career in the field of advertising, marketing and public relations, and forming numerous relationships within the business community. EASEL operates the Ewing Township Animal Shelter as a “no-kill” shelter.

EASEL Animal Rescue League is dedicated to ending the euthanasia of unwanted animals in Mercer County. EASEL operates the Ewing Township Animal Shelter as a “no-kill” shelter.

EASEL’s vision is a community where the human-animal bond is strong and an environment of respect for living creatures guarantees animals a healthy indoor home or safe habitat.