Amy Mills is passionate about solving tough social problems, both professionally and through service as a board member, volunteer, and consultant to non-profits.Since 2006, Amy has served as CEO of Emancipet, a non-profit building a national affordable veterinary care system to serve the underserved. Under her leadership, Emancipet has opened seven low-cost pet health clinics in five cities - Austin, Pflugerville, Killeen, and Houston, Texas and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and launched a national social change training program. Emancipet's low-cost clinics provide care to over 100,000 pets living in underserved areas every year, keeping those pets healthy, happy, and safe with their families.
Myles joined Emancipet in January 2013. He assists Emancipet clinics in meeting stringent quality standards, advancing the mission, and upholding the core values of the organization. He oversees all training requests from outside organizations interested in elevating or expanding their programs.
Christy Mallinger joined Emancipet in 2009 after serving on the Board of Directors in 2008. As the CFO, Christy is responsible for Emancipet’s financial health, ensuring that the company meets its financial goals to facilitate the mission and vision of the organization.