Pet Partners of Arizona Adds Phoenix Program Manager



Pet Partners welcomes Meghan Rothschild as the new Program Manager for the Phoenix area. 

The Phoenix area program manager is the second for Pet Partners of Arizona, joining the existing program manager for the chapter’s Tucson office. 

Pet Partners of Arizona is one of four Pet Partners chapters established in 2019. The chapters combine the opportunities available in the local community with the best practices put in place by Pet Partners International Headquarters in Bellevue, Wash., while also serving as an extension of existing Pet Partners community-based groups.

After receiving her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Arizona State University, Rothschild chose to focus on community support in the nonprofit field. She comes to Pet Partners with a background in nonprofit development, most recently with March of Dimes Arizona where she was responsible for event planning and logistics and worked with thousands of volunteers. She is a proponent of the power of the human-animal bond through her experience with her dog Remi, and is eager to help bring that to more people as part of the Pet Partners staff team. Rothschild will provide Phoenix-based support for local Pet Partners volunteers, events and facilities interested in therapy animal visitation.

“We are pleased to welcome Meghan to Pet Partners of Arizona,” said Ashley Drew, executive director of Pet Partners of Arizona. “Meghan’s attention to detail, passion, and pride in providing stellar customer service will definitely shine here at Pet Partners.”


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