Carole Hyde serves as the organization’s Executive Director. Carole has been an integral part of PAHS since 1991, giving a constant, compassionate voice to animals in our community. She is a founding member of the Stanford Cat Network and creator of Mow Wow Animals, an innovative humane educational program for California schools.Contact Carole
Sheryl J. Alexander serves as the Development Director. She is an innovative, visionary, and strategic executive with over 25 years of non-profit management and fundraising experience in organizations across the country. She focuses on developing strategic solutions for increasing overall organizational assets, major and planned gifts, enhancing communication strategies, and creating and implementing plans to define and accomplish organizational objectives. She is a dog lover and is excited to expand PAHS’ possibilities to support pets and their owners in many ways!Contact Sheryl
Leonor Delgado, Education Manager, turns PAHS documentation written in English into Spanish—she has contributed to Mow Wow Animals, the new Web-based teaching curriculum, creating bilingual curriculum and activities. She gives presentations at schools and after-school centers, helps organize events, and is a member of APHE (Association of Professional Humane Educators). She interfaces with cat rescuers and TNR (trap-neuter-return) volunteers and, as a volunteer herself, manages several feral cat colonies.Contact Leonor
Catworks and Spay/Neuter Program
Ann Nussbaum is a long-time homeless cat rescuer and a former PAHS board member. She manages our Animal Rescue Fund and Spay and Neuter Fund veterinary help programs. Ann is dedicated to the welfare of homeless animals and provides countless hours of communication and rescue to address the increasing needs of the community.Contact Ann
Social Media and Media Campaigns
Susan Stienstra contributes to social media and media campaigns for PAHS. She has more than 20 years of experience working for several nonprofit organizations. She is also a licensed humane educator with House Rabbit Society, and in that capacity, has taught children and adults about rabbits and how to care for them. Her special passions are horses, rabbits, and wildlife. She is also an accomplished nature photographer.
Olga Lenczewska is a PhD candidate at the Philosophy Department at Stanford University and a research fellow at the Stanford Basic Income Lab. Before coming to the United States, she did her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Italian at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses primarily on historical and contemporary political philosophy. She is interested in animal ethics and tries to apply her research experience to issues in animal welfare. In addition to working with PAHS, she collaborates with two local shelters, the Peninsula Humane Society and Rattie Ratz. See Humane Library for Olga’s articles on animal welfare.