Become a Regional Coordinator

Homes for Animal Heroes is a national program designed to operate on a local scale. HAH will be expanding its network to include all fifty states and we need Regional Coordinators in multiple locations to make this possible! Regional Coordinators are expected to work directly with research institutions in their area, serve as the point of contact to the state’s Department of Agriculture, and facilitate the rehoming of HAH dogs. Coordinators will actively recruit and screen potential fosters and adopters, maintain all records associated with HAH dogs and caregivers, and manage daily operations. Regional Coordinators must be dog savvy, highly organized, effective communicators, and understand the importance of biomedical research. If you are interested in becoming a HAH Coordinator, please email your credentials and a summary of your background to naia@naiaonline.org. For questions or more information, call (503) 227-8450.