Our Core Values
Compassion and respect for all, each other and animals.
Commitment to lead the way in animal welfare.
Serving the community with optimism and integrity.
The Humane Society of Tampa Bay, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, provides shelter for homeless & at risk animals, adoptions, hospital and TNVR services for the general public; operates independently from the Humane Society of the United States. And we, along with our animals, would love to have you as a partner on this journey.
Stand with us and other like-minded individuals, animal welfare organizations, foundations and companies as we work to end animal homelessness in Tampa Bay. By lending your voice, mobilizing supporters and customers, and helping to raise critical funds, you can change the lives of pets and people.
Our Board of Directors
The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is governed by our Board of Directors who are elected in January and serve on the board for a three year term.
Morris C. Massey, President
Deputy City Attorney
Suzie Archibald, Vice President
Laura L. Tatem, Treasurer
Director of Internal Audit – Tampa International Airport
Mary Kate Harrison, PhD, Secretary
General Manager, Hillsborough Co. School Board
Mary Scott, Member at Large
Retired – General Manager, Marriott
Director of Inside Sales
Vice President, Brand Development, The Fuente Companies
Attorney, Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
President – Fountainhead Funding
Michael Neff, CFP®
VP & Investment Advisor, Wells Fargo Advisors
Retired – Director of Patient Support and Advocacy, Moffitt Cancer Center
Phillip Nodhturft, III
Attorney, Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP
Managing Director, Avesta Communities
Elise Zahn, DO, MBA, FACEOP-D
Emergency Medicine Physician – Tampa General Hospital
Linda Reitz, Emeritus Board
Our Advisory Council
Mayor Jane Castor
Commissioner Ken Hagan
Andrea Gonzmart Williams
PARTNER WITH THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF TAMPA BAY
Collaboration and partnership are important to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. We understand that needs-driven, community-based work is the key to ending animal homelessness. Help end animal homelessness by partnering with a leading animal welfare nonprofit.