Robert Gagliuso, MS
Over the past 25 years, Bob has owned and operated a small cartographic and publishing business. Through providing expertise in spatial technologies, analyses, and cartographic display, the business has helped support progressive natural resource management. The company is also a full service publishing and graphic design shop, specializing in contract publishing ranging from natural resource issues to Jungian psychology. It has produced several award winning publications, including Access America: An Atlas and Guide to the National Parks for Visitors With Disabilities, Where the Great River Rises, An Atlas of the Upper Connecticut River Watershed, and The Lake Champlain Basin Atlas. Its cartographic expertise has earned it international recognition with the ICA/ACI International Cartographic Exhibition Excellence in Cartography.
Bob holds a BS in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont, and a MS in Forestry from Oregon State University. His Master’s work at OSU was the first to quantify how cougars are impacted by human activities and other disturbances. He has a wide breadth of knowledge in natural resource issues, and has participated in private, state, and federal efforts. Since moving back to the Pacific Northwest, Bob’s personal goal is to help organizations such as the Kerolus Center and other like-minded entities leverage the full potential of technology by combining graphic design and publishing to successfully market new paradigms of thought and action.
Ashley Herron, MS
Ashley holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Baldwin Wallace University and a Master of Science in Anthrozoology from Canisius College. In addition, she is a seasonally contracted company member with The Movement Project, a nonprofit dance company based in Cleveland, Ohio.
As a recent graduate, Ashley will continue to use her education and passion for Animal advocacy to deter the exploitation of human and nonhuman Animals.
Lee Ann McIndoo
Lee Ann has spent all her life surrounded by nature, trees, lakes, rocks and other-beings. She has been involved in campaigning for Animal Rights, including Elephant liberation and self-determination, and the end of factory farms, circuses, zoos, and trophy hunting.
Being a voice for those in need has been Lee Ann’s central goal. “The dignity of non-humans is as important as our own.” Having spent 37 years supporting humans with intellectual and physical challenges, Lee Ann is now focusing on nonhuman rights and wellness.
Lauren Bailey completed her bachelors degree in Animal Behavior at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom in 2018. Here, she describes her philosophy and path. “I was drawn to the Kerulos internship after becoming by disheartened by the academic scientific world that objectifies Animals and sees them purely from a behavioral viewpoint. During the internship, I learned to take the time to see beyond outer form and behavior and understand that all other Animals think and feel like us and are their own individual person.”
Lauren is now volunteering with our partner Boon Lott Elephant Sanctuary ( BLES) in Thailand learning about male Elephant healing and trauma recovery. She has also completed her Reiki Practitioner course and will be continuing to obtain Reiki Master certification while she will begin my Animal medical (veterinary) nurse. Her goal is to work in Sanctuary where she will teach and work with Animals in need by combining holistic and medical practices to healing.
Barb is a longtime Animal supporter. She is founder and director of Bears Matter, a Canadian nonprofit dedicated to Bear advocacy and activism whose mission is to “conserve all species of wild bear populations.” Barb was a dear friend and ally of Charlie Russell in campaigning to end Grizzly hunts in British Columbia, a goal that was achieved in 2017. She lives in Nanaimo, B.C.