Director of Operations
Director of Feline Solutions
Director of Communications
Sheryl Green is a New York native living and thawing in Las Vegas with her fur baby, Akasha, since 2008. When a devastating divorce shook her world, she found solace in animal rescue. In 2015, she hosted an event to honor Pele, a very special service dog, and found her true passion. Paw it Forward raised $5,000 for the newly formed Hearts Alive Village and Sheryl was asked to join the rescue. She now serves as the Director of Communications and Cuddling for the organization. When she’s not rescuing, Sheryl is a professional speaker and content writer, working with businesses to improve their sales and communication through the power of story. She’s the co-founder and President of The Cause Marketing Chamber of Commerce, an organization designed to connect businesses with non-profits for the benefit of both.
She is the author of Surviving to Thriving: How to Overcome Setbacks and Rock Your Life, Book Writing for Busy People, Once Upon a Bottom Line™: Harnessing the Power of Storytelling in Sales, and Do Good to Do Better: The Small Business Guide to Growing Your Business by Helping Nonprofits. Learn more at www.sherylgreenspeaks.com.
Throughout his life, Cliff has worked in numerous industries from automotive and sporting goods, restaurants and convenience stores, before turning his attention to animal rescue. His past retail experience has come in handy as he now manages inventory, coordinates volunteer tasks, and is an adoption ambassador. Cliff has worked at the Hearts Alive Village Adoption Center and Pet Supply Store since January 2017.,
Retail & Volunteer Manager
Professionally a front end web developer, Brittany has realized her dream of being a crazy cat lady. Always loving animals, Brittany came to Hearts Alive Village on a whim one day to volunteer, at the time unable to have pets. Now she has a two year old kitty, Mana, who loves helping take care of her feline fosters and playing fetch at midnight. Brittany helps run our foster program and serves as an ambassador for other fosters.