Larimer Humane Society appoints Nicholas Gilman as new CEO – Loveland Reporter-Herald
Larimer Humane Society on Monday announced its new CEO as Nicholas Gilman, who was the last founder and CEO of a consulting firm specializing in the management of nonprofit animal welfare organizations.
Gilman’s hiring comes after longtime Larimer Humane Society executive Judy Calhoun resigned to take a position at Pathways of Northern Colorado last year.
“I am honored to join this group of talented and passionate professionals and apply my skills to an organization well positioned to advocate for the needs of animals in northern Colorado,” Gilman said in a press release.
Prior to founding his consulting firm Humane Logic, Gilman held various executive positions for the Montreal SPCA, the Animal Rescue League of Boston, Animal Care and Equipment in Denver, the American Humane Society in Denver, the Humane Society of the United States and the Halifax Humane Society.
“Nicolas’ extensive experience and expertise in running animal shelters will be a huge asset to Larimer Humane Society,” said company board chairman Keith Meyer in the same press release.
Larimer Humane Society is a nonprofit animal welfare group that also describes itself as the largest open admission shelter in northern Colorado.