Levine, Rande

Levine, Rande

Humane Policy Volunteer Leader/Mentor at Humane Society of the United States

Born-and-raised in Los Angeles, Rande Levine is a political science graduate of San Diego State University, and completed her Master of Arts degree in Humane Education from Antioch University, New England. She is the proud founder, in 2003, of Karma Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization based in Los Angeles. Additionally, in 2017, she founded, and served as chairperson of the Steering Committee, of the Tri-State Cooperative Coalition, a companion animal alliance comprised of more than a dozen other animal rescue organizations and shelters, working together to help companion animals in the tri-state region of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Rande serves as Iowa’s 4th District Humane Policy Volunteer Leader for the Humane Society of the United States, helping to advance high-priority federal, state, and local animal protection policies. She also serves as a mentor in onboarding new Humane Policy Volunteer Leaders. Meanwhile, at home, with her husband, Greg, she lives with ten cats and five dogs, and a host of foster pets, too, who cycle through their house on 10 acres in Sioux City, Iowa. They affectionately call their home “the Giles Farm of Misfits.”

Sessions
Humane discourse: A framework for compassionate communication
Thursday, May 16 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CT