Meet the Staff
Dr. Talia Agone, DVM
Dr. Alexa Hollingsworth
Jenn Barday joined the Humane Society of Weld County in November of 2016 as the Event Coordinator. She is responsible for overseeing and planning all fundraising events for the shelter.
Jenn graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and a Minor in Business Administration from Colorado State University in 2014. She has also earned two Associate of Arts degrees from Johnson & Wales University in Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry Arts.
Jenn was born and raised in Highlands Ranch, Colorado and lives in Greeley, CO with her husband, two dogs, and cat.
Hailey Kohl is a Chicago native who started her journey in animal welfare at a high volume animal hospital and boarding facility ten years ago. After graduating college in Illinois with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, she relocated to Colorado and took on the role as Animal Care Supervisor with Larimer Humane Society. This job eventually led her to be signed on as a Professional Responder with the ASPCA’s Field Investigations and Response division. Here Hailey filled the role of Shelter Lead for three years, overseeing and supporting operations at the ASPCA’s temporary emergency shelters across the nation where they housed animals rescued from large scale cruelty or disaster cases. Through FEMA, she is certified in National Incident Management Systems and working with animals in disasters through the Emergency Management Institute. She is also a Fear Free Shelters graduate with the intention to improve the emotional experiences of animals in this shelter.
Hailey started with the Humane Society of Weld County in January and is excited to help improve the shelter practices. She spent the last three years traveling extensively between ASPCA deployments and for pleasure and is happy to nest in Northern Colorado for a while.
Community Engagement Coordinator
Bria has worked in animal welfare for several years, starting as an animal care technician eight years ago. She is extremely dedicated to animal welfare and serving the homeless animals in our community. Two years ago she moved to Colorado from Delaware, continuing her passion to serve the animals most in need.
Bria graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Conservation from the University of Delaware. She promotes environmental safety and animal adoptions through one of her other passions, wildlife and pet photography. She currently resides in Evans, CO with her husband, two dogs, two cats, and two parrots, all of whom are rescues.