Board of Directors:
Cecilia Mialon (she/her/hers): Executive Director/President– an animal advocate since childhood comes from a career in business development and marketing with a vision of someday being able to help animals and the environment on a larger scale. She became involved in animal activism in 2013 and became vegan that year as well. She has worked closely with Dolphin Project and Free The Mojave Dolphins to help educate the public on the plight of dolphins in Japan and the suffering of dolphins in captivity around the world and the importance of conserving our oceans. She believes everything that is impacting our environment negatively today is linked to the modern-day agribusiness and the public simply isn’t aware. She believes Veganville encourages that awareness so that the public is able to make that connection for themselves.
Christina Lee J.D. (she/her/hers): Vice President-Christina believes it is her mission to be an advocate for the voiceless. After law school, Christina worked in several human rights positions with the United Nations abroad. Her experience as a Legal Advisor and Policy Analyst has allowed her to now focus her attention on animal rights and the law. She is passionate to change the status of animals from property to person-hood or sentient being status. In addition to this work, she aspires to write novels that bring about compassion and revolutionary change.
Kristi McClintock: Treasurer- Kristi McClintock is a true introvert who wants to make the world a better place and be left alone. She loves curling up on the couch with her husband and three cats. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, volunteering, and awkwardly writing about herself in the third person. Professionally, she has an Associates Degree in Accounting and has over 16 years experience working as an Accountant for both for and non-profit organizations. Because of her love for animals, she has been vegan for almost twenty years.
Terran Baylor: From San Diego and Vegan for 10 years, Terran is heavily involved in animal welfare throughout California with various farm sanctuaries and travels yearly to Taiji, Japan to document the dolphin slaughters as head Cove Monitor for Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project.
Sarah Dodd BVSc, MSc: From Ontario, Canada, Sarah is a veterinarian and lifelong animal advocate. Initially raised a vegetarian, Sarah has been vegan for nearly half her life and strives to educate others about plant-based nutrition, both for people and their animal companions. In Canada, Sarah lives on a farm sanctuary, and is the owner/operator of a small veterinary firm, Dodd Veterinary Services, which provides healthcare to sanctuary residents in the nearby areas.
If you are interested in a board position on Veganville, please reach out to us!