Megan Gonterman

Megan Gonterman came to Animal Care Society with 14 years of previous Animal Welfare experience. Her journey in animal welfare began when she fell in love with helping the voiceless and giving pets the chance to be loved again! Her career has been filled with exciting and challenging experiences. She has served in a variety of leadership roles. From the beginning of her career as an Animal Control Officer she developed a fondness of all animals but was especially drawn to the abused, neglected, and ones who are most vulnerable. Joining ACS in 2022, Megan hopes to be able to continue the astonishing life saving work of ACS to all of Louisville’s animals in need.

Savannah Brown

Savannah started her career in animal welfare at the age of 18. Her first job as an adoption counselor made her realize the passion she has for helping animals find their forever homes. She says, there is nothing better than completing a family! Savannah continued to gain her experience in animal welfare as a veterinarian technician. But, soon realized helping pets in need was her calling. Savannah found her dream job and joined ACS in 2020. She is ACS’s Medical and Adoptions Program Manager. Outside of work, Savannah enjoys spending time with her many dogs and cats that she has adopted through her work.

Josh Thomas

Josh started in animal welfare just under a year ago. After not feeling fulfilled in his previous career he knew he wanted to do something that didn’t feel like work and involved something that he was passionate about. Josh’s love of animals began as a child when he got into animal welfare by fostering for a local shelter. Josh says that the unconditional love animals give is unmatched. Being the Animal Care Manager, helping animals prepare for their future, and being a part of the adoption process makes everyday worth it for him!