For over 50 years, local families have been adopting furry friends from South Suburban Humane Society. Since first opening their doors in 1970, SSHS has continuously worked to serve the local communities, and for the past 14 years, CEO Emily Klehm has been at the forefront of the shelter’s efforts.
Klehm began her career with SSHS in 2007 as a volunteer dog walker. With a background in non-profits, development and fundraising, Klehm was invited to join the SSHS Board of Directors. After serving on the board for one year, Klehm applied for and was offered the CEO position . . .
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