Ms. Weigle joined the Animal Humane team in September of 2006, following
a successful 20 year career in the high
tech industry. She retired from Intel
Corporation in August 2006. Prior to
Intel, she was the CEO of Sanctum,
Inc. and managed the company's sale to Watchfire in August 2004. Prior to
Sanctum, she held sales management positions in several software companies.
While at Animal Humane, she has led the organization to increased adoptions, a major decrease in euthanasias, and the opening of New Mexico's first Donor-subsidized Veterinary Clinic for low-income pet owners.
Several programs have been introduced under Ms. Weigle's leadership including the ASPCA's Safer™ and Meet Your Match™ Programs, a behavior rehab program, the Behavior Training department, as well as a feral cat Trap-Neuter-Return program.
In 2008, Governor Richardson appointed Ms. Weigle to serve on the newly formed Animal Sheltering Board. In 2009, she was named one of New Mexico Business Weekly's thirty "Women of Influence" and received the Governor's Award for Outstanding New Mexico Women. She currently serves as the chairman of the New Mexico Humane Conference.
Ms. Weigle started her career as a professional show dog handler and kennel manager. Her role at Animal Humane brings her career full circle.