Animal Advocacy: What’s Happening at the Capitol and How to Join the Fight  


Jacqueline Logan, CA State Director

Humane Society of the United States

Jacqueline Logan is the Humane Society of the United States’ new California State Director with primary responsibility for overseeing and implementing volunteer engagement, training, and recruiting citizen California-based advocates to participate in the political process at the local, state, and federal level. 

Completing her second year at McGeorge School of Law, Jacqueline is concentrating on animal and environmental law. She also founded the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at McGeorge as well as served on Student Bar Association for two years. Jacqueline’s background includes working as a veterinary technician, interning at local shelters in the medical unit, as well as founder and president of People for the Advocacy and Welfare of Strays (PAWS). She is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara receiving her B.A. in Sociology. She lives in Wilton, Ca, just southeast of Sacramento, with her husband, children and menagerie of animals.