Leadership

The key to any successful organization or venture is a strong leadership backbone. And that is no exception here at the Fredericksburg SPCA. We wouldn't be able to change so many lives, human and animal alike, without the dedication of the following individuals.
Caitlin Daly has been the Executive Director at the Fred SPCA since February 2015. Since that time, the organization has doubled intake and adoption rates and the numbers continue to rise. Caitlin is a social media and marketing guru, with a keen ability to attract new business partnerships and greater community support through her passion for the animals at the SPCA. When she's not at the Animal Resource Center, Caitlin is usually spending time with her three dogs Rowan, Jena, and Poe. She enjoys reading, learning, and being outside. Wonder where she gets all the energy? It's coffee. Lots and lots of coffee!
Dalia Salah A native Virginian, Dalia fell in love with nonprofits when she was only a teenager. Inspired at a national marketing competition led by the Distributive Education Clubs of America, Dalia quickly developed a deep passion for charitable work. This resolve stuck with her through her adult years, leading her to work with two large animal welfare organizations in the DC metropolitan area. Over a decade later, Dalia provides organizational support to our FredSPCA team of directors and is happy spending her days keeping Fredericksburg an animal friendly place to live, one program at a time.
Erica Levin is the Director of Development for the Fred SPCA.
Erica's career in philanthropy has spanned two decades and has included numerous charities such as Columbia University, and the Whitney Museum of Art. She is delighted to be a part of Team SPCA and the wonderful work that goes on at our Animal Resource Center.
Sarah Chiles As Shelter Programs Director, Sarah oversees the staff that runs the foster, intake, transfer, volunteer, social media and outreach programs. With a constantly changing population of animals, Sarah enables the SPCA to scale, while keeping animals, foster and volunteer families, shelter partners, adopters, and staff supported. When Sarah is not saving lives, she is spending time with children, husband, and 4 dogs while binge-watching the latest releases on Netflix and Hulu.