Veg Out 491: Animal Justice Academy with Kimberly Carroll


January 20, 2021

Ana and Jeanette are thrilled to be joined by Kimberly Carroll on this episode of Veg Out!

Kimberly has an extensive background in animal rights activism, including co-creating the “why love one but eat the other” transit ad campaign, as well as co-founding Mercy for Animals CanadaShe is also a campaign strategist for Animal Justice, Canada’s only national law advocacy organization working on behalf of animals. As a coach for changemakers, she empowers and helps leaders and activists in the veg community. And if that wasn’t enough, she is also a director with the Toronto Vegetarian Food Bank

Kimberly joined us to talk about the upcoming Animal Justice Academy, which is a 6 week online bootcamp that will empower you to make a better world for animals. The Academy takes place Jan. 25-Mar. 5, 2021. Enrolment is open now at

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You may have heard that Denyse Mehta, our Executive Director, has resigned.  TVA board and staff are grateful for Denyses’ many contributions to TVA and the veg community. The Board is now recruiting a new Executive Director. They/We are seeking a charismatic leader and a strategic thinker, who is passionate about the vegan movement and will effectively lead our organization through the remainder of the pandemic and beyond. You are can find more information on our website.

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