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Bilingual Investigations and Research Associate

Bilingual Investigations and Research Associate

Terms of Employment: Full-time, At Will, Non-exempt
Reports to: Director of Investigations
Position Location: Los Angeles, CA

Position Objective:

MFA's Investigations and Research Associate is responsible for the research, compilation and maintenance of vital information needed by the Investigations, Legal Advocacy, and Corporate Outreach departments to be as effective and influential at helping end the needless suffering of farmed animals.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Review, compile and categorize footage, photographs and field notes
  • Assist in the evaluation of current investigative video footage
  • Assist the Director of Investigations and Director of Legal Advocacy in researching and drafting legal complaints
  • Draft internal documents related to MFA investigations
  • Track, compile and file relevant news articles, videos, and radio recordings about MFA's investigations, corporate outreach, and legal advocacy efforts
  • Research and maintain up-to-date contact information for appropriate federal, state, and local law enforcement agents, prosecutors, corporate executives, animal welfare experts and veterinarians
  • Log and file important documents and information
  • Assist the Director of Corporate Outreach with research into animal welfare policies, codes of ethics, target demographics, and other relevant information
  • Monitor major industry publications and farmed animal advocacy organizations' work to keep abreast of pertinent information

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree preferred, or equivalent professional experience
  • Exceptional research skills and organizational skills
  • Strong computer and typing skills
  • Ability to work independently and ability to manage projects and work with multiple departments
  • Thorough knowledge of online public and academic databases
  • Previous experience using Final Cut Pro or other video editing software
  • Ability to use discretion in confidential matters relating to investigations
  • Thorough knowledge of factory farming, animal husbandry practices, and animal welfare issues
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization
  • Professional appearance and adherence to a healthy vegan lifestyle
  • Strong preference given to candidates who are fluent in Spanish and/or French

Latino Communications Specialist

Latino Communications Specialist

Terms of Employment: Full Time, At Will, Non-Exempt
Reports to: Director of Communications
Position Location: Los Angeles, CA

Position Objective:

Provide content for MFA's Spanish-speaking audience, including through MFA's Spanish-language social media accounts, blogs, and websites. Continue to build MFA's Spanish-speaking audience and keep supporters engaged via social media. Act as an MFA spokesperson when called upon by Spanish-language media outlets.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Keep abreast of breaking news in the Latino media market relating to MFA's mission and pitch blog posts based on relevant news stories
  • Research and pitch stories to Spanish-language media outlets in the U.S. and Latin America as needed
  • Communicate with Spanish-speaking celebrities on behalf of MFA
  • Serve as a liaison between MFA and Spanish-speaking point persons for animal protection groups, blogs, and social media pages
  • Be aware of social media trends in the Latin American world and strategize accordingly
  • Promote MFA as a spokesperson to Spanish-language media outlets in the U.S. and Latin America as needed
  • Manage translation content for all of MFA's Spanish-language social media channels
  • Write blog posts for MFA's Spanish-language blog
  • Assist with translation, writing, and editing of other Spanish-language materials (websites, emails, etc.) as needed

Position Requirements:

  • Undergraduate degree in a related field or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of two years' experience managing social media and writing professionally
  • Spanish as a first language and fluency in both spoken and written Spanish and English
  • Ability to work well in a team, take direction, demonstrate initiative, and represent MFA professionally and enthusiastically
  • Professional appearance and adherence to a healthy vegan lifestyle
  • Support for MFA's philosophy and ability to professionally advocate MFA's positions
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

Web Developer

Web Developer

Terms of Employment: Full Time, At Will, Exempt
Reports to: Software Engineer
Position Location: Los Angeles, CA Preferred

Position Objective:

Aid in the development, maintenance, and improvement of MFA websites, apps, and web applications, and provide general IT support

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Assist in creating and updating webpages and applications in PHP, HTML, and JavaScript
  • Assist in basic image manipulation in Adobe Photoshop
  • Conduct quality assurance testing on MFA websites, web applications, and systems
  • Assist in releasing files to final production environments
  • Elicit from staff information/materials necessary to fulfill IT support requests and fulfill such requests in a timely and professional manner
  • Keep on top of new trends for websites, apps, and social media integration

Position Requirements:

  • Three years' work experience in software or web development
  • Excellent working knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript
  • Experience with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Preferred knowledge of Linux system administration
  • Ideally experience with smartphone app development
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to problem solve effectively and work under deadlines
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

Undercover Investigator

Undercover Investigator

Terms of Employment: Full Time
Reports to: Director of Investigations
Position Location: This position requires moving to and living in various areas for weeks or months at a time.

Position Objective:

To obtain employment at factory farms and slaughterhouses in order to document conditions. Investigators must be prepared to witness unimaginable cruelty and engage in intense manual labor while maintaining their composure and cover to gather information necessary to expose and stop farmed animal abuse.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Conduct thorough research on various farmed animal welfare issues and agricultural practices and facilities
  • Apply for and obtain employment in the animal agriculture industry, including factory farms, hatcheries, livestock markets, and slaughterhouses
  • Using hidden cameras, thoroughly document conditions and practices in the above mentioned facilities, paying particular attention to animal welfare issues 
  • Maintain daily records and communications with the director of investigations during the course of the investigation
  • Review, compile and transmit footage, photographs and notes to the director of investigations
  • Retain strict cover and confidentiality in relation to all cases and any other sensitive information before, during, and after each case
  • Sustain a professional work ethic and meet or exceed all job expectations of the agricultural facility while maintaining cover and following all federal and local laws
  • Be available to meet with law enforcement and provide testimony for all legal proceedings resulting from a case Perform any other duties assigned by the director of investigations

Position Requirements:

  • The highest level of personal integrity, intelligence, responsibility, and intestinal fortitude
  • Capability to work independently in physically and emotionally grueling environments
  • Exceptional research and organizational skills
  • Ability to use discretion in confidential matters relating to cases
  • Thorough knowledge of factory farming, animal husbandry practices, and animal welfare issues
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization
  • Strong preference given to candidates who are bilingual

Assistant Volunteer Coordinator

Assistant Volunteer Coordinator

Terms of Employment: Full Time, At Will, Non-Exempt
Reports to: Director of Education
Position Location: Chicago or Los Angeles

Position Objective:

To assist in overseeing and expanding Mercy For Animals’ volunteer base and facilitating volunteers’ engagement in grassroots vegan advocacy efforts, such as leafleting, Paid-Per-View events, restaurant outreach, and other cost-effective vegan and farmed animal advocacy work.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Communicate with MFA volunteers to inform them of ways to volunteer with the organization and advocate for vegan eating in their own communities
  • Set up and organize events, including signing up and coordinating volunteers, sending out supplies, and conducting follow-up for major festivals and parades around North America
  • Coordinate event announcement emails and creation of Facebook event pages for all outreach activities
  • Regularly communicate with all volunteers to encourage them to get or stay active volunteering with MFA
  • Liaise with other vegan advocacy groups to coordinate volunteers for mutually beneficial events
  • Assist with general volunteer organization through recordkeeping in spreadsheets and other documents
  • Manage education department interns and campaign assistants in California, Chicago, and elsewhere around the world
  • Work closely with other MFA staff to help ensure the organization’s efforts are coordinated in a synergetic fashion
  • Travel to and help run MFA events in cities around North America as needed

Position Requirements:

  • Minimum of two years previous experience in grassroots advocacy
  • Thorough knowledge of animal rights issues and MFA campaigns
  • Thorough knowledge of dietary change advocacy research, strategies, and effectiveness
  • Proven exceptional organizational skills
  • Willingness and ability to travel
  • Professional appearance and adherence to a healthy vegan lifestyle
  • Support for MFA’s philosophy and ability to professionally advocate MFA’s positions
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

Staff Attorney (Administrative Law)

Staff Attorney (Administrative Law)

Terms of Employment: Full Time, At Will, Exempt
Reports to: General Counsel
Position Location: Flexible

Position Objective:

To assist MFA’s legal advocacy department in effectively using the legal system to advocate on behalf of farmed animals by advancing petitions, lawsuits and other actions against federal government agencies to ensure robust enforcement of existing laws.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Oversee MFA’s work that focuses on improving federal administration of laws that affect farm animals
  • Identify opportunities for petitions, lawsuits and other actions against federal government agencies to advocate for improved administration of protections for farmed animals
  • Utilize FOIA and other data collection methods to create rulemaking reports, petitions, and legal complaints that are designed to improve federal administration of laws that affect farm animals
  • Prepare petitions, legal complaints, rulemaking comments and testimony for various state government farmed animal initiatives
  • Cultivate relationships with Congressional offices and relevant Agency employees
  • Develop and maintain close working relationships with attorneys in private practice and other animal protection organizations
  • Work with MFA support staff to mobilize members, supporters, and the media on behalf of improved agency administration of federal laws
  • Oversee legal interns and fellows

Position Requirements:

  • Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school
  • Preferred minimum of 5–7 years’ experience practicing law, with experience in Administrative Law (e.g., FOIA, rulemaking, and suing agencies)
  • Demonstrated ability to create and deliver presentations, address and overcome problems, and negotiate with third parties
  • Strongly preferred ability to conduct press conferences and interviews with media
  • Proven exceptional organizational and writing skills
  • Ability to work well in a team setting
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Professional appearance and adherence to a vegan lifestyle
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

Communications Coordinator (China)

Communications Coordinator (China)

Terms of Employment: As Needed, Independent Contractor
Reports to: Director of Education
Position Location: Flexible

Position Objective:

To assist MFA in carrying out our social media and other communications efforts in China, including managing MFA’s Chinese social media pages and advertising campaigns, drafting social media and blog content, translating content from English to Simplified Chinese, responding to public inquiries, and performing other duties as necessary.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Manage MFA’s Chinese social media accounts, including regularly posting status updates and replying to messages and comments
  • Create content for distribution on Chinese social media, including blog posts, photos, and photo memes
  • Translate existing content from English to Simplified Chinese for distribution on social media
  • Regularly monitor related Chinese social media pages to identify quality content and keep abreast of breaking news stories and social media best practices
  • Monitor MFA’s Chinese email accounts to respond to inquiries and requests for advice on vegetarian/vegan eating
  • Work closely with MFA’s director of education and director of communications on social media strategy
  • Serve as liaison between MFA and domestic Chinese vegan or farmed animal advocacy organizations
  • Assist with online research and media communications if required by other departments at MFA
  • Adhere to all relevant human resource and administrative policies and procedures
  • Perform other activities as assigned by supervisor

Position Requirements:

  • Complete fluency in writing and reading English and Simplified Chinese
  • Very high proficiency in translating from English to Simplified Chinese
  • Very strong writing skills
  • Familiarity with and frequent use of Weibo and other social media platforms
  • Thorough knowledge of vegan and farmed animal issues
  • Previous employment experience in communications and/or social media work (strongly preferred)
  • Professional appearance and adherence to a healthy vegan lifestyle
  • Support for MFA’s philosophy and ability to professionally advocate MFA’s positions
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

Database Administrator

Database Administrator

Terms of Employment: Full Time, At Will, Exempt
Reports to: Software Engineer
Position Location: Los Angeles, CA

Position Objective:

Create and maintain databases and provide general assistance for data-related needs. Additionally, keep up-to-date on current technological trends while advising departments on optimization and automation of processes.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Create, manage, maintain, monitor, and enhance databases
  • Analyze and audit data
  • Write and optimize queries and reports according to data pull requests
  • Detect and repair data errors
  • Design and implement plans for seamless database changes on live systems
  • Ensure proper operation of database storage, backups, replication, and redundancies
  • Assist with database schema design
  • Recommend software changes that could improve database usage to IT staff
  • Troubleshoot and correct issues as they arise
  • Train and support staff on database usage

Position Requirements:

  • Minimum three years work experience involving database administration
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in computer science, data analysis, statistics, or related field
  • Excellent working knowledge of the relational database model and the MySQL query language
  • In-depth understanding of MySQL storage engines, disk IO, and indexing performance
  • Proficiency in Unix command line
  • Strong background in mathematics and statistics
  • Ability to perform complex technical and analytical tasks
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to problem solve effectively and work under deadlines
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

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Meet Our Team

Nathan Runkle

President

Nathan Runkle is the founder and president of Mercy For Animals. Raised on a farm in rural Ohio, Nathan has long had a deep connection with farmed animals. After a local farmed animal abuse case involving a piglet slammed headfirst into a concrete floor during an agricultural project at a nearby high school, Nathan founded MFA to give "food" animals a much-needed advocate in his local community.

Since founding MFA over a decade ago, Nathan has overseen the organization's growth into a leading national force in the prevention of cruelty to farmed animals and promotion of compassionate food choices and policies.

A nationally recognized speaker on animal advocacy, factory farming, and veganism, Nathan has presented at colleges, conferences, and many other forums from coast to coast.

Through his work with MFA, Nathan has been an outspoken advocate for animal rights, featured in hundreds of television, radio, and newspaper interviews, including on ABC's World News Tonight, Nightline, and 20/20, CNN, and National Public Radio, and in USA Today, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune.

Nathan works closely with MFA's diverse group of members, supporters, and employees to develop and fulfill objectives within the organization's four areas of focus: education, legal advocacy, corporate outreach, and undercover investigations.

Nathan has worked alongside elected officials, corporate executives, heads of international organizations, academics, farmers, celebrities, and film producers to pass landmark farmed animal protection legislation, raise public awareness about vegetarianism, and implement animal welfare policy changes.

VegNews magazine has recognized both MFA and Nathan for making substantial contributions to the vegetarian movement, naming Nathan one of the "25 Most Fascinating Vegetarians" and one of the country's "Top 20 Activists Under 30 Years Old," and twice naming MFA "Non-Profit of the Year." In 2009, at the age of twenty-five, Nathan became the youngest person ever inducted into the US Animal Rights Hall of Fame.

Jake Morton

Director of Operations

Jake Morton is our director of operations, managing the organization’s day-to-day operations and collaborating with MFA’s communications department to create fun advocacy materials, including videos and merchandise. A longtime MFA supporter and once volunteer, Jake first became involved in animal protection as a teenager after meeting MFA’s president, Nathan Runkle, during an outreach event in his hometown.

Vandhana Bala

General Counsel

Vandhana Bala serves as our general counsel, working to put animal abusers behind bars. Vandhana became interested in animal rights in law school, became a vegetarian, and spent nearly a decade working at animal shelters and hospitals. Vandhana is now a committed vegan, and envisions a day when animals are viewed as more than personal property in the eyes of the law.

Matt Rice

Director of Investigations

Matt Rice, our director of investigations, works with MFA’s undercover investigators to expose animal abuse at factory farms and slaughterhouses. Among other successes, these investigations have led to raids of factory farms, rescues of abused farmed animals, and passage of anti-cruelty laws. Most importantly, they have opened the hearts and minds of millions of people to the power of their food choices to create a kinder world.

Nikki Bollaert

Director of Development

Nikki Bollaert is our director of development and the brains behind MFA’s fundraising programs. Passionate about social justice issues, she brings more than 20 years of experience to her position. Nikki is the proud mom of two amazing vegan kids, and her “furry family” includes two dogs, three cats, and a charismatic rabbit named Jerry.

Ari Solomon

Director of Communications

Ari Solomon is our director of communications, managing all things social media. He also serves as the liaison to celebrities involved in MFA’s campaigns. A prolific writer, Ari's work appears regularly on The Huffington Post, and has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Advocate. Ari’s videos on veganism, including Sh*t Vegans Say, have become viral sensations, with nearly 2 million combined views.

Nick Cooney

Director of Education

Nick Cooney is our director of education, overseeing MFA’s advocacy efforts. Nick is also the author of several books, including Change of Heart: What Psychology Can Teach Us About Spreading Social Change. He has lectured on effective advocacy across the U.S. and Europe, and hundreds of media outlets have spotlighted his work.

Jaya Bhumitra

Director of Corporate Outreach

Jaya Bhumitra serves as our director of corporate outreach, encouraging major food retailers, grocery stores, and fast-food giants to adopt and strengthen animal welfare policies. After learning about California’s Proposition 2, a bill aimed at ending extreme confinement of farmed animals, Jaya immediately went vegan. Jaya shares her home with her partner, Chris, and three beautiful rescued animals.

Johnathan Skinner

Software Engineer

Johnathan Skinner is our software engineer, overseeing the organization’s impressive catalogue of websites. Wellsprings of information on the benefits of veganism and the cruel plight of farmed animals, MFA’s websites are visited by thousands of people every day. Johnathan began his professional career as a video game programmer, landing a job as a game creator for Nintendo just one year out of high school.

Krista Hiddema

Managing Director, Canada

Krista Hiddema is managing director for MFA in Canada, spearheading corporate outreach initiatives and media relations, and leveraging MFA’s influence to strengthen governmental protections for animals in Canada. Krista and her husband, Nigel, share their home with their rescued companion animals, Pitou, Smurfette, Blue, Honey, Spice, Chip, and Dale.

Brooke Mays

Editor in Chief

Brooke Mays, MFA’s editor in chief, reviews all of MFA’s written material, and serves as managing editor for our semi-annual magazine, Compassionate Living. After an MFA investigation revealed startling animal abuse at an egg factory farm that supplied to Trader Joe’s, her letter to Trader Joe’s led the grocery giant to drop the cruel egg producer. Brooke has proven time and again that the pen is mightier than the sword!

Disney Bolin

Executive Assistant

Disney Bolin serves as executive assistant to our president, Nathan Runkle. Disney owes her can-do attitude to years of experience at a tech startup. A once MFA volunteer, Disney used her volunteer experience to share with others the horrors of factory farming. Now she cannot imagine devoting her life to anything but protecting farmed animals.  

Cailen LaBarge

Staff Attorney

Cailen LaBarge serves as staff attorney, assisting the general counsel with proactive litigation, nonprofit administration, and legal analysis. After an animal law clerkship opened her eyes to the suffering of farmed animals, Cailen became an advocate and a vegan. Cailen lives with her best friend, a pup named Floyd.

Lina Cohen

Staff Attorney

Lina Cohen serves as staff attorney at MFA, lending support to undercover investigations and legislative efforts to end animal suffering on factory farms. Lina interned at MFA as a law student and joined the team after graduation. Lina is passionate about animal rights and always on the lookout for new vegan restaurants in LA.

Clare Bland

Philanthropy Officer

Clare Bland serves as our philanthropy officer, ​bringing 23 years of development, program management, and nonprofit leadership experience to her role.​ ​Learning how smart and affectionate farmed animals were moved Clare to leave them off her plate for good. Clare and her husband Michael share their lives with two quirky rescued mutts, Ralph and Rufus.

John Karas

Philanthropy Officer

John Karas is our philanthropy officer for the East Coast and the South. He works with friends and supporters who wish to match their personal philanthropic goals with MFA strategic initiatives. John is a graduate student researcher of social change and brings more than a decade of development experience to his position. John and his wife are parents of three great kids and share their home with adopted cats Rico and Captain, and rescue labs Baylor and Lola.

Kelcey Meadows-Lucas

Philanthropy Officer

Kelcey Meadows-Lucas serves as philanthropy officer, helping our donors fulfill their dreams of ending farmed animal cruelty. Adopting a feisty terrier 15 years ago opened her heart to all animals. Kelcey soon became vegan and dedicated her life to helping animals. She brings more than a decade of fundraising experience to her position. Kelcey shares her home with her still feisty dog, Patches, his sister, Maizy, and her husband and toddler son.

Susan Weingartner

Development Projects Manager

Susan Weingartner is our development projects manager, organizing major events and other fundraising projects. She is an accomplished photographer, and for years her touching photos of rescued animals have raised much in vital funds for several organizations, including MFA. Susan and her son share their home with their three extremely outgoing cats, Aragorn, Kali, and Michael.

Kate Ziegler

Senior Investigations and Research Associate

Kate Ziegler is our senior investigations and research associate, analyzing evidence documented by MFA’s undercover investigators for potential violations of law. Kate credits her family with shaping her into the socially conscious and compassionate person she is.

Kristen Diederich

Development Systems Manager

Kristen Diederich is our development systems manager, expanding fundraising programs and managing day-to-day tasks. Kristen interned with MFA for just one week before being hired and is now based in our LA headquarters, working to protect farmed animals full time.

Kyle Fujisawa

Investigations and Research Associate

Kyle Fujisawa serves as investigations and research associate, conducting extensive research into agribusiness practices and animal welfare standards. In college, Kyle joined UC Santa Cruz’s animal advocacy club, where he first learned about MFA. He later became club president, working closely with MFA to develop more effective outreach techniques and maximize the number of students reached.  

Mark Devries

Investigations and Research Associate

Mark Devries serves as investigations and research associate, assisting MFA undercover investigators who are in the field. Mark analyzes investigative footage and also conducts economic and corporate research. He is producer and director of Speciesism: The Movie, which is widely used as an introduction to animal rights. It is also the world's first drone-based investigation of factory farming and has been viewed by tens of millions worldwide.

Sarah Von Alt

Communications Specialist

Sarah Von Alt serves as communications specialist, overseeing the creation of content for MFA's blogs and social media. Sarah joined the team in her home state of Ohio, where she organized grassroots outreach and worked with volunteers. Her creativity, willingness to learn, and drive make her the perfect fit for our ever growing social media presence. Sarah shares her life with her rescue mutt, Frannie, who loves coming to the office for a hard day of napping. 

Joe Loria

Emerging Social Media Specialist

Joe Loria serves as our emerging social media specialist, researching new social opportunities and creating content. Experienced in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, he has been instrumental to the success of numerous PR and social media campaigns. Upon discovering the horrors faced by farmed animals, Joe decided to become vegan. He is currently a proud cat dad to his fancy feline, Scout.

Tammy Borchert

Administrative and Merchandising Assistant

Tammy Borchert serves as our administrative and merchandising assistant, bringing expertise and years of experience in nonprofit apparel and campaigning. Strongly impacted by an in-depth study of yoga and two lovely rescued companion animals that shared her home, Tammy became vegan and has never looked back.

Mikael Nielsen

National Volunteer Coordinator

Mikael Nielsen is our national volunteer coordinator, mobilizing activists around the country. While Mikael had always been an animal lover, it was a friendly turkey on TV that inspired him to become vegan in 1996. Mikael says that working for Mercy For Animals is a dream come true.

Alan Darer

Education Project Coordinator

Alan Darer is our education project coordinator. He works with activists on college campuses around the country, and leads the charge in the creation, launch, and evaluation of our online ads. Alan was raised a vegetarian, and after the shock of viewing a video about the cruel egg industry, he became vegan and started interning at MFA. The rest is history!

Jamie Berger

Media Campaigns Coordinator

Jamie Berger serves as our media campaigns coordinator, executing mass media vegan advocacy efforts. Her professional experience includes both federal lobbying and public relations, and The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and other major national news outlets have featured her written work. 

Nicole Furlan

Web Developer

Nicole Furlan serves as our web developer. Nicole has been defending all animals ever since her dog saved her life. A nearly lifelong vegetarian, she became vegan after watching undercover factory farming footage. She also advocates for unfairly stereotyped dog breeds and shares her home with her husband, Billy, and two loving rescued pit bulls, Brady and Bruno.

Cameron McBride

Assistant Web Developer

Cameron McBride serves as our assistant web developer. Upon discovering the effects of heavy meat consumption on the human body, Cameron adopted a healthy and humane plant-based diet. He currently shares his home with his wife, Erin, and three loving companion animals.

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