One Team.
One Vision.

Shelter Animals Count is a new, collaborative initiative formed by a diverse group of stakeholders to create and share a national database of sheltered animal statistics, providing facts, and enabling insights that will save lives.

Jodi Lytle Buckman

Jodi Lytle Buckman is a Senior Director of Community Outreach for the ASPCA. She serves as the grants officer and ASPCA Community Initiatives representative for Arizona, Nevada and Utah, serves as the liaison for the ASPCA partner community of Sacramento, and works in partnership with other national organizations on behalf of the ASPCA. Jodi’s service to other national partners includes working closely with the Society of Animal Welfare Administrators (Chair of the Certification Council, and SAWA representative for the National Animal Rescue and Sheltering Coalition), the National Federation of Humane Societies (Board Member and Treasurer, and Chair of the Metrics and Measurement Committee), the CATalyst Council and Shelter Animals Count (Board Member and interim Vice Chair). With over 20 years of experience working in animal welfare and protection, she’s served as an Executive Director for shelters in Maine, Minnesota and Ohio, and worked for the American Humane Association as their Director of Animal Programs. She achieved the Certified Animal Welfare Administrator (CAWA) designation in 2006.

With her husband, David Lytle, children, Sam and Zoë, and canine companions Skye and Sophie; Jodi lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.