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Executive Director

Carolina Tiger Rescue
1940 Hanks Chapel Rd.
Pittsboro , North Carolina 27312
United States

Company Description: Carolina Tiger Rescue is a nonprofit organization located in Pittsboro, N.C. The 55-acre sanctuary is home to 70 animals, including tigers, ocelots, binturongs, and...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Earth Share North Carolina
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About Our Board And Staff, 11 May 2014 [cached]
Pam Fulk, (*2016) Executive Director, Carolina Tiger Rescue
Pam Fulk, President of ..., 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Pam Fulk, President of C.A.R.E.'s board of directors remarked, "A big thank you goes out to the friends of C.A.R.E. that came out for the walk.
About Us - Staff, 23 May 2014 [cached]
Pam Fulk- Executive Director
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Pam has worked in the nonprofit field for over 30 years, and has spent much of that time in resource development, program planning and evaluation, policy, and management. Along the way she has helped birth 10 nonprofits, served on local and national boards of nonprofits, and done private consulting as well. Pam began her nonprofit education by working for John Carver, the "father" of the Policy Governance Model, and is an alumna of trainings through the Foundation Center, Stephen Covey, and the Center for Creative Leadership.
Pam brought her "nonprofit building" skills to Carolina Tiger Rescue in 2003 for a more "joyful" experience in the animal care world.
"In-kind support allows us to tighten ..., 19 Sept 2013 [cached]
"In-kind support allows us to tighten our annual operating budget and operate debt-free for all of our property and equipment," says Pam Fulk, executive director of Carolina Tiger Rescue.
"She's kind of scared right ..., 4 Oct 2012 [cached]
"She's kind of scared right now - they always are when you first move them," said Pam Fulk, executive director of Carolina Tiger Rescue.
"It takes a couple weeks."
Fulk said the sanctuary has seen a steady increase in calls for animal rescue since the center reopened in 2005.
"I think that the words have just gotten out there that we have room and we have the resources," she said.
The center received four new tigers this year, bringing its total to 12 tigers. The center also has three lions, a cougar and several other breeds of wild cats.
But Fulk said choosing what animals to rescue is a long process.
"We have a whole decision tree that we go through every time we consider a rescue," Fulk said.
She said this includes the animal's health and available habitats.
"The last thing we look at is how they line up with our core values," Fulk said.
She said they will not take any animals from a breeder or a circus because they do not want to enable these businesses to keep using exotic animals.
Fulk said they will need to build more habitats in order to house any more rescued animals.
"The unrestrained breeding is not helping the situation," Fulk said.
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