John D. Miller Jr. (President)
John currently serves as a Vice President at the Vermont Law School in South Royalton. He oversees the enrollment, financial aid, communications, and marketing functions for the law school. John is from Albany, NY and moved to Vermont in 2006 to attend law school. In addition to his JD, he his AAS in Criminal Justice from Hudson Valley Community College, and his BS in Law and Society from The Sage Colleges. John lives in Waterbury with his partner and their lovable boxer Oliver and their cat Sammy, “the tortie with a lot of “tude!”
Lynne Eyberg (Vice President)
Lynne Eyberg earned her BA from Denison University and MA in Information and Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado. For the past twenty-five years she has worked in non-profit, corporate, and education sectors. In roles ranging from Project Manager to Account Director and Business Development Manager, Lynne has worked for companies such as HBO, Scholastic, Reader’s Digest, Champlain College and several new media agencies. Her non profit experience, focused on development and event planning for cancer research charities and private secondary schools, led her to her involvement with the North Country Animal League where she has held the positions of volunteer, fundraising consultant, and now serves as a proud Board Member. Lynne has been a lifelong champion of animal rescue and is the current dog mom of Maisey and Finn.
Terry Itameri-Kinter (Secretary)
Maggie is currently a member of the Smith Macdonald Group at Coldwell Banker Carlson Real Estate in Stowe. She has been a top performer in the luxury real estate markets of New York City and Lake Tahoe. She is also an accomplished digital marketing and advertising executive who has generated innovative campaigns across multiple competitive global industries for agencies like R/GA, Droga5 and Hill Holliday in New York and Boston. Maggie’s love of animals led her to earn a degree in Animal Sciences at the University of Vermont. Over the years she’s adopted two dogs (Gizmo and Ellie) and two cats (Montgomery and Inkspot) from NCAL.
Come find your next best friend!
To date, North Country Animal League has taken in, cared for, and found homes for over 11,000 homeless animals. Connecting humans with animals is what we do best - whether it be through adoptions, education and outreach, or volunteer opportunities. We created this video to show you what you can expect when you come to NCAL to find your next best friend!