Laura Hagen has roots in animal advocacy and lobbying—she served for almost five years as the deputy director of advocacy for the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) where she managed advocacy campaigns on legislative and regulatory initiatives that included efforts to curtail wildlife trade, to protect captive and domestic wildlife, to end intensive farm animal confinement practices and to end the sale of animals in pet stores. She most recently served as counsel, captive animal law enforcement for the PETA Foundation, where she provided legal advice on captive wildlife campaigns, including investigations, regulatory efforts, policy and litigation.

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