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Your donation helps provide care for nearly 300 chimpanzees with:

  • three daily meals of fresh fruits and vegetables
  • first-rate medical care
  • enrichment activities that encourage natural behaviors

Donated funds:

  • help maintain the 12 three-acre island homes
  • allow chimps space and freedom to wander to their hearts content

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Board of Directors | Advisory Council | Senior Staff

Board of Directors:

Jason North – Board Chair

Jason North is the Chief Operating Officer of Team Health Urgent Care Centers, a division of TeamHealth, the Nation’s largest provider of hospital-based clinical outsourcing. As COO he has responsibility for the operations of 29 TeamHealth urgent care and occupational medicine centers. He is a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he received a degree in Business Administration.

North founded JSN Consulting providing strategic planning and business development to hospitals and the medical industry. His credentials also include being featured in Executive Files, a national speaker on urgent care development and a contributing editor for Health Matters, as well as other healthcare related publications.

North has served on many not-for-profit boards such as; The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Chairman of Save the Chimps, American Cancer Society, Angels of Charity and the Professional and Business Forum. His committee involvements include the Human Rights Campaign, Hope and Help, Make a Wish Foundation and the March of Dimes.

Prior to joining TeamHealth in February of 2009, North was the Director of Operations for Concentra Medical Centers in Florida, the nation’s largest provider of occupational medicine and urgent care.

Jeff Arnstein

Jeff has been a board member of Save the Chimps since 2008. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, after which he moved to San Diego where he joined the international accounting, tax and consulting firm, Deloitte, and earned his CPA designation. Mr. Arnstein’s 35+ years of professional experience include working in both for profit and not-for-profit organizations including CFO/COO of the Arcus Foundation, Director of Finance for Friends of the High Line, public accounting, real estate investment, management, finance and private equity investment for high net-worth families. Mr. Arnstein’s passions include his husband of 22 years, Michael Field; progressive politics; and freedom of speech, thought and expression.

Sarah Haney

Sarah is a retired registered nurse residing near Toronto in Ontario. She is co-founder of the Canadian Whale Institute and has been involved with several cetacean conservation groups since 1992. Sarah supports Salmon Coast Field Station in its efforts to save the wild Pacific salmon on Canada’s west coast.

Tracey Lovitz, CFP®

Tracey is a Certified Financial Planner™ with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. and has been with the company since 1988.  Ms. Lovitz is a member of the Financial Planning Association. Ms. Lovitz  is an active member and/or board member of organizations that benefit children, elementary through college age for causes such as: child abuse prevention; elementary education for brain safety; and scholarship houses that provide rent free housing for deserving young college students who lack financial resources, but demonstrate excellent academic merit and good character.

Chip Owen

Chip resides in San Diego, California and is an investor in commercial real estate. Mr. Owen is an active supporter of animal conservation and environmental projects both in the United States and Africa. Mr. Owen has a degree in finance and serves on the board of several non-profit organizations.

Jon Stryker

Jon is the Founder and President of the Arcus Foundation, a private foundation with offices in New York City and Cambridge, UK that supports groups advancing gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) human rights and groups working globally to promote great ape conservation. He is a founding Board Member of the Ol Pejeta Wildlife Conservancy in Northern Kenya, Save the Chimps in Ft. Pierce, Florida and Greenleaf Trust, a trust bank in Kalamazoo. Mr. Stryker is also a registered architect in the State of Michigan.

Tim Wu