J.D. Dee served as Secretary and on the Board of Directors for FREE ALL CAPTIVE ELEPHANTS, FACE (formerly Save Nosey Now, Inc.) in 2017.
Robin Chandler Vitulle has been the Vice President and on the Board of Directors of FREE ALL CAPTIVE ELEPHANTS, FACE (formerly Save Nosey Now, Inc.) since the nonprofit’s inception in 2017.
Michelle Weirich was an Administrator and on the Save Nosey Now FaceBook Page from 2014 until 2019. She has been the treasurer of FREE ALL CAPTIVE ELEPHANTS, FACE (formerly Save Nosey Now, Inc.) since 2017.
Judy Collins attended Bunker Hill Community College. She became aware of the plight of elephants in 2015 and instantly was impassioned to help captive elephants.
Co-Secretary – Adrienne Possenti began elephant advocacy in 2013 by starting a letter writing campaign to local newspapers to educate the community of the need for legislative intervention on behalf of traveling exotic animals. Adrienne was determined to be a force and a voice for abused captive elephants. Adrienne convinced her local elected officials to enact an ordinance banning traveling exotic animal exhibitions, ending a 52 year-long circus tradition in her community. A county resolution to ban circus animal exhibitions was put in place with Adrienne’s sponsorship. Adrienne gave testimony in favor of Nosey’s Law in New Jersey’s state capital before both the House Appropriations Committee and the Assembly Committee. Nosey’s Law was passed in December, 2018. This groundbreaking legislation made New Jersey the first state in the nation to ban all traveling exotic animal exhibitions. In May, 2018, Adrienne became an Administrator for FACE (formerly Save Nosey Now) and a member of the Board of Directors. Adrienne now dedicates herself full-time to FREE ALL CAPTIVE ELEPHANTS (FACE) and to supporting the TRAVELING EXOTIC ANIMAL PUBLIC SAFETY PROTECTION ACT, H.R. 2863 (TEAPSPA). A highlight in Adrienne’s advocacy history was being present in Washington, DC during the reintroduction of TEAPSPA, May, 2019.