Our service monkeys are provided at no cost to our recipients.
As a senior level non-profit management professional, Diane S. Nahabedian has spent over thirty years working with organizations to enhance their stature through outreach to ensure organizational financial security.
Animals, especially primates, have been a lifelong interest of Alison, Director of Monkey Care at Helping Hands. In the third grade, she decided that someday she would work with monkeys or apes.
Liz returned home to Newport, RI from Boston College with a degree in math and computer science to begin working on nuclear submarines. After missing Boston and in search of her passion, she went to Harvard University’s Development Office to design fundraising systems, writing applications for phonathons and university-wide capital campaigns.
Natalie worked with animals in a variety of capacities before joining Helping Hands. Since graduating from Wheaton College in 2005 with a BA in Psychobiology, she has worked as a zookeeper, a lab animal veterinary technician, and a manager of a primate psychology research lab.
Allyson received her Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Technology from Mount Ida College in 2008 and always knew she wanted to work with exotic animals.
Kim has always had an affinity for animals, having owned a plethora of domesticated mammals and reptiles growing up.