Our founder and CEO Dr. Erin Shults quit private practice to devote all of her time and expertise to Mazie’s Mission. She graduated from Texas A&M Veterinary School in 1998. She founded Mazie’s Mission in the fall of 2009 with one goal in mind-become a driving force in animal welfare. Dr. Shults believes that every animal deserves to be treated with kindness and live without fear. She is also training in the field of Veterinary Forensics to aid prosecutors and law enforcement in animal neglect, cruelty, and dog fighting cases. Dr Shults is a member of AVMA, TVMA, CCVMA, World Vets, The International Veterinary Forensic Science Association, Dallas Animal Cruelty Alliance, and serves as a Board Member of Texas Humane Legislation Network. She currently lives in Frisco, Texas with 2 cats and 2 dogs.
Bruce Foster is our Chairman of the Board. He has recently retired after a lucrative career as an entrepreneur. His expertise at creating a business and making it profitable is tantamount to making Mazie’s Mission successful. He currently owns a mixed breed dog he adopted from the pound, Josh, and could not imagine his life without a pet.
Deb Blakeney is the Mission’s secretary and also serves as Volunteer Coordinator. Deb has been active in the Mission adoption events and fundraisers since she was introduced to it in the spring of 2010. Deb retired in 2011 as a Senior Project Management Executive with Cerner Corporation, a Healthcare Information Technology and consulting firm where she enjoyed a 25 year career. She graduated from William Carey College in 1969 with a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry and earned her M.T. (ASCP) degree from Bellarmine College in 1972. Deb’s project management and administrative skills are imperative to the Mission’s operation. She lives in McKinney with her husband, 1 cat and 3 dogs, one of which is a Mazie’s rescue.
Lisa Bloomer, C.P.A., has graciously volunteered to be Mazie’s Mission’s Treasurer. She graduated from the University of North Texas in 1991 and received her Accounting license in 1993. She has been a certified public accountant for over 16 years and will use her talents to manage all donations and assets that The Mission acquires. She currently owns 2 mixed breeds shelter dogs, one that she adopted from Mazie’s.
Marcus Broussard is an Advisory Member of the Board of Directors. He is currently the President/CEO of Centennial Commercial Lending and will be vital at obtaining land for The Mission. His expertise in money management and land acquisition will be imperative. He also owns 2 cats and 2 dogs.