Rescue Me Tucson has a board of seasoned animal advocates. Board member expertise includes non-profit, small business, shelter, rescue and foster experience; and public policy development.

RMT has worked diligently with community partners to lay the groundwork for success for our center, which will provide a vibrant, welcoming shared space where partnerships thrive and the community can participate in finding solutions to help homeless companion animals.


Nancy Young Wright, President

Nancy Young Wright w/ Trykker, PACC dog

Nancy has extensive experience in the public realm with a strong focus on public policy and animal welfare. She was a two-term Arizona State Legislator, where she started a bi-partisan animal caucus. Board service includes the HSUS Arizona Council, the Amphitheater School District Governing Board, the Tucson Audubon Society and the Arizona Historical Society. She has a BA in Journalism from New Mexico State University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. Nancy has volunteered at Pima Animal Care Center, with Cody’s Friends Charities, and helps organize supplies and volunteers to help groups serving the San Carlos Apache Reservation. 


LeeAnne Savage


W A (Allen) Wright, Treasurer

Allen worked for IBM Tucson for 38 years and is a retired Program Director with experience in managing large programs and development budgets. He has serviced as the general contractor for the RMT’s facility build out and has been helping manage the daily operations of the pet adoption center.