SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF PROGRAMS AND POLICY
Anna Frostic is the senior vice president of programs and policy for Humane Society International. Frostic first joined the animal protection law department at the Humane Society of the United States in 2008 and soon moved into a management position for the wildlife animal research practice group. Her efforts have included protecting wildlife from trophy hunting, human conflict and commercial exploitation; eliminating unnecessary animal testing; stopping wildlife trade; prohibiting the substandard exhibition of wild animals; and preventing the exotic pet trade. Frostic co-authored the American Bar Association-published book Wildlife Law and Ethics: A U.S. Perspective and is an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law. She has lectured on animal law at law schools, bar associations and conferences across the country. She shares her home with Sealoun, a dog HSI rescued from the Korean dog meat trade.