RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — It's no secret things have been rocky at the Nevada Humane Society for the last several years. There's been mounting complaints, questions and concerns resulting in the resignation of many board members and former CEO Greg Hall.
Jerleen Bryant has been named the interim CEO at the organization and has a tall task in front of her. Bryant comes to the Biggest Little City after previously serving as the head of the humane society in Maui, Hawaii.
News 4's Joe Hart had a chance to catch up with Bryant during her first week on the job and she said she's committed to moving forward.
Bryant was named the interim CEO by new board president Ray Gonzalez but made it clear during her interview with News 4 that she's interested in the role permanently — a decision that would ultimately be made by the board.