The Delaware Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals recently expanded its board of directors by voting in three new members at its January meeting.
With the addition of Jim Carlo, Lona Crist and Kim Williams, the organization now has seven people on its board.
Carlo worked at IBM Corporation in Washington, D.C., for 30 years in various financial management capacities. After retiring in 2007, he moved to Rehoboth Beach. He will serve as treasurer for the Delaware SPCA, the same position he currently holds with his homeowners’ association.
Crist retired in 2013 from a 40-year career as a high school teacher in Maryland. She now lives in Sussex County and works part time as a veterinary assistant with an equine veterinarian. She has volunteered with the Delaware SPCA at many fundraising and adoption events.
Williams was first elected to represent the 19th District in the Delaware House of Representatives in November 2012. She has since been re-elected twice. A lifelong New Castle County resident, Williams is a licensed real estate agent with Berkshire Hathaway. She has served on the Animal Welfare Task Force.