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 Co-founder &  

 Executive Director & Interim Board President 


When asked about how Foreverland Farm got started, Brittney's reply is always the same, "That is a great question" she'll say as she laughs.  Brittney began her love affair with animals as far back as she can remember.  The first animal she ever cared for was her guinea pig, named Pidge.  Since those days she has rescued animals from shelters as companion animals, and got into rescue seriously after adopting a horse named Booger in 2012.


Since founding Foreverland Farm officially in 2018 with her spouse Sawyer, Brittney has focused her efforts on alleviating suffering for animals through rescue and education. Managing the farm, along with her full-time job as a mental health therapist, Brittney hopes to bring healing and compassion to animals and humans through her work. 



Sawyer Kane is a clinically licensed social worker, working in the criminal justice system.  They spend the majority of their time advocating for the release of incarcerated individuals, and educating their community on the need for more empathetic, restorative approaches within the judicial system.  The other half of their time is spent helping their wife Brittney run Foreverland Farm.


Sawyer got into rescue after meeting Brittney and falling in love with the world of rescue alongside Brittney's efforts. The most known fact about Sawyer is that the love of their life is one of their companion animals, a cat named Winchester (even if the feelings aren't mutual).

Animal Care

 Raven MacFarlane 

 Animal Care Manager 

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Raven is a 2023 graduate of the University of Cincinnati. She has a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in Agricultural Business and Animal Science.

Raven struggled to find a line of work that felt “right” or gave her a sense of purpose until she found Foreverland Farm. Ever since she began working for Foreverland, she has found a true sense of purpose in being able to care for and help all the different animal residents. Raven has about 17 years of equine experience, making her one of the official horse girls of Foreverland Farm.

Raven has 1 dog, a corgi named Kaia, and two cats, Elliot and Xiomara, who she adopted from Foreverland Farm. In her free time, Raven enjoys video games, drawing and photography. Raven is very excited and hopeful for her future and looks forward to all the ways she will grow during her time at Foreverland Farm.


 Animal Caregiver 


Emily is a 2016 graduate of Kent State University and a 2018 graduate of East Carolina University with degrees in Human Development and Family Science, and minoring in Nonprofit Studies and Interpersonal Communication. After some time in an unhealthy job, she took the leap to enroll into massage therapy school and graduated in January 2021, with furthe plans to become certified in animal massage.

Emily has always loved working with animals and has been called a “dog whisperer” more times than she can count. There has always been some deep connection and understanding between Emily and the animals. Emily’s first “job” was cat-sitting for her neighbor when she was just 12 years old, and has continued watching animals throughout her education.

Emily currently lives in Cincinnati and while she doesn’t have pets right now, she dreams of owning a large plot of land with many dogs, the bigger the better! She enjoys practicing yoga, going on road trips, and learning new things. She can often be found with some form of coffee and a snack, taking pictures of and asking to pet every dog she sees.


 Animal Caregiver 

Olivia was born and raised in Cincinnati and now has her own family she’s raising with her husband, Dave. They have three kiddos, Norah -13, Miles-11, and Ellis-8.  They also have three dogs, Georgie, Ruby and Honey, and just recently lost their 8-year-old goldfish Rico. 

Olivia is a cosmetologist by trade and did hair in the salon for 15 years and stepped away for some time after Covid to reevaluate what she wanted out of life. Fate lead her to Foreverland Farm when she feared the care of some mini horses at a local plant store weren’t being taken care of properly. She instantly fell in love with the animals and the lovely people who ran the farm. Olivia was vegetarian when she started her journey at the farm, but quickly realized that no longer aligned with her values and veganism quickly became her way of life.

Olivia still cuts hair on the side, as it is a creative outlet for her and she enjoys talking with people. She also plays tennis competitively and loves plants. Foreverland farm is her most favorite place ever and she cannot wait to see what the future holds.


 Maggie Deller 

 Animal Caregiver 


Maggie is a graduate student with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies with a focus on biology. Her love for animals started with bird watching, then was compelled to become vegan and an animal advocate. She has published research at the University of Cincinnati and has mitigated and reduced window collisions with avian species on campus.

She now works at Foreverland Farm as an animal caregiver and also manages our volunteers. She especially loves to work with our goats and ducks. In her free time, she spends every moment with her cat Corduroy. She thanks everyone who is a part of Foreverland Farm!



 Board Treasurer  

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Recently retired from his position as Managing Partner, Client Operations for LogicSource, Steve Littman led the field operations of the purpose-built procurement services and technology provider. LogicSource solutions drive client cost reductions and efficiencies across all areas of their spend.

Prior to joining LogicSource, Steve was Vice President of Real Estate Administration for Big Lots, Inc., overseeing property management, lease administration, store planning, construction of new/remodel stores, energy & engineering and procurement for the 1400+ stores and the corporate office. He managed $350M in both capital & operating expenses each year. In addition to Big Lots, Steve has served in executive level positions with several other large retail brands such as United States Shoe Corporation and Famous Footwear


He spends his free time with his wife Rebecca, their cat Little One, adopted from Capital Humane, and their two horses, Kaza and Bombay. They enjoy travel both domestic and abroad as well as attending animal welfare seminars and conferences across the country. Steve also previously volunteered at the Rosemont Children’s Facility working with children with disabilities. Steve has two adult children, Adam and Stephanie, who live in Ohio and frequently travel with Steve and Rebecca.


 Board Secretary

2 months after viewing animal rights documentaries and becoming vegan in 2014, Justin decided to go into activism. Beginning by serving as an undercover investigator with Mercy for Animals, he conducted multiple investigations, including one that contributed to the largest and most comprehensive animal welfare policy overhaul from a corporation after footage he shot was released from a Walmart supplier.

Since then, he has been involved in and around animal rights work and volunteering. Much of his work includes coordinating volunteers, including serving as Volunteer Manager for the League for Animal Welfare. Justin is passionate about furthering education regarding animal welfare issues, especially as they intersect with worker’s rights and social justice. Justin lives in Cincinnati with his wife, daughters, and cat Flower. They are typically found either exploring nature, or exploring local vegan restaurants.



 Board Member 

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Alison Smock is a 2008 graduate of the Ohio State University and a 2014 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law. She also earned a professional certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University in 2014.

Alison has a wealth of experience from her pivotal work in both the legal and nonprofit sectors, and she currently lives and works in Cincinnati with her fiancé, David, their rescue dog (Bear), and their 3 rescue cats (Sam, Andi, and Tuna).


 Board Member 

Rachael Winters met Brittney and Sawyer while at NKU when they were both students and she was an instructor in the Social Work department.  Several years later she is now a board member and a huge supporter of Foreverland Farm.  Still practicing social work with those pesky and stubborn humans, Rachael also now crochets to benefit Foreverland Farm and loves to volunteer at the farm cutting up wood with her chainsaw.  Rachael's involvement with Foreverland Farm has given her a new perspective and has challenged many of her beliefs and attitudes.  "Foreverland Farm is a healing place on so many levels and for animals and humans alike".  


Rachael pictured with Benson, an adoptee from Foreverland Farm. 

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