Founder & Executive Director

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 wife Leann, 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. 



Leann Kane is a clinically licensed social worker, working in the criminal justice system.  She spends the majority of her time advocating for the release of incarcerated individuals, and educating her community on the need for more empathetic, restorative approaches within the judicial system.  The other half of her time is spent helping her wife Brittney run Foreverland Farm. Leann got into rescue after meeting Brittney and falling in love with the world of rescue alongside Brittney's efforts. The most known fact about Leann is that the love of her life is one of her companion animals, a cat named Winchester (even if the feelings aren't mutual).


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 where she will graduate in January. Emily plans to become certified in animal massage after obtaining her license. 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.


Board Member
Co-chair Marketing Committee

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 Secretary
Chair Marketing Committee

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, daughter, and cat Flower. They are typically found either exploring nature, or exploring local vegan restaurants.


Board President

Rebecca is the founder & owner of Kind Style Shop, an online boutique specializing in high-quality, fashionable, vegan accessories created as a way to bridge the gap between her deep love of animals and her search for chic vegan fashion. In addition, Kind Style Shop is proud to support a variety of nonprofit organizations that benefit both people and animals.
Prior to launching her eCommerce site, Rebecca was Vice President of Marketing & Merchandise Presentation for Big Lots, Inc., overseeing visual merchandising and retail concept development for the company's 1,400+ retail stores.
With over 3 decades of corporate experience in fashion, retail design and merchandising, her career spans brands recognized worldwide. In addition, she owned & operated a mobile art gallery, bringing original & affordable art to unique venues benefiting non-profit organizations. She holds a degree in Fashion Design with continuing education in Business Entrepreneurship and Art History.
Her passion for animals and animal welfare echo throughout her current career choice and personal life.
She and her husband Steve have an adorable adopted cat, Little One and two very handsome horses, Kaza & Bombay.


Board Treasurer

Bio coming soon


Foreverland Farm is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, tax ID # 82-5407175

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