Nick Cooney is the founder and director of The Humane League, an animal advocacy organization based in Philadelphia, PA that focuses on farm animal protection issues. Nick has written for publications including The Philadelphia Inquirer and Z Magazine, and his advocacy work has been featured in hundreds of media outlets including Time magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and National Public Radio. He holds a degree in Non-Violence Studies from Hofstra University and formerly worked conducting nutrition education programs with the University of Pennsylvania's Urban Nutrition Initiative.
A frequent lecturer who has spoken to hundreds of classrooms, community groups and conferences, Nick is available to speak to your advocacy organization about key psychological principles that can make you more effective in your work for social change. Nick's talk includes a lecture, discussion, and strategy session about how to incorporate these principles into your advocacy work. His presentations are supported by a grant from the Culture And Animals Foundation.
Nick can be contacted at nick / at / thehumaneleague.com, or through The Humane League at (484) 904-6004