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- David Grimm Author, "Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs"; Deputy News Editor, "Science"
- Sue Bell Founder and Executive Director, Homeward Trails Animal Rescue in Arlington; Board Member, Virginia Federation of Humane Societies
- Mike Bober Executive Vice President, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council
- George Leventhal President, Montgomery County Council (D)
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