One Mutt at a Time Rescue Foundation, Inc.
MEET THE TEAM
Co-Founder & Board Officer
Juli Nagashima, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM (Co-Founder)
Juli is a career long Labor & Delivery Nurse. She is a leader in Women’s Health, an Educator and she is also a Global Entrepreneur. She has been rescuing dogs since 1991. She lives on their 6 acre ranch outside of Los Angeles, California with her husband Paul, where they foster many of the rescues dogs, raise Nigerian Dwarf goats and Have Appaloosa Horses.
She has been involved with several rescues over the years and felt now was the time to branch out on her own. She sought out the most compassionate, like-minded and dedicated people to join her on this adventure. She is passionate about educating the public about breed discrimination, the importance of fostering, spay and neutering and saving the seasoned dogs who may not have as long on the earth to teach us what they know. This is why the Senior or Senior Program was created.
Co-Founder & Board Officer
Kristen Nicole Gamble
Kristen is a Social Worker for the County of San Bernardino for the last 9 years and counting.
She has been a dog advocate most of her life. She grew up wanting to be a vet but took a different turn in school when she realized science was not her forte. But still greatly felt the need to help animals. When she moved out on her own 13 years ago, that's when she started to get into rescue. She was an independent rescuer until she decided to join forces and open her own rescue. She has fostered several cats and dogs, rescued her own animals and helped whenever she could. She enjoys giving to those in need to help their animals stay in a loving-home, and rehabilitating dogs to find a new forever home. Her goal is to help educate the community about the importance pf spay and neuter in order to help reduce the overpopulation of cats and dogs which will ultimately lead to less euthanasia of animals.
Paul Nagashima, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB
Paul is a Design Principal for one of the Worldwide Leaders in Engineering and Architecture. His specialty is Public, Military and Institutional Design. He has carved out a niche for himself as one of the Premiere Prison, Prison Hospital, and Hospital designers; His Signature Design being the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, California.
Paul has always been a lover of animals. Growing up, his family always had dogs. Rescue was never in his thoughts, but he really didn’t have a choice when he married the crazy animal lover Juli. They live on their 6 acre ranch outside of Los Angeles, California where they foster many of the rescues dogs, raise Nigerian Dwarf goats and Have Appaloosa Horses.