Adeline SANG elected as the new chairwoman by GSPSA board members

In September 2012 a French citizen, Adeline Mireille SANG, was chosen as the chairwoman of the Georgian Society for Protection and Safety of Animals.

Adeline SANG was born in November 1982 in France. She was raised near Paris and graduated from secondary school in 2000. She has been studying at Danielou College in Paris for 2 years and then got Master Degree in International Relationship at Lyon 3 University in 2005.
In August 2002 she came for the first time to Georgia and taught French to children at a public school in Zugdidi. In 2003 she spent 6 months in Germany, studying at the Humboldt University in Berlin. She likes travelling from her childhood and tried to discover as many countries as possible: Russia, Kirgizstan, United States, Israel, Benin…
In March 2006 she started a 6-month-internship period at the French Cultural Centre in Tbilisi. In September 2006 she returned to France where she has studied Russian and Georgian languages for 2 years at the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris.
In September 2008 she came back to Georgia and started working at the Cultural Department of the French Embassy (French Institute of Georgia). She has been the Director of the Language Courses since then and is also the General Secretary of the Institute since September 2011.
When she first visited Georgia, she got very sad by the number of homeless animals and the problem of stray animals. She read that Georgia was not a signatory of international conventions on animal rights. She understood then that some massive slaughters of stray dogs were happening in all cities and that in Tbilisi the City Hall had followed wrong approaches to the problem. In May 2011 she started volunteering for the Georgian non-governmental organization GSPSA and became an active member.
Since then Mrs. Adeline SANG is in charge of the international relationship of the GSPSA. She got in contact with several international animal protection organizations, like “Brigitte Bardot Foundation”, which gives active support and cooperation to GSPSA in achieving its missions. Mrs. Adeline SANG has worked out many projects and programs according to stray animal control in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, taking in consideration the international humane standards. She takes part in the meetings in the City Hall.
Congratulation to the animals of Georgia and the animal lovers for Mrs. Adeline SANG’s election as a chairwoman, which marks a new step in the field of animals’ rights!

In September 2012 a French citizen, Adeline Mireille SANG, was chosen as the chairwoman of the Georgian Society for Protection and Safety of Animals.

Adeline SANG was born in November 1982 in France. She was raised near Paris and graduated from secondary school in 2000. She has been studying at Danielou College in Paris for 2 years and then got Master Degree in International Relationship at Lyon 3 University in 2005.

In August 2002 she came for the first time to Georgia and taught French to children at a public school in Zugdidi. In 2003 she spent 6 months in Germany, studying at the Humboldt University in Berlin. She likes travelling from her childhood and tried to discover as many countries as possible: Russia, Kirgizstan, United States, Israel, Benin…
In March 2006 she started a 6-month-internship period at the French Cultural Centre in Tbilisi. In September 2006 she returned to France where she has studied Russian and Georgian languages for 2 years at the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris.

In September 2008 she came back to Georgia and started working at the Cultural Department of the French Embassy (French Institute of Georgia). She has been the Director of the Language Courses since then and is also the General Secretary of the Institute since September 2011.

When she first visited Georgia, she got very sad by the number of homeless animals and the problem of stray animals. She read that Georgia was not a signatory of international conventions on animal rights. She understood then that some massive slaughters of stray dogs were happening in all cities and that in Tbilisi the City Hall had followed wrong approaches to the problem. In May 2011 she started volunteering for the Georgian non-governmental organization GSPSA and became an active member.

Since then Mrs. Adeline SANG is in charge of the international relationship of the GSPSA. She got in contact with several international animal protection organizations, like “Brigitte Bardot Foundation”, which gives active support and cooperation to GSPSA in achieving its missions. Mrs. Adeline SANG has worked out many projects and programs according to stray animal control in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, taking in consideration the international humane standards. She takes part in the meetings in the City Hall.

Congratulation to the animals of Georgia and the animal lovers for Mrs. Adeline SANG’s election as a chairwoman, which marks a new step in the field of animals’ rights!