Wendy Finn


Wendy became involved with Lab Rescue in 2004, after getting her start in rescue with another organization. She has served as an adoption coordinator and foster home coordinator. Her first love is fostering and she has cared for more than 150 dogs in her home. She has a special fondness for timid and senior dogs. Wendy is a marketing and nonprofit management professional and she brings those skills to the rescue. She recently adopted Bob, her sixth Lab Rescue dog.

Sterrie Weaver

First Vice President

Sterrie retired as a Captain in the U.S. Navy after 38 years of service and started volunteering with Lab Rescue after he saw a plea for fosters in 2002. He has held many volunteer positions and has been a board member since 2006 ably assisted by his wife Fran. They have fostered many many labs and litters of puppies. They are 5 time foster failures having adopted Bailey in 2004, Baby Girl and Mia in 2008, Molly in 2012 and Jake from State Farm in 2015.


Carol Lagundo

Second Vice President

Carol first started volunteering for Lab Rescue in 2008 after attending an adoption day event.  She's been an adoption coordinator and fostered more than 50 Labs, several of which were blind.  She and her husband are especially fond of senior and special needs Labs and have adopted five senior Labs:  Teddy, Shorty, Daisy, Gomer, and Miss Piggy.  Carol serves as the event manager for the Annual Lab Rescue Dog Walk and the Annual Online Holiday Auction and writes the Lab Rescue newsletter, The Fetch.  Carol works for the National Archives and Records Administration as an IT Project Manager.

Jen Norris


Jen adopted her first Lab Rescue dog (Sporty) in May of 1997. She has been volunteering with Lab Rescue since 2006; first as an adoption event handler, then as an intake coordinator. Jen has held the position of Board Treasurer since 2010 and also sends out the weekly “good news” emails and Facebook posts about who was recently adopted. Her dogs Barney (old dude) came to the Norris household in 2006 and then Maggie (little gem) in 2009, after Sporty made her way to Lab Heaven. In her spare time, you can find Jen working as a CPA at a market research company or hiking and running outdoors in all weather, stopping to pet any dog she meets..

Tracy Cormier


Tracy became involved with Lab Rescue in 2013, after she volunteered to be a transporter. Two days later she decided to try the foster role. Over 130 fosters later it is still her first love. She adopted foster #70, a little shy yellow, who stole her heart. She currently serves as our Adoption Coordinator Director and has the responsibility for recruiting, training and mentoring new Adoption Coordinators, handling application issues, ensuring proper guidance to new adopters as well as staffing the monthly Adoption Events. She also assists the rescue by being an active foster, dog evaluator and does home checks. Currently, she is the Deputy Special Agent in Charge for a federal agency in the DC area and shares her home with her three pups, Keegan, Maddie and Chloe.

Sarah Hoddinott


Sarah Hoddinott joined Lab Rescue in 2008 after adopting her first Lab Kingsley.  She has fostered more than 35 Labs and has a special place in her heart for timid dogs. She currently has a few primary responsibilities on the board; technology and the website, fundraising, and assisting fosters and adopters with questions about how to maximize the potential of their fearful dog.  Sarah has more than 20 years experience in working with non-profits, specializing in the marriage of technology and fundraising.  By day, she works for a software company. Sarah is mom to her 5 year old chocolate boy, Jake and 5 year old fearful Lab Luna.


MC Johnson


M.C. became a volunteer shortly after she and her husband adopted a bonded pair, Raven and Shadow, from Lab Rescue in 2013. First transporting, then fostering, then adding in some intake and home visits, she finally become an adoption coordinator. In 2016, she assumed responsibility for the OGB line. She loves her seniors, and has failed twice out of the seventy plus fosters they have hosted, first adopting Sugar Baby/Bonnie, and after she crossed, falling for bonded pair Bear and Farley. Currently, they have five senior dogs, plus the (in)famous Ramsey, four cats, nine horses (most of whom are “past senior”) and four donkeys. She and her husband retired early because work was interfering with Lab Rescue. Their self-professed legacy to date is a humane society in rural Colorado which they co-founded in the early 80’s and is still going strong.