IAACR founder Alison Gray believes all lives matter. Her compassion & understanding towards those who suffer is limitless & her holistic approach to liberate any animal from suffering has saved over one hundred twenty lives to date.
Alison has a strong aptitude towards understanding different cultures, especially those within third world countries. She has strong networking & negotiating skills allowing her to provide immediate & long term solutions to achieve a peaceful outcome for both humans & animals.
When it comes to achieving the impossible, Alison has no fear. When it comes to acting as a voice for the voiceless, she feels she represents many voices.
Alison has two goals. The first to put together & introduce an education package compulsory for Year 10 students worldwide.
When asked what is the motivation behind this:
“I remember taking typewriting classes for a whole year. I’ve been a great 10 finger touch typist for all my life now. I also remember doing Algebra, Pythagorus & Fractions in Mathematics for all of my school life. None of those three mathematical teachings assist me in any way, shape or form & haven’t done so since I started learning maths.
Animal welfare worldwide is an ongoing issue. I believe it’s imperative that all teenagers learn the importance of animal welfare before leaving school & learning all aspects so they can make better choices & feel equipped with knowledge to continue being the voice for the voiceless.
I hope to encourage more people to be active.
Animals need change now. We need to do something with such an impact that it wakes the world up.
I believe we were all created to live peacefully amongst each other. No life is more superior than the another. This only exists in the animal kingdom food chain & even then, it’s not superiority. It’s natural survival skills.”
Her second goal is to liberate as many animals from suffering as possible.