Beverlee McGrath lobbied for 20 years in California as the Western Regional Director for the Doris Day Animal League before relocating to Nevada as the Nevada State Director for The Humane Society of the United States. She became interested in the plight of wild animals while working as Lady Godiva in the television series “The Greatest Show on Earth” and seeing the constantly confined, heavily sedated big cats. Beverlee currently represents various Nevada animal groups as well as the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and Best Friends Animal Society.
- Nevada Legislative Specialist & Special Projects
- Best Friends Animal Society
- Nevada Humane Society
- SPCA of No. Nevada
- NV Political Action for Animals
- Lake Tahoe Humane Society & SPCA
- Compassion Charity of America
- Pet Network Humane Society
- Wylie Animal Rescue Foundation
- Paw Pac
- Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue
- Hidden Valley Horse Rescue
Beverlee is currently in the process of obtaining a permit for rehabilitating and releasing animals classified as wildlife as well as a permit for a sanctuary that will allow for the exhibiting of non-releasable wildlife. The animals will be on her 200-acre ranch where there are already five endangered species of birds and fish, and one threatened species. Her ranch is on the coast in southern California.