About Us

Kim Siebens, President and Founder​​

Kim grew up on a small family farm in Sequim, WA. She moved to Kitsap County in 2006 and resides in Bremerton, WA with her significant other, Michael and their 4 dogs: Riley, Maggie, Louie, and Buddy. She  enjoyed growing up around animals of all kinds. She showed horses and other farm animals in 4-H.  She strongly believes in the responsible and ethical treatment of animals. Kim founded "Their Voice" in order to help educate the community about what puppy mills are and how to stop unknowingly supporting that cruel industry. She has been a Registered Nurse since 2006 and works in a Trauma ICU. While being a nurse she has learned a lot about homelessness. This lead her to develop a program that assists homeless pet owners with pet food, supplies, and access to Veterinarian care.  

Leah Spaulding, Vice President

Leah Spaulding is a Port Orchard resident. When she adopted her dog in 2011, she realized how important pet shelters are and has been an animal advocate ever since. That year, she hosted her first fundraising event raising money for Spokanimal in Spokane. After that, she worked for nearly three years at a local holistic pet store where she learned about pet care and nutrition and worked with them to raise funds for Kitsap Humane Society and Kitsap Helpline. She was a volunteer for Kitsap Animal Advocates for two years and has most recently been the Vice President and Secretary of Their Voice since July 2017.

Theresa Pickard Donnelly, Advocacy Director

Theresa Donnelly is an active duty naval officer and professional communicator who brings to the team her 22 years of working with diverse groups to enact meaningful policy change on behalf of all animals. With 10 years of experience in animal protection policy, she previously spearheaded the effort to stop the Pearl Harbor Navy Exchange from selling pets from commercial breeders and host adoption events from local shelters. While stationed in San Diego, she was part of three groundbreaking efforts in neighboring cities enacting ordinances that stopped the sale of puppies from high-volume, commercial breeders. She has had three local editorials published on this issue, placed two letters to the editor, put together an educational presentation for policy leaders and testified countless times at the city, county and state level. She is also a volunteer district leader for the Humane Society of the United States. As a dog breed advocate who emphasizes responsible breeding practices, and as a longtime member of The American Boxer Club, she supports efforts that emphasize longevity and betterment of the breed.

Stacy Adams, Licensed Veterinary Technician, Lead Technician

​​Stacy has worked at Poulsbo Animal Clinic since December of 2015 but has many years of experience in veterinary medicine. Since she was a child she has had pets of all sorts, from dogs and cats to horses, ducks, chickens and frogs.  She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from Southern Illinois University. She has worked as a veterinary assistant in the ICU at North Shore Animal League in NY, the largest no-kill animal shelter in the United States. From there she has worked as a Licensed Veterinary Technician in the animal ER and general practice. Originally from Chicago, she moved to WA in 2014 and made her way to Poulsbo Animal Clinic. She has two horses named Rocky and Dakota, two cats named Pepe and Kitty and three dogs named Sawyer, Gunner and Macy. She spends her spare time reading and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest with her boyfriend. Some of her favorite parts of life in Washington are the smell of the ocean and the beautiful mountain views.