MSPCA President, Sandwich Resident Announces Retirement

BOSTON – A Cape Codder who has led the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals since 2006 has announced his retirement.

Carter Luke, a resident of Sandwich, has served the MSPCA for the last 23 years.

Luke’s tenure at the MCPCA is marked by years of significant advances for all animals, including pets and wildlife.

His lasting legacy for the organization on Cape Cod will be his work to cultivate hundreds of local donors to raise $3 million for a new animal care and adoption center in Centerville.

His last day will be December 31.

The MSPCA’s board of directors will lead a search for a new CEO, who is expected to be in place for the start of 2020.

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