Emily Brill | Executive Editor and Founder
Emily Brill is the executive editor and founder of The Canine Review.
A lifelong, committed journalist, Brill has more than two decades of professional newsroom experience in a variety of mediums from broadcast to print to online. She’s worked everywhere from Fox News Channel during its early days with Shepard Smith, to Charlie Rose, to CNN; even CBS News’s Beijing Bureau. Before TCR, she was a full-time freelance reporter. In addition to production jobs in broadcast and radio, her reporting was published everywhere from The New York Times’s China edition to The Daily Beast to Buzzfeed. Brill is the proud owner of a high-energy, bird-loving, quail hunting American field Labrador, “Nellie” who, like her mom, likes to spend a lot of time with veterinarians.
Bryan Davis, Chief Revenue Officer
We’re thrilled to welcome Bryan Davis, a veteran journalist who led audience growth for The New York Times, The Atlantic and, most recently, for NBC News.
Anastasia “Stasha” Healy | Director of Communications
A veteran communications professional, Ms. Healy will oversee our social media, email marketing, and communications related to our recruitment efforts. She is an award-winning travel writer formerly on staff at Condé Nast Traveler and Fodor’s among others.
Missy Schrott Boylan
Senior Editor, PROFILES
Ms. Schrott Boylan has been a contributor to TCR since our launch in late 2019. An award-winning journalist whose most recent positions include Managing Editor at The Alexandria Times, she has also contributed reporting to People and The Spruce Pets. Her shelter profiles for TCR have been some of our most read articles, full stop. We’re so excited to have her back and can’t wait to see what she does with the section.
We are building a small advisory board. Our advisors provide input and subject-matter expertise. They have no direct role in the governance or management of the organization. For starters, it includes:
Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. Hohenhaus is a double-boarded, third generation senior veterinarian and Director of Pet Health Information at the world’s largest nonprofit veterinary hospital, Schwarzman Animal Medical Center (“AMC”) in midtown Manhattan. In addition, she is an award winning journalist, having received the DeBakey Award for Excellence in Journalism from the Foundation for Biomedical Research. Among other things, Dr. Hohenhaus is known for her blockbuster SiriusXM show, Ask The Vet.
Louise Story is a journalist and media executive. After more than a decade at The New York Times where she was an award-winning reporter and then worked on the paper’s growth strategy and technology platforms, she was, most recently, Chief Product and Technology Officer of The Wall Street Journal as well as a senior Masthead Editor.
More to come.