floraFlora Steffan
Executive Director

Growing up Flora watched many un-wanted dogs suffer the consequences of unfathomable human behavior. She began training dogs, studying behavior issues, and trying to make a difference. Nearly 30 years ago a Border collie puppy was dumped on her porch which changed her world. The dog’s name was Guess, and she was the most amazing Border collie ever! Flora thought if amazing dogs like Guess could be dumped or un-wanted, why not start a rescue for herding dogs? She decided that she would try to change things one dog at a time, and help great dogs find great homes. Since then it has been her life’s passion to focus on rescuing the herding breeds. She has been able to rehabilitate hundreds of herding dogs in need over the years. Herd U Needed a Home Rescue is now the place where people call when they want to surrender their herding dog, when the shelters are full or unplanned pregnancies happen. She loves what she does and hopes to continue to rescue for many more years to come. She is a true voice for the voiceless.

Tammy Buell
Executive Assistant

Horses and dogs have always been Tammy’s greatest passion! Since 2008 she has been involved with rescue and has been with Hunah since 2015. Tammy and her husband and have 3 dogs, 2 of which are Hunah dogs. They are avid mountain bikers and love nothing more than to bring their dogs on the trails with them for long rides!

Megan Gram
Development Director

Megan has always had a passion for helping animals in need. As a child she remembers helping her Mom care for stray dogs and cats, and nurse injured wildlife back to health. After graduating from Indiana University with a degree in Recreation, Megan moved to Bend Oregon in 2004 to pursue the outdoor lifestyle. A volunteer opportunity with a local animal welfare organization eventually led Megan to serve as the Executive Director of the Bend Spay+Neuter Project from 2012 to 2018. Megan is currently the District Leader volunteer for the Humane Society of The United States here in Oregon and is also a Certified Animal Welfare Administrator. She has trained with the ASPCA National Spay/Neuter Response Team and worked on a number of MASH style spay/neuter campaigns around the world. She is passionate about spay/neuter and rescue and is excited to be working with HUNAH. She is owned by three adopted dogs, three adopted cats and six bossy chickens. In her spare time Megan enjoys cat cuddling, dog walking, hiking, surfing and traveling.