President and Director of Operations
Dawn has been involved in animal rescue since 2007, when she and her husband, Dan, fostered their first dog. Since then, over 200 dogs have been fostered at the Hulling’s household. Dawn continued to follow her dream of rescuing homeless animals, and in 2013, co-founded One Love Animal Rescue.
Dawn graduated from University of Delaware with a BSN, and puts her medical knowledge to use in evaluating and monitoring injured, ill and senior pets. Dawn’s motto is “help where we can when we can.” Dawn and Dan currently share their home with her four personal dogs; Jimmy the pit bull, Maxi the Border Collie, Winston the Pom-mix and Dexter the Doxy- JRT mix, plus several fosters. Dawn has two adult daughters that share her passion of animal rescue, and help out when they are able.
Stephanie is one of the founding members of One Love Animal Rescue. She has over twenty years of experience in finance in the media industry, with her most recent position as Controller for a local publication. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Thomas Edison State College.
Stephanie is an avid motorcyclist and enjoys taking the road less traveled. She currently has two of her own dogs, pit bulls Bella and Boomer, as well as fostering for One Love.
Diane began volunteering for One Love Animal Rescue in 2019, after adopting two dogs from the rescue. She holds several other volunteer positions, including Secretary and member of the Little Egg Harbor Township Green Team Advisory Board, Student Mentor in the LEHT School District, and previously served as a Board Member for Zonta International, Southern Ocean County Chapter.
Diane retired in 2015 after a long career at Johnson & Johnson companies, having worked in a variety of positions within the J&J network in both engineering and management. She holds an MS from New Jersey Institute of Technology in Industrial Engineering. She has two adult sons, both married and living in New Jersey. She resides in Little Egg Harbor Township with her three dogs – BeBe, Rocky and Henry.
Pat began volunteering with One Love Animal Rescue in 2016, and has been involved in many aspects of animal rescue; including adopters/fosters application screening, dog transport, events planning and fostering. She has most recently served as Applications Director for One Love.
Pat holds a BA from NYU and an MS in Urban Affairs from Hunter College, and has spent over 35 years in non-profit management, including program development, personnel management, budget management, grant writing, communications, community outreach and special events production. Pat and her husband Joe share their Pennsylvania home with 3 dogs (including Abe, the foster fail).