Sharon Núñez Gough
Sharon Núñez is Animal Equality’s co-founder and President. Animal Equality is a leading international animal protection organization ranked as one of the four most effective animal organizations in the world.
Sharon has studied Sociology, and before dedicating her time to Animal Equality, she worked at highly recognized animal protection organizations in Madrid and London.
Sharon has been featured on international media, and Animal Equality’s campaigns and investigations have appeared in The New York Times, CNN, BBC, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and El País. As a speaker, Sharon has given presentations at Harvard Law School, MIT, New York University, and The University of Vienna. Recently, she was named one of the eleven Spanish women changing the world by the newspaper El Pais.
Sharon is the co-founder and co-director of the book collection “LiberAnima,” a prestigious book editorial that promotes equality and justice towards animals through the publication of several key books in Spain and Latin America.
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jose, and her two cats, Lince and Glen.