In 2016, James Dimpsy and his wife handed their responsibilities of publishing in the magazine to Jason Klatsky. Since then, he is sincerely handling the publication. He strived to improve the quality of the paper & filled the magazine with beautiful colors. Along with this, he enhanced the digital presence of The Pet Gazette Magazine.
Jen is a seasoned PR, marketing, digital, communications, and advertising professional. She has received a BA degree in English and Journalism from Lehigh University, and a Masters degree in childhood education from Pace University.
James Dempsey used his talent and passion for pets and became the proud publisher of The Pet Gazette Magazine. Jim quits his sales job and decided to run The Pet Gazette, a free black and white magazine that comes out every two months and is devoted entirely to the Westchester animal scene. Later they started distributing the magazine in New York City, Fairfield, and Long Island.
The Pet Gazette’s visual presentation was highly professional, a strength that Mr. Dempsey credits to his wife, Cheryl, a graphic designer. Her work, especially on the covers, adds considerably to the magazine.
Sandra M. Radna, Esq
Sandra M. Radna, Esq. is the owner of Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna, PC., a general practice law firm based in Long Island, New York. With 28 years of experience practicing law, representing divorcees since 1993, Radna founded Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna in 2012 and now leads an all-women firm. Radna was selected as the top 1% of Family Lawyers by the National Institute of Trial Lawyers, and was also chosen as a Lawyer of Distinction in the areas of Divorce and Family Law as recognized by the New York Times and USA Today. She has been interviewed by National Public Radio (NPR), The Donna Drake Show, and Wake Up Call Podcast, has been featured in Newsday, USA Today, and Long Island Business News- Print Edition, and is the author of You’re Getting Divorced…Now What?, the ultimate divorce court guide.
Stan Popovich is the author of the popular managing fear book, “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear”. For more information about Stan’s book and to get some free mental health advice, please visit Stan’s website at http://www.managingfear.com
Alexandra Yaksich wears many hats: she is a veterinary technician, writer of all things veterinary, and helps clinics build their practices. She completed her undergraduate studies in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2012 with a special interest in biology and behavior. Her work during this time focused on mapping neural pathways of behavior in dopaminergic neurons in the midbrain. This was the foundation of her interest in behavioral psychology.