Horses & Humans Research Foundation Welcomes New Development Director

Horses and Humans Research Foundation (HHRF) is excited to announce our newest member to the team, Chloe Garrison. Chloe has stepped into the new role as Development Director!

Chloe has enjoyed a nearly decade long career in the nonprofit industry, starting in direct services and transitioning to a successful career on the development side. From grant writing and corporate partnerships to strategic planning, She enjoys building relationships with all categories of donors, and crafting creative opportunities to pair donors’ passions and interests with program goals to generate a positive and lasting impact.

Alongside her fundraising career, Chloe has had a lifelong passion for horses. Beginning to ride at age 7, she has dabbled in a variety of disciplines from hunter/jumper to dressage, and developed a secondary career in EAS with her Path Intl certifications as a CTRI and ESMHL, and her Franklin Method Spine Trainer Certification, focused on rider biomechanics.

CEO, Dr. Pebbles Turbeville, states, “We are thrilled to welcome Chloe Garrison to the HHRF team! Her diverse talents and extensive experience with multiple nonprofits will be invaluable in expanding our sponsorship and donor lists. Chloe’s energy and innovative ideas bring a spark to our organization. We are excited to see the positive impact she will make!”

Chloe has already hit the ground running and is working on strategic opportunities for growth, including but not limited to our 2025 Annual Conference!  We are excited to offer a variety of sponsorship opportunities to satisfy your philanthropic interests.  To learn more, please contact Chloe at

Contribute to HHRF today and help ensure that important research and education on horse-human interactions continues. For more information about HHRF and our team, visit the website or contact Dr. Pebbles Turbeville, CEO, To learn more about how to support HHRF’s mission and partner with HHRF contact Chloe Garrison,

Mission: “Through sustained investment in rigorous research and educational initiatives, Horses and Humans Research Foundation serves as a catalyst to advance global knowledge of horse-human interactions and their impact on health and well-being of people, horses and other equines.” * such as Donkeys and Mules

CONTACT: Dr. Pebbles Turbeville, HHRF CEO, or
CONTACT: Chloe Garrison,