We are a 501c3 non-profit organization and our group is made up of 100% volunteers. These are the amazing people that care for the abused, homeless, unwanted, and sick boxers that we take into the rescue. And only because they have deep love for the breed and believe they all deserve a second chance. Most of us have fostered or volunteered for other rescues and have decided to put our wisdom together and start our own. We rely solely on our adoptions, private donations, fundraisers and events to help fund all the medical treatments, training and all the other expenses that come with rehabilitation.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Founder & Director
Jacklyn Rokusek was born in Oklahoma, but moved to Texas with her family when she was just 2 years old. She has been an avid supporter of animal rights her entire life. She has volunteered for Boxer Rescue groups for the last 4 years, with key roles in shelter coordination, vetting, training and fostering.
Jacklyn founded Cowtown Boxer Rescue in 2018 and leads the organization with the hopes of growing and continuing to save boxers.
Marianne Cox is the director of marketing at Interceramic USA, and she joined the Texas family in 2007, as a transplant from New Jersey. Through her travels from New Jersey, through Florida, to Texas - her constant companion has been her boxer soulmate, Lily. Lily was her first boxer, and sparked her love of this awesome breed. With the help of Lily, Marianne has spent the last 9+ years rescuing boxers in North Texas. Her love of boxers spurs her passion for saving those in need, including 4 foster fails that became a permanent part of her family.
Marianne joined Cowtown Boxer Rescue in 2018.
Sheri Mayberry works as Office Manager for at Miller Services, Inc., where she has been employed for 13 years. Sheri immersed herself in rescue two years ago, when she started fostering with a North Texas rescue organization. Sheri has fostered over 10 boxers and continues to open her home to boxers in need and joined Cowtown Boxer Rescue in January 2018.