School: Manor College, 2005
Place of Employment: Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas
Q: Tell us about yourself and your experience with animals?
A: I have over 10 year`s experience as a Registered Veterinary Technician at a Specialty Hospital in North Carolina. Although I love Anesthesia and Critical Care the best, I really like to dabble a little bit with everything from large animal to avian/exotics and zoo animals.
Q: What is a fun fact about yourself?
A: My husband Chris lives and works in the Middle East, which means that I travel a lot. We also have Bailey, the Amazing Dalmatian.
Q: What do you love about World Vets?
A: I like the high expectations that the trip leaders require with medical care. Although at times we work in unusual circumstances, patient care is always a priority.
Q: What motivates you to volunteer with World Vets?
A: I had a wonderful experience last summer on the Pacific Partnership Mission and was looking for another experience. I have been down at the Latin America Training Center in Nicaragua for the last month as an IVM Instructor. I find it very fulfilling to see students come through the training program and develop fantastic skills and self-confidence. I feel good that I am a part of that.
Q: What was your favorite World Vets moment?
A: Quickly doing a blood transfusion while both dogs were on the OR table. Also, the feeling of giving back to the local community by helping to control their animal population.
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