Meet the Front Desk

Veterinary Hospital Staff Jackie


My name is Jackie and I enjoy my job as a front desk team member because it changes on a daily basis. I also like to think that we are the voices for our patients. My interest outside of work is playing pool as much as I can. I live with my boyfriend of five years, Steve, who is a mechanic.

Did you Know: I actually don’t have any pets… (Stay tuned- the rest of the staff is trying to change this)

Veterinary Hospital Staff Jen


My name is Jenn and I recently started working at Bryn Mawr Veterinary Hospital in June 2012. I have worked in the veterinary field for over 4 years and there is nothing I love more then coming to work everyday to happy wagging doggie tails and purring kitties! I grew up in the Glenside area and currently reside in the Fox Chase neighborhood of Philadelphia with my boyfriend, George. In my spare time I like to spend time with my friends and family, cheering on the Phillies, spending time at the beach, going to the gym, and enjoying life.

Did you Know: I am a shopaholic.


Veterinary Hospital Staff Kimberly


My name is Kimberly. I am originally from Rhode Island and grew up in Radnor. Animals have always been a huge part of my life and working here at Bryn Mawr Vet is a dream come true. I am currently studying to get my certification for Veterinary Technology. I spend most of my free time reading and I go sailing every chance I can get.

Did you Know: I have a three legged cat.

Veterinary Hospital Staff Crackers the Cat


My name is Crackers and I came to Bryn Mawr Vet  in 2010 when a vet student found me roaming the streets of Philadelphia. She was kind enough to bring me to Bryn Mawr Vet for them to find me a home. They just fell in love with me and I found my forever home here at the hospital. Most of my day is spent greeting clients and their pets and keeping the staff on their toes with my mischief! I enjoy the unlimited dog bones and kitty treats they keep at the front desk just for me!

Did you Know: I drink out of anyone’s mug when they aren’t looking, especially if it has tea or coffee in it.