Meet our Technicians
Veterinary medicine is a very fascinating field to work in. There are always new things to learn about. I am very interested in educating myself about veterinary procedures such as dentals and assisting with surgery. I love traveling around the world meeting new people and learning about different cultures. On my free time I enjoy to scuba diving, snowboarding, and participating in different events such as half marathons and bike races. Where there is adventure I am sure to be found! Being creative is what I do best. I enjoy drawing and painting. You can see some of my work behind the front desk as you enter the hospital. I have a beautiful pit bull named Penny Lane. My angel is 2 ½ years old and we spend every waking moment together.
Did you Know: I am an avid Phillies fan!!
My name is Kim, I grew up in Maryland and went to Penn State to study Communications and Marine Science. After graduation, I developed a horseback riding program and took people camping on horseback. I started in the veterinary field as a receptionist for a local clinic. I discovered I was curious about science and medicine. Shortly after graduating, I was hired as a Animal Care Specialist / Veterinary technician for dolphins and sea lions. I left Maryland for this position and moved to the submarine base in Kings Bay, Georgia. While working in Kings Bay, I met my husband, Mark; he is a Navy submariner. Several years after I started my job working with marine mammals, Mark was relocated to the Navy’s recruiting station in Philadelphia. Our pets are King (four year old year old German Shepherd), Calvin (two year old Weimaraner mix), Roxy (twelve year old Tortie), Sir Dexter Squirrel Aladdin Plants (9 month old medium-hair orange cat), and Stormy (ten year old paint gelding horse).
Did you Know: The first 15 years of my life I grew up boating up and down the east coast.
Caroline has been a technician at Bryn Mawr Vet for over five years, though she has recently reduced her work time to summer hours after starting at veterinary school. She lives in Bala Cynwyd with her husband, dogs, and cats. They enjoy home renovation, cooking, and going to parks. She is very excited about the prospect of becoming a doctor!
Did you Know: I have assisted in a surgery on a goose!
Hi, my name is Megan. I graduated from Temple University with a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and have been in the veterinary field for the last 7 years. In my free time, I enjoy running, CrossFit, baking and trying new restaurants with friends. I currently live with my two cats, Harley and Stella.
Did you Know: I ran my first marathon last year.
I joined the BMVH team in September of 2012 hoping to learn more about the small animal veterinary world. It has been a great experience thus far working alongside the doctors, my fellow technicians, and of course the pets – all of whom have only increased my desire to become a veterinarian myself. Prior to my arrival at BMVH, I spent time teaching about HIV/AIDS in rural villages of Tanzania, studying the ranging patterns of woolly monkeys in Amazonia Ecuador, and working on trail conservation in the Sierra Nevadas. At the moment, I spend my free time studying and hanging out with my two fur-balls, Peaches and Bamboo, both of whom came from BMVH litters.
Did you Know: In my opinion, the banjo is by far the coolest sounding instrument!
My name is Alexa, I grew up in New York and recently moved here from Rhode Island where I received my bachelors in Animal Science and my masters in Education. I love working as a veterinary technician and being able to help animals on a daily basis. In my free time I like to sing and play guitar. I live with my boyfriend Matt and our 2 year old Chihuahua named Zoey. In the future I hope to attend the University of Pennsylvania to become a Veterinarian.
Did you know: I have played with a tiger cub!