Meet our Technicians
Brandy, Technician Manager
My name is Brandy. I grew up in Springfield. I have an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technician from Harcum and a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Physiology from Humboldt State University. I live near Philadelphia with my German Shepherd Rommel and my four cats, Nikki, Charlie, Wilson and Caesar. In my free time I like to go boating and walk my dog.
Maureen, Head Technician
My name is Maureen. I have my BA in Communication from LaSalle University and spent my life working at desk jobs until I began training as a Vet Tech three years ago. Having the opportunity to spend my days with pets and their owners makes me so happy every day. I meditate regularly and do yoga. Some of my favorite movies include Zoolander, Best in Show and the Back to the Future Trilogy. I have a wide range of interests and have been known to take classes just for fun.
Did you know: I am waiting patiently for hover boards to be invented.
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! I’m Amber. I was born and raised in the King of Prussia area. Currently new to Bryn Mawr Vet Hospital, however, I have worked in the vet tech/animal field since 2007. I started off at the Montgomery County SPCA where I worked my way from Kennel Staff to Technician in their clinic. I enjoy coming into work each day because there is nothing I love more than working with animals and attending to their health and medical needs. My interest outside of work includes going to the gym, cheering on the Dallas Cowboys and spending time with my husband, our newborn daughter and our pitbull.
Did you know: I am the third generation to serve in the military, however, first and so far only in my family to serve in the Marine Corps.
I was born in Prospect Park but grew up in Lancaster county. I went to Millersville University but never found my niche until I started riding horses. I soon realized I wanted to work with animals, big or small. I’ve been a vet tech for several yers, but I’m new to BMVH. I have four dogs which include a Great Dane, Puggle, Beagle mix, and a Min Pin. I also have a cat-dog named Silo.
Did you know: I love to travel to different islands in the Caribbean (which I don’t do enough) and find the best snorkeling spots.
My name is Amberly. I have always loved animals. Growing up I had all kinds of pets, from cats to rats to birds to a five foot iguana! Currently, I have three cats of my own and I also foster for local animal shelters. When I decided to pursue my love for animals professionally, I studied at Harcum College.
Did you know: I’m also a musician who sings in a choir.
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. In 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 6 years old and we spend every waking moment together.
Did you know: I am an avid Phillies fan!!
My name is Nicholas. I was lucky enough to find my passion in life at an early age. I started working in a kennel in Blue Bell at the age of 14. I started taking an interest in animal health. I soon began working as a technician at the same hospital, and then again worked my way up to night head tech. I now have 15+ years experience and recently came to Bryn Mawr Veterinary Hospital to further my knowledge of animal health. I look forward to making your pet as happy and healthy as possible.
Did you know: I enjoy making others laugh and have even been known to do open mic stand up comedy.