Share a few sentences about your professional background and what drew you to GeniusVets.
I was drawn to GeniusVets because their mission is one that I strongly believe in. As our pet population increases, it's imperative that pet owners can find local veterinary practices and have access to valid and reliable information directly from experts in the field.
It is also crucial that veterinarians are able to grow their practice so they can continue providing quality healthcare to their current and future clients. Every pet deserves the best care and GeniusVets brings veterinarians and pet owners together to improve pet health.
What do you love about your role? If you're new to the team, what drew you to this specific role?
As a Client Success Coach at GeniusVets, I am able to focus on building relationships, analyzing data, and removing barriers so I can best support our clients. I have always been passionate about pets and their well-being. Now, I am able to do what I love by supporting veterinarians and pet owners.
We are a family of three. Matt and I have been together for 12 years and we have a 3-year-old doodle.
We have a 3-year-old Goldendoodle named Ellie J. She was named after our favorite vacation spot (Ellijay, Georgia). Ellie has Atypical Addison's disease, but that is not stopping her from living her best life!
Passions or hobbies outside of work
I am passionate about family, animals/nature, helping others, and learning. My hobbies include reading books, listening to music, exploring nature trails, and taking random roads to discover new things.
What's the best advice you've ever gotten?
Don't keep reliving the past because you can't change it. Learn from it and move on. Focus on the present so you can change your future.
What is one thing you've done that most people have likely never experienced?
I lived on a boat every summer when I was a teenager.
What's a personal or professional accomplishment that you're really proud of?
I recruited more than 50 volunteers to participate in a community literacy project.
Have you had any funny animal encounters?
One night, I went into the bathroom and heard weird noises coming from the toilet. I walked over to find a gigantic frog hanging out in the bowl. Before I could react, he jumped out and landed on my foot. I ran out and closed the door. I ended up going back in with a cup and eventually was able to catch him and put him back outside. Apparently, this is more common than you might think in Florida. Now I always check the toilet before using it!
On a Sunday morning, you'll find me…
On the lanai with a cup of tea or coffee, my dog, and a book.