Meet Our Team
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Leah joined the STLVC team in 2021 as a veterinary assistant. She is currently enrolled in classes for pre-veterinary studies at Washington University. Her biggest interest is in Conservation studies and preservation.
Raeann joined us at STLVC in 2021 as a veterinary assistant. She is currently enrolled in Penn Fosters Veterinary Technician Program. She strongly believes that the human-animal bond is important and wishes to help relieve suffering. She shares her home with three pets, Weezie, her red heeler, and her two tuxedo cats Cabinet and Poseidon. Outside of work, she loves listening to music and playing video games with her kids. She enjoys making soap and crocheting.
Amanda joined STLVC in 2020 as a veterinary assistant. She is finishing up her BS in biology and wildlife conservation certificate through UMSL. Amanda’s favorite part of being at STLVC is meeting all of you! She loves meeting our patients and clients and experiencing everything the field has to offer. She has one cat named Carl, a tabby cat she adopted, known to be “inquisitive to a fault,” and she loves him dearly for it.
Laura joined the STLVC team in 2020 as a client service coordinator. She has been in the veterinary world since 2016, and her goal is to be a veterinary technician one day! She loves many aspects of the job and is excited to grow in her career.
J’lyssa joined the STLVC team in 2019 as a Veterinary Assistant. J’lyssa can be found helping in various roles throughout the clinic and loves the variety each role has to offer. Some of her favorite activities include reading and running.
Bailey joined the STLVC team in 2018 as a Registered Veterinary Nurse. She graduated from Veterinary Technician Institute at Hickey College in 2016. Her favorite part of the job is helping animals and their owners. She has three pets, John Henry her horse, Conway her dog, and Barn Kitty, her cat. She loves riding horses, reading, hiking and team roping.
Dr. Alyson Brown is originally from Edwardsville, Illinois. She is a U.S. Army veteran who served as a combat medic before beginning her veterinary medicine career. She attended Southern Illinois University Edwardsville for her undergraduate degree and completed veterinary school at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoys reading, quilting, hiking, and spending time with her husband trying local restaurants and craft breweries when not working. They have two dogs, Obie and Ruby, and two cats named Penny and Cincy.