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Cecile has been working at SEAVS since 2017 as a receptionist. She graduated from George Mason University with a BA in economics in 2012 and from Northern Virginia Community College in 2009 with an AS in Business Administration. Prior to working at SEAVS she worked at various cat and dog animal...
Melissa has worked as a receptionist at SEAVS since 2017. She has a B.A. degree in English with a concentration in journalism from Old Dominion University and then studied forensic anthropology at the Community College of Aurora and Mammal Osteology at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Before joining SEAVS, Melissa...
Katie has been working at SEAVS since 2018 as a receptionist. She brings her combined experience from a large veterinary clinic as a veterinary assistant and receptionist which is invaluable when helping our clients with their beloved furry, feathery, scaly, or naked family members! Katie has a strong interest and...
Stephanie graduated magna cum laude in veterinary technology from Northern Virginia Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program. She is a Virginia native, having grown up in Arlington, and has worked at SEAVS since 2010. She has a particular love for guinea pigs and rabbits, and her own household includes five guinea...
Juliet grew up in Massachusetts and New York, where she graduated from Elmira College with a bachelor’s degree in biology.  She moved down to Virginia to work at Georgetown University as a Research Assistant in 2015, and joined SEAVS in 2016. She is working towards applying to veterinary school, and...
Danielle graduated in 2016 from ECPI Manassas with an Associate’s degree in Computer Science. She started working at SEAVS in 2017 as a veterinary assistant. Working at a veterinary clinic has always been a dream of hers, especially in exotics. Working here has taught her so much that it has...
Jenn began working with Dr. Stahl in 1993 during an educational internship at a nearby veterinary practice. She completed Northern Virginia Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program in 1994, after which she started working with him full time. Jenn continued to work with Dr. Stahl when SEAVS was founded in 2003,...
Kathy began working at SEAVS in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from the University of Maryland. Recently, Kathy obtained her Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from Penn Foster College, becoming a licensed veterinary technician. Kathy shares her home in Maryland with her husband and their two daughters....
Alissa graduated from Northern Virginia Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program in 2004. She has been working in veterinary medicine since 2001, at SEAVS since 2003, and with exotic animals all of her life. Although she loves all animals, she is particularly fond of lizards, rats, and canaries. She lives in...
Nadja graduated from Northern Virginia Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program in 2015, and obtained her technician license in January of 2016. She has been working with SEAVS since 2010, when she started as a veterinary assistant. She and her boyfriend live in Oakton with her conure, a Russian tortoise, a...