Kari graduated from NAIT in 1993, and has worked at Town Centre Veterinary Hospital (TCVH) ever since! Performing the duties of a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT), massage therapist, and Practice Manager, Kari enjoys the variety each position brings. In 2015, she also became certified in canine rehabilitation. Kari has worked part-time for several years, spending her days off with her husband, Sean, her two children, Kayla and Tyler, and dog Nellie. When not at work, Kari enjoys soccer, visiting with friends, and spending time at her cabin.
Karen started working at Town Centre Veterinary Hospital as an AHT student in 2002, and continued after graduating from NAIT in 2003. Karen is married to Clint, and they have two daughters, Mya and Hana, and a dog, Jill. She grew up with pets all her life, and was always sneaking a stray animal into the family. When Karen is not working, she enjoys skiing, playing games with friends, spending time with family, and watching scary movies.
Lisa graduated from the AHT program at NAIT in 2006. She began working at TCVH as a volunteer while applying to NAIT, and has continued working here ever since! Lisa has two cats, Tigger and Stella, who keep her entertained. In her spare time, she likes reading, playing sports, and is currently learning how to sew.
Becky started at TCVH in 2000 as kennel staff, and was happy to return as an RVT after graduating from the Olds College in 2007. She has also worked with chickens, pigs, and spent a short time in a medical research lab. Becky's time outside work is spent with her son, Jakob. She also enjoys reading, swimming, going to the gym, and spending time with her friends. Becky loves cats and has four of them — Jeremiah, Hermione, Lexie and Hektor.
Ana graduated from the AHT program at NAIT in 1993. She spent her first year working at the research facility at the University of Alberta. Not finding it very fulfilling, she moved to a small animal clinic and has been working as an AHT ever since. She feels very blessed to be working at a job that can hold surprises every day. She lives with two very precocious cats named Shrek and Eugene, whom she hand-raised. She divides her spare time between three children, nine grandchildren, church activities and her new passion, hand drumming, and if there’s any time left reading, sewing, crocheting and crafts.
Mallory graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at NAIT in 2017. She has always had a love and passion for animals, especially exotics. In her spare time, Mallory keeps herself busy by balancing her love for fitness and caring for her 2 cats - Elliott and Enya, her dog Oliver, and her five (yes, five!) chinchillas - Bangles, Tiki, Peanut, Pistachio, and Pecan.