As early as she can remember, Ginny knew she wanted to work with animals in some form or another. After beginning her career as a veterinary assistant, she became interested in the business aspect of veterinary medicine. Now, she works as Falls Village Veterinary Hospital’s Practice Manager and has served in the animal care industry for over 30 years!
Denise loves problem-solving, a skill she uses routinely as our head receptionist here at Falls Village. She draws from a wide variety of experience to provide our clients as well as her fellow staff members with excellent service and advice.
After being born in Waynesville, NC and growing up with a brother and two sisters, Denise joined the Army. While stationed in Germany, she took the opportunity to travel to other countries in the region: Spain, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Holland, East Berlin…
Jennifer has spent her career in various aspects of the animal care industry. She joined the Falls Village team in 2013 as a technician. Recently, her duties have expanded to take over the role of Communications Manager. It’s a fulfilling combination that allows her to continue to perform the hands-on aspects of animal care as well as engage in developing materials to help our staff and our clients take the best care of their pets.
LeighAnn has a passion for animal advocacy as well as passing along her knowledge and experience to her coworkers. This makes her a great fit as our Head Technician.
After completing her veterinary technician degree, LeighAnn decided to develop her interests in surgery and anesthesia and earned her Veterinary Technician Specialist certification. Certification as a Veterinary Technician Specialist in Anesthesia and Analgesia promotes patient safety, consumer protection, professionalism and excellence in anesthesia care. The Veterinary Anesthesia arena is constantly evolving, thus, the attainment of competence is a continual activity for academy members.
Stephanie’s love of animals was developed as a child. She used to visit her father during his lunch breaks at the maintenance department at NC State. While there, she would visit all the animals at the vet school. Her family also had many animals at home, from livestock to house pets.
Stephanie has been with Falls Village since 2000, and we are proud to have her step up to be the head of our kennel department beginning in 2016. In addition to her experience in animal care, Stephanie also has a background in Early Childhood Development and has worked in daycare. Her nurturing spirit and generous heart make her a perfect fit for both of these fields.
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