The receptionist staff at Campbell Village are the face and voice of the clinic. Our wonderful group of receptionists keep everything organized by making sure the medical records are in order, answering the telephones, making appointments, and assisting clients, doctors and technicians.
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Julie Crandall joined our staff in May, 2017 and graduated from Wylie High School in 2011. She grew up in Murphy, Texas with her parents, sister and 2 brothers. She now also has 9 nieces and nephews. They have always had dogs and cats and she knew at a young age that she wanted to work with animals. Since helping animals has always been her greatest passion, Julie was ecstatic to have the opportunity to start working in the veterinary field in 2014. Part of that time she also worked at a human society, which helped broaden her knowledge and experience.
Julie’s personal pets include Mia, a female orange tabby, which she got in Alaska (ask her the story!). Mia loves to eat paper and hair ties and Julie believes her to be the most vocal cat she’s ever met. She also has Lily, a 45 pound rescued mutt, which lights up her life. Julie says Lily couldn’t possibly be any fluffier and her tail goes in circles like a helicopter whenever she gets a new toy. She adores her fur-babies!
Olivia Jackson joined our team in July of 2016. She has been in the Veterinary Field since 2015. She has a contagious laugh, and wonderful smile that carries through over the phone. Olivia has a flare for fashion and hair. She also has a son at home who keeps her on her toes.
Alex Rodgers has been with CVVC since March of 2015 after managing a farmers market for several years and working at a scuba shop. He has a partnership in his own business and is currently a junior in college pursuing an accounting degree. Alex has a way of lightening the atmosphere at the clinic that sets both people and pets at ease. When not focusing on his multiple endeavors, he loves to travel and likes helping on his family’s farm. He has 2 cats, Smudge and Mika.
Destinee Williams has always had a love for animals and passion to help them. With their best interest at heart, she has fostered several by rescuing them, getting them back to health and re-homing them. For over 2 years in High School, she volunteered in the CVA (Certified Veterinary Assistant) program by working in veterinary hospitals and became a Certified Veterinary Assistant in 2012. Destinee has since been working to learn more about the profession and plans to continue her education to become a Veterinarian. Aside from any fosters that might come along, she has 3 dogs of her own, Barkley, Indie & Boaz.