Jan White, DVM
Jan White is a graduate from UC-Davis and was one of the first veterinarians to specialize in wildlife. She worked for 15 years as the executive director for the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council. She also literally wrote the book on the standards for wildlife enclosures which is used nationwide by every single licensed rehabilitator. After that she managed and provided veterinary care for some of the worst oil spills in US history. She arrived in Washington in 2008 and started this center in 2009 with Tigger Birch, building it up to the 2nd largest center in Washington State by intake.
Christina joins the Intern Staff as a recent graduate. She has a Bachelor's in Zoology and previous interned with us in 2016. Christina has returned to help teach new volunteers and interns the ropes. Her background knowledge and experience have been an assets to the team. She enjoys hiking, exercising, gardening and sweet foods.
Jen started with our center as a Wildlife Intern in March 2018, and has since accepted the role as our Education Program Manager. With a degree in Biology, Jen specializes in studying ecology while pioneering efforts that connect people with the natural world.