Meet Our Conway Team

Nicole, Office Manager – Conway

Nicole moved to South Carolina from Long Island, New York 5 years ago. She shares her passion for animals with her adorable 3-year-old son, who loves animals just as much as she does. Nicole has always been a dog lover; she had her first dog, Dino, at age 2. Since then she has had 3 pit bulls named Scrap, Na-Ji, and Onyx. Nicole currently has an American mastiff named Sarabi and a rabbit named Peter. She loves cats as well, especially the Conway office cat, Boo Kitty. She has chosen to work at Meadowlawn to enjoy helping animals and their owners and loves working with a great team of outstanding veterinarians.

Lisa, Animal Nurse

Growing up, Lisa spent more time nursing sick animals than she did playing with friends. While her friends were off playing doctor/nurse, she was playing veterinarian. She would always bring home strays to feed them, nurse baby birds, and she helped numerous turtles across the road. She remembers riding her bike 5 miles one way to help the local horse farm clean stalls. She didn’t get to ride them, but being around them was joy enough for her. Her family always had a variety of pets, and she knew she wanted a career that involved working with animals. She started as a veterinary technician in 1999 and joined the team at Meadowlawn in 2003. According to Lisa, working as a technician is one of the most rewarding jobs anyone could have. She is proud to be a part of the caring staff at the hospital and enjoys providing quality care to pets and their owners. Helping animals has always been a part of who she is, and she enjoys her job every day. She doesn’t view her job as a burden of dealing with losing pets on a daily basis but as a privilege to be a part of the patients’ lives.

Caroline, Animal Nurse

Caroline is a Conway native who has been a member of the Meadowlawn team since February 2014. She takes pride in making sure your fur babies have the best possible visit with us and cuddles them as if they were her own. She has two pets at home, a senior yellow lab named Lucy and a sassy black kitten named Vixie. In her free time, Caroline can probably be found with her nose in a book or socializing with friends and family.

Amanda, Client Services

Amanda moved from Virginia to South Carolina 10 years ago. Even as a child, Amanda had a passion for animals and caring for animals in need. She would always bring home stray cats and dogs to ensure that they had a loving home. When Amanda is not helping take care of your pets here at Meadowlawn, she is busy taking care of her 2 beautiful daughters and 4 dogs at home.;

Brooke, Client Services

Brooke was born and raised in the South. She has always loved animals and growing up she had many pets including cats, dogs, birds, hamsters, as well as a few turtles. She currently has 2 pit bulls, Trixie and Dixie. When Brooke is not at work, she loves spending time with family and her 4-year-old son.

Nicole, Animal Nurse

Nicole just recently moved from Massachusetts in November 2015 for a fresh start and to get away from the New England winter weather. Nicole lives in Conway with her Doberman Pinscher named Dante who is her best friend and is always by her side. When she is not at work caring for your furry friends, you can find her at the beach with Dante or enjoying time with family and friends.

Nicole has been working in the animal field for almost 4 years now. Prior to working with animals, Nicole was employed at a daycare for 13 years working with young children. As much as she loved working with children, animals were always on her mind and she knew that a career change would be in her future. While living up North, Nicole gained Animal Nurse experience working in general practice and was also fortunate to work in the Cardiology department at a specialty care hospital.

After 2 weeks of being in Conway, Nicole found her home at Meadowlawn and she can’t say enough great things about being employed here. Nicole adores every pet that comes through the door and she loves helping each one live a longer, healthier life. Every day is a new learning experience for Nicole and she looks forward to her next new adventure at Meadowlawn Animal Services.

Samantha, Animal Nurse

Samantha has always adored animals and has a strong passion for their well-being. She recently gained the courage to make a life-changing step and left the food industry of 12 years to work here at Meadowlawn. Her career as a vet technician is forever rewarding and she fulfills her purpose every day. After taking care of the animals here, she gets to go home to her own furry family. Samantha has 3 dogs, Roxie, Macy, and Casey, a turtle named Skeebo, and her newly adopted cat named OC. They are the loves of her life and motivate her to give the best care to the clients and their pets. She is inspired every day by the women she works with and is eager to learn and experience more in the veterinary field.

Kelsey, Animal Nurse

Kelsey grew up in Tulsa, OK and moved to Pawleys Island around Christmas of 2014 to be closer to family. She has been working her way towards Vet School since she was a child and dreams of one day being admitted into NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Through all of high school, she was a junior volunteer at the Tulsa Zoo working in all aspects of the zoo from elephants to birds. During her first two years of college, she was accepted as an intern in the Bird Department at the Tulsa Zoo and got her start in the veterinary field as a kennel tech at a small clinic. She graduated with a Bachelor’s in Animal Science with a Pre-Vet emphasis from Oklahoma State University in 2012. After graduating, she worked in a large, ever growing, small animal clinic in the heart of Tulsa as a Tech Assistant for two years. She currently lives with her grandparents, their 12-year-old dachshund Izzy, and her two cats, 5-year-old Tiger who is FIV positive and very opinionated, and 13-year-old Gracie who is stubborn and affectionate all at the same time.

Crystal, Client Services

Crystal was born and raised in South Carolina. After graduation, she married her high school sweetheart and moved to Kaiserslautern, Germany. When her husband left the Air Force they made their home in Conway, SC. Together they have 2 beautiful children, Mikayla and Alex, and a niece, Emily, who also lives with the family. When Crystal is not taking care of animals here at Meadowlawn she can be found reading and loving on her 2 dachshunds, Odie and Lola, as well as her 5 lizards Kiba, Yoshi, Arrow, Sydney, and Tinkerbell.

Maggie, Animal Nurse

Maggie is from Georgetown, South Carolina and is one of the newest additions to the nursing staff at Meadowlawn Animal Services. Her enthusiasm for animals started at an early age and has only progressed. Maggie graduated from Clemson University in 2015 with a B.S. in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. She hopes to gain further experience working with animals here at Meadowlawn in order to one day go to veterinary school.

Kristie, Animal Nurse

Kristie moved to South Carolina 3 years ago from a small town in Connecticut. Kristie grew up in a veterinary clinic and her love for animals began from there. Kristie loves working at Meadowlawn and is thrilled to be working with an amazing team. She sees every day as a new adventure with the patients and enjoys spending time with her furry friends! In her spare time, she enjoys walks with her three-year-old son and their puppy Clemson and working with them to learn and grow together.

Joanna, Client Services

Joanna was born in Washington D.C. and has been working in the veterinary community since 2012. She is graduating with a bachelor’s in Marine Science and a minor in Coastal Geology in December 2016. From working on the west coast at the Santa Monica aquarium to the east coast at National Aquarium in D.C., Joanna is a lover of animals. She loves her little baby Lola, a 6-year-old brown Chihuahua and she is excited to work with all of Meadowlawn’s fur babies!

Brystal, Animal Nurse

Brystal joined the Meadowlawn team in 2016. She is originally from Tanner, Alabama. She has always had a passion for animals and enjoys learning all about the veterinary field. She is married with one son and two dogs; a pug and a lab.