Lindsey has been part of our team since 2013, when she moved to the DMV from South Carolina. She has always had a passion for working with animals and a fascination with eastern medicine.
She has lived in various places across the country and has worked with holistic vets near Seattle and Charleston. She is a licensed acupuncturist, and when she’s not working at BVC she is treating human patients at Crossings Center for Healing and Wellness in Silver Spring. She hopes to become certified in animal acupuncture so she can treat dogs and cats as well.
Lindsey enjoys spending as much time as possible outdoors, hiking, exploring natural areas, visiting the bay or nearby beaches, and gardening in her backyard in Kensington.
Becca joined the BVC team in 2017. She has worked with animals for 12 years, and in the vet industry for 8. She has worked with dogs and cats as well as exotics, in both reception and tech positions. Becca has also volunteered at the Baltimore Aquarium and the National Zoo.
In her free time, Becca enjoys traveling, camping, live music and reading, and spending time with her family dogs, Tiger and Molly.
Cindy joined the BVC team in 2015. Ever since she was a kid, she has always had a love for animals. Unfortunately, her parents weren’t crazy about pets, so she had to wait until she was an adult to get any pets of her own. She is big on rescue animals, and all three of her fur babies are rescues.
A proud Marylander, she has lived in the state since she was 10. She now lives with her sister and brother-in-law with her dog, Bonita, and two cats, Kurt and Eleven.
When she is not working or at school, she loves finding different trails to hike, writing, listening to music, catching up on Grey’s Anatomy, or finding ways to help rescue or stray animals.
Genny joined the BVC team in 2018 and has been in the veterinary field since 2013. She grew up[ around cats, dogs, and horses, which is where her love of all living creatures began.
In high school, she fostered kittens for a rescue organization. After obtaining a degree in Economics and working for a research organization, it was a stint at Washington Animal Rescue League (now Humane Rescue Alliance) that made her realize that her true passion was animals.