Sally Williams is a Cat Behavior Consultant and owner of The Contented Cat.
A lifelong animal lover Sally is a member of The Pet Professional Guild, the IAABC and a longtime volunteer at the Monmouth County SPCA and more recently Siamese Cat Rescue. Sally is also a certified Animal Reiki Practitioner and member of the Shelter Animal Reiki Association..
Most importantly Sally is Brodie’s mom and he is the inspiration behind The Brodie Fund.
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
Heather Wallace is a certified equine and canine sports massage therapist and co-owner of Bridle & Bone Wellness LLC. After working for 12 years in the publishing industry, she changed careers to fulfill her dream of working with animals. In addition to her small business, Heather is the writer and editor for the equestrian and canine blog, Bridle & Bone, where she addresses important topics such as natural health and wellness.
She is a proud wife, mother, guardian of two rescue dogs, and amateur equestrian. Heather is excited to be a member of Team Brodie to help animals receive the funding they need for cancer treatment and to improve their quality of life.
Riina Rumvolt Van Rixoort is a small business marketing coach and consultant, and the owner of Van Rixoort Marketing LLC. She is a consultant and instructor for the Monmouth Ocean Small Business Development Center, and an instructor in Continuing & Professional Education at Ocean County College. Riina is also a volunteer on the Aberdeen-Matawan Community Emergency Response Team.
Riina’s marketing experience spans over 30 years. She is a versatile, results oriented marketing professional, with a strong customer focus, communication and project management skills. She successfully developed marketing strategies and content marketing for small businesses, financial services firms and academic institutions. She holds a MBA in Marketing from New York University. She considers making a real difference in the lives of pets and their humans a joy.
Jill Wetzel is a 7th Grade Science teacher in the Eatontown Public School District and Owner of Spoiled Paws Bowtique, a shop offering four-legged customers with unique collars, leashes and bow ties.
Jill is passionate about working with children and has a lifelong love of animals. She became an entrepreneur in 2013 after adopting her dog Oliver who was so tiny when he was rescued that a bow tie collar was not available in his size. Today, Spoiled Paws Bowtique, offers fashion to the animal world providing thousands of collars and leashes with unique removable neck ties, bow ties and flowers in all sizes to pets around the world through her ETSY shop and local markets.
Jill is a wife, and mother of two girls Madison & Chloe, and two dogs Oliver & Harley. She is passionate about helping animals in any way she can. Very enthusiastic about joining Team Brodie, Jill hopes to make an impact helping animals receive the cancer treatment they need.
Colleen is a managing partner at Independent Lighting Associates in Matawan NJ, (a Commercial Lighting Manufacturers Rep and design firm) where she has honed her attention to detail and research. She is also a very committed and passionate volunteer at Catsbury Park, in Asbury Park. It is her adorable and entertaining Siamese cat Simon, that has jump started her to volunteer at Catsbury Park. Simon was diagnosed at a young age with Kidney disease. Due to this, feline nutrition and wellness have become a necessary part of her everyday life, and has now become a full time passion of hers. She enjoys sharing this passion with others. When not at work, or Catsbury park, Colleen enjoys spending quality down time with her husband Craig and cat Simon as well as cooking, checking out new Hot spots along the jersey shore & traveling.
Dr. Scott Kilcullen graduated from Western Illinois University in 1993, he went south to Ross University Veterinary School, where he met his wife Stacey and graduated in 1999. He then completed internships at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana and St. Joseph University, Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
Dr. Scott worked at VCA in Staten Island from 2000-2002 and at Route 516 Animal Hospital in Old Bridge from 2002-2005. When Monmouth Animal Hospital closed suddenly in 2005, Dr. Kilcullen bought their practice with Dr. Yacowitz and came here to Little Silver Animal Hospital as a partner in the business. In 2007 Scott became certified as a veterinary acupuncturist through the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida.
Dr. Scott and Dr. Stacey live in Ocean Township, NJ with their two children Mackenzie and Liam , their dog Sasha, and cats Patrick and Payton. Anyone who knows Dr. Scott knows that he’s a big Chicago sports fan – he loves “Da Bears” and the Cubs – he says they’re loveable losers and so be it!
Lisa received her MBA from Monmouth University, but after leaving the financial industry has dedicated her time to making the lives of animals better through volunteering. Lisa volunteers for the Monmouth County SPCA, Southport Oak Island Animal Rescue, Siamese Cat Rescue Center and New Hanover Humane Society. Lisa is a trained Animal Reiki Practitioner and has saved the lives of countless animals through socialization, fostering and transports.
Dr. Pope received her veterinary degree from the University of Florida in 2011, and certifications in veterinary acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy, food therapy and Tui-na at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine from 2009-2011. She went on to complete a rotating internship and residency in medical oncology at the University of Pennsylvania, and obtained board certification in 2015. Dr. Pope is currently pursuing certification in Western herbal medicine through the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies and is active in clinical trials, publications, lectures and research. Following her residency, Dr. Pope worked at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital from 2015-2017 and went on to open her own Integrative Oncology & Veterinary Wellness practice in Red Bank, NJ in 2017.
In her free time, Dr. Pope loves traveling to new places, yoga, great food and drinks, meeting new people and snuggling on her Pomeranian, Fritz.
DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology), CVA, CVCH, CVFT, CVTP
Stacy attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute for undergrad, University of Illinois for Veterinary School (graduated with honors (phi zeta). Stacy then interned at the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center in Norwalk CT and then onto her residency for Internal Medicine at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan. She stayed at the AMC for a year long fellowship in Interventional Radiology and Endoscopy. Stacy finally joined Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in 2014 to start the IR/IE program and became Chief of Staff in 2016.
Stacy lives in Fair Haven, NJ with her husband, two dogs ( Norman the black lab and Arlo the Newfie) and two cats ( Gobbler and Cameron).
DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, Veterinarian, Medical Director, Chief of Staff (RBVH Tinton Falls): Internal Medicine, Interventional Radiology & Endoscopy.
Dana works at Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty as a full-time sales associate, prior to that Dana worked in the publishing industry in NYC. She began with media powerhouses Vera Wang and Seventeen Magazine as an intern, and ultimately executive administrator for top-level management at Condé Nast, home to some of the world’s premier luxury media brands.
Dana has advanced skills in organizational management and marketing; including print, digital, and social media management. Her expertise in managing high-level and time sensitive expectations, negotiations with vendors, and client successes align seamlessly with her real estate business.
She is a beach lover and dedicated to giving back to her community. She is a member of the Colts Neck Lion’s Club, Junior League of Monmouth County and as active fundraiser for Marie Frank Foundation, a foundation that promotes track and field sports for all children in the elementary grades. A New Jersey native, Dana currently lives in Red Bank with her boyfriend Jonathan and highly energetic and loving cat Hudson.