Carrie was born in California, but moved to Arizona when she was five and has lived here ever since. She graduated from Horizon High School before attending Yavapai College and ASU. In her early twenties she started working as a receptionist at a veterinary hospital. Soon she realized she wanted to learn the skills of a technician and has been doing that ever since. Her favorite part of being a tech is building a close relationship with the clients and their pets, as well as getting to work hands on with dogs and cats on a daily basis.
Carrie's human family includes her husband Geoff and two daughters, Sarah and Julia. Their household is run by a Bullmastiff named Paisley and Gator, an Aussie/German Shepherd mix, as well as her cat named Bingo. In her free time Carrie enjoys hiking, playing softball, and hanging out with her friends and family.
Devyn was born in Riverside, California but has since lived in many places including Utah, Idaho, and now Arizona. She has always had a passion for the care and well being of animals of all kinds and decided to leave her career in human medicine to go back to school to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. Devyn graduated with her degree in December of 2015 and after passing the state and national exams has earned her credentials as a CVT!
When not at the animal hospital caring for your furry friends she is usually at home being bossed around by her seven year old son, Cylus. They also live with their sassy cats named Malfoy and Anakin, and their three dogs, Lola, Willow, and Opie. Devyn looks forward to coming to work each and every day and enjoys not only getting to know the dogs and cats we care for but the owners who share her love for their animals.
Amy might be a familiar face to some; she spent her first several months with us, completing her Pima Medical Institute Veterinary Assistant externship. We’ve since hired her on as a full-time technician! She decided to stay with Animal Hospital at Grayhawk after her externship because it felt like a family. When she's not with us, Amy likes to spend time reading and watching the Harry Potter series with her two rats, Scabbers and Dobby, and chihuahuas named Bruder and Sara.
Kortney started in veterinary medicine in 2018. After completing nine months in the technician assistant program and Pima Medical Institute, she came to Animal Hospital at Grayhawk as an intern. After three months here she was hired as a permanent staff member.
Kortney shares her life at home with three dogs - a shih tzu named Ella, Samsona the chihuahua, and a belgian shepherd named Duke. In her infrequent spare moments she enjoys eating out and traveling.
Prior to moving to Arizona in 1972 Elizabeth taught high school French in Wisconsin and Illinois. She considers herself privileged to have worked with veterinary practices in the Valley for well over twenty-five years and is especially proud and pleased with her eight years at The Animal Hospital at Grayhawk. She firmly believes that attentive, thorough customer service is an absolutely necessary adjunct to superior medical care for our beloved pets. At home in her house of forty years in North Scottsdale, Elizabeth is passionate about gardening, crossword puzzles and maintaining the integrity of the English language. She shares her home with her manager, Rosamund Frederick the cat.
Deanna joined the Grayhawk team in January, 2018, having worked in the veterinary field for over twenty years. She has always felt a special connection to animals and grew up riding horses and caring for farm animals on a ranch in Albuquerque. She is passionate about her work and truly dedicated to building lasting and caring relationships with both our clients and our patients. Outside of work Deanna enjoys crafts, home improvement projects, traveling with her husband and spending time with her two children and her dog, Rosie. We are very excited to have Deanna as part of our team!
Kennedy became part of the Animal Hospital at Grayhawk team in early 2019. She was born and raised in Arizona and started college in Santa Barbara, California. The Valley drew her home to become a Sun Devil at Arizona State University, and she is pursuing a degree in Sociology.
At home, Kennedy has one dog named Lexi, a cattle dog. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with Lexi and traveling to Washington State to visit family. Kennedy's future plans include finishing college and starting a counseling practice with animal assisted therapy.