Dr. Jeremy Evans received his DVM from the University of Florida where he graduated with honors in 2018. He then completed a small animal rotating internship at the Texas A&M University Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in 2019. Following this, he completed a one-year research fellowship with the Dog Aging Project, a nationwide longitudinal study on canine aging. He is currently an internal medicine resident at the TAMU VMTH, where he enjoys working with students and developing his clinical knowledge and teaching ability.
My name is Samantha Moya; I will be entering my 2nd year this upcoming fall at Cornell University. I am currently interested in zoo medicine.
Mr. Richard Johnson is a retired accountant and auditor, and small business consultant. He has been working in the private and nonprofit industry for the past 30 years, having developed a niche in assisting organizations obtaining their nonprofit status while also providing support for their bookkeeping and organizational management. While assisting one client many years ago, Richard volunteered to serve in the capacity of their events coordinator and has since become a large events planner for other organizations who have needed help in running conferences. Richard founded Happy Doc Summer Camp and its affiliated nonprofit organization, Angels of Hippocrates, whose mission is to tackle physician burnout, mental health issues among medical professionals, and personal wellness strategies to help cope with workplace stress. Richard's strong management skills, attention to detail, accounting experience, and passion and love for animals is what he brings to VCCIS. He is delighted to be involved with such a great team of people.