Patricia Beam, Executive Director

Patricia Beam, Executive Director

Amber Lowry

Amber Lowry

 
Angie Silver

Angie Silver

Meet our Staff

Tamara Arrowood

Tamara Arrowood

Heather Young

Heather Young

Star Englebert

Star Englebert

Karen Yelton has left her job at the shelter after 10 years. A huge THANK YOU, KAREN for all the animals you have so lovingly helped over the years. 

Karen Yelton has left her job at the shelter after 10 years. A huge THANK YOU, KAREN for all the animals you have so lovingly helped over the years. 

 

Meet our Board of Directors


Current Board Members

Kevin Cox, Ellen Denker, Betty Giustiniano, Jan Hamilton, Nora McKinney, Chrissy McVay, Jennifer Rambo, Gloria Schulman, Jamie Snyder

The MCAR Board of Directors meets once a month. Terms are three years. The organization benefits from board members who are leaders in the community, offer expertise in business, law, accounting, special events planning, writing, software programs, facilities. Please let us know of your skills or interest in serving as a board member. 

 

And the Rest of Our Team...

Veterinarians                         

                                                                       Dr Jennie Stewart, Stewart's Mountain View Animal Hospital, vet of record  

                                                                       Dr Stacy Jones, Cane River Veterinary Wellness Clinic, spay/neuter vet                                            


Advisors & Volunteers

Our advisors are community members and past board members who generously offer their time and expertise to consult and assist with our ongoing efforts. 

Thank you all!  

Robbie Bell, Lisa Blackburn, Donna Collis, Dr Stacey Jones, Rob Heffron, Dana Moore, Jan Ritter, Dr Jennie Stewart, Alan Womack

 

Volunteers are people who care about animals and want to help. And they are crucial to our work. Yes, we always need cash donations but it doesn't end there. Just as important are the many ways you can help the animals of Mitchell County by offering your time and skills to the shelter.