American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine – July 15, 2022

The American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine welcomed 43 new diplomates following the board certification examination it held July 15 at Prometric test sites in the United States and Canada. The new diplomates are as follows:

Laura Anderson, Rockville, Maryland
Leeza Birdwell, Lithonia, Georgia
Caroline Blevins, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Rachele Bochart, Beaverton, Oregon
Philip Bowling, Frederick, Maryland
Catherine Boyle, Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Jacqueline Brockhurst, Baltimore
Kelsey Carroll, Woodland, California
Catherine Chambers, Athens, Georgia
Nathan Chan, Boston
Kathleen Coda, New Hope, Minnesota
Toi Collins, Chesterfield, Missouri
Jacquelyn Del Valle, Lansing, Michigan
Rachel Donocoff, Philadelphia
Niora Fabian, Boston
Jessica Felsenhauer, St. Paul, Minnesota
Cameron Fili, Cammack Village, Arkansas
Kelsey Finnie, Knoxville, Tennessee
Nicholas Harrison, Sullivan, Ohio
Drew Henschen, Silver Spring, Maryland
Kristina Hicks, San Francisco
Julie Holdridge, Frederick, Maryland
Yung Ying Zoe Hsi, Vacaville, California
Courtney Hunter, Jackson, Mississippi
Sarah Kezar, Bastrop, Texas
Molly Klores, New York City
Amanda Kress, Kelly, Iowa
Naomi Lee, Glendora, California
Jennifer LeFors, Bethesda, Maryland
Kriscelle Mendoza, West Sacramento, California
Anne Merley, Providence, Rhode Island
Robert Messenger, Gunpowder, Maryland
Victoria Mrotz, Atlanta
Nicole Pach, Chicago
Kathryn Phillip, Tucson, Arizona
Christen Robinson, Bryan, Texas
Nicole Rowley, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Joseph Sciurba, Portland, Oregon
Melissa Stair, Charlotte, North Carolina
Mitchel Stover, Tempe, Arizona
Rebecca Tierce, New York City
Adrienne Winn, Washington, DC
Jordan Yolles, Bel Air, Maryland