Wendy’s love of animals began when she was little with her first scruffy little pooch she named Charlie. Although this is her first opportunity working with animals, they have always been close to her heart. Along with the usual household pets such as dogs, cats, fish and hamsters, Wendy, has also owned an alligator (yes an alligator), a snake, several rats and one very shy turtle. Presently, Wendy has the sweetest little Schnoodle name Obi.
Wendy is originally from California but has lived in Europe, (Italy and Germany) as well as Enterprise, Alabama and Savannah, Georgia. But California is her favorite! Wendy is a published writer who has written for an Italian Magazine as well as the Entertainment Reporter on a newspaper in Savannah. Currently, (and for the past several years) Wendy is also a voice over actor with several credits under her belt including cartoons, commercials, videos, audio books, online webisodes, and a video game as the voice of Betty Boop! Interesting fact: Wendy had to be accepted by the Betty Boop Association as having the correct sound as Betty Boop before being hired to do the video game.) Currently, Wendy is the voice of Columbus and Ms. Lovely on the cartoon The Super Holidays—coming soon.
“The staff is warm, friendly, and everyone truly loves animals. And the way they care for their students is unmatched by any other school I’ve ever been associated with. It truly is a family here; both the human and canine kind! Or should I say we’re a ‘pack’!?””
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Kim was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley surrounded by kittens and puppies. One of Kim’s most loveable memories was Ruby, her sweet Rottweiler, who would roll on her back so Kim could rub her belly while watching television.
Although she adored her Rottie, Kim has always had a soft spot for the little yappers. Currently she shares her life with two happy Chihuahuas; Tinker Bell and Rocky who have distinctly different personalities. Tinker Bell who is loveable and cuddy and Rocky, is the type who’d much rather be left alone.
Kim attended the United Education Institute, receiving her medical assistant certification in 2006. Following graduation, she worked in the medical field. After graduation she worked as a front office receptionist at a The Community Medical Group. She also worked as a dispatcher for a thriving plumbing company.
“I’m very grateful, and proud to say that I work for ABC. I like the friendly environment here and how everyone at ABC cares so much about their students and their success. It’s a happy place to be. “
Kim is a phenomenal addition to the ABC pack. She is kind hearted and a team player. We are lucky to have her as a part of our admissions support team!
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