Meet Our Staff

Stacey Kelly | Manager

Stacey lives in New Market, MD, with her 2 children, German Shepherd, English Mastiff, and Hamster. She has worked in the veterinary field since 2002. She has over 10 years of managerial experience. You will find her working in all areas of the clinic – teaching, receptionist, and greeting clients. She enjoys spending time with her children and family.

Holly Phillips | Technician & Receptionist

Holly lives in Damascus, MD with her two children. She has been caring for animals since 2003, starting with her love of horses. She worked for a large animal farm and apprenticed for a farrier through high school, became a certified equine massage therapist, then entered the veterinary industry once out of school. She currently has 3 dogs (Bud, Sadie & Zeke)and 3 cats (Iggy, Pooh and Tater). She enjoys spending her free time with her children and playing violin, guitar and piano.

Megan Cahill | Technician & Receptionist

Megan is a resident here is Frederick, MD. She lives with her two Australian Shepherds (Nell & Callie), Bassett Hound (Sounder) and Russian tortoise (Cherry). Megan received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Hood College in 2013 for Environmental Science and Policy with concentration in Biology and Minor in Coastal Studies. She later received her veterinary assistant certification in 2015 from FCC and began working at Prospect Vet Clinic. She is currently pursuing a Veterinary Technician degree from Penn Foster. In her free time she volunteers at the National Aquarium in Baltimore as an Aquarist Assistant and in the animal rescue program. Megan also enjoys being outdoors, playing sports and spending time with her friends and family.

Scarlett Rosas | Technician

Scarlett is a dedicated and loving mother to a beautiful baby girl named Mariah. She is also a mother to a very energetic handsome blue and white Pitbull named Ice. Scarlett is a Veterinary Technician who has four years experience working with domestic animals. She also has a year experience working with exotic animals. She previously worked for NIH as a Laboratory Animal Caretaker Technician and has decided to join our awesome team. Scarlett’s hobbies are singing, riding motorcycles, car racing, and having free time with her friends. Her goals are to finish school, work for the D.C. or Baltimore Zoo, and own a horse.

Cordelia Garett | Technician

Cordelia lives in Barnesville, MD with her fiancé, 2 dogs, cat, pygmy goat, chickens, 2 potbelly pigs, corn snake and aquatic frog. She loves any and all animals! In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and off-roading in her Jeep.

Andy Bonvillain | Technician

Andy has over 20 years of professional experience working with animals. In addition to his position with Veterinary Neighborhood Associates, he is currently employed by The National Institutes of Health as a veterinary technician. His primary role there is anesthesia and diagnostic imaging support. He has worked with a wide range of animals, from domestic pets to agricultural and exotic species. He also has a strong background with more than 10 years in animal behavior, including training with positive reinforcement techniques during his time working with the United Stated Army. When not working, he spends most of his time at his cabin in the mountains of Virginia.

Emily Fitch | Assistant

Emily has many years of experience with animals. She has grown up with almost any animal you can name. Right now she has a great Dane, a Chihuahua, a cat, a cockatiel, a ball python, 2 horses, and a reef tank. You will find her working side by side with her dad ( Dr. Willens), assisting with whatever needs to be done around the clinic.

Emily | Receptionist

Emily has been a full-time veterinary receptionist since 2000. She has a Master of Library & Information Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In her free time she likes to read, bake, and hang out with her two cats.

Denise Connelly | Receptionist

Denise lives in Westminster, Maryland with her husband, two teenage sons, daughter, two dogs, and one cat. She also is a receptionist part time for Central Carroll Animal Emergency, and a Kennel worker at the Kitty Castle. In her free time she loves spending time with her family.