Teresa joined the team in 2009. She received her veterinary technician degree from Medical Institute of Minnesota in 1980 (now known as Argosy University) and also received an RN degree from St. Mary's Junior College in 1986.
She loves walking her dog everyday, and also enjoys her two cats, Emily and Ashley.
Teresa is a member of her church choir and her church's bell choir and was a Mary Kay consultant for seventeen years. Teresa's husband is a professor at the U of M. She also has two college-aged children.
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