Tasha began working for AERC in October 2012. She has an A.A.S. degree from Argosy University in Veterinary Technology, and she worked in a day veterinary practice for a year, as well as a boarding facility for two and a half years.
Tasha also volunteers at the Raptor Center, and enjoys reading, playing her banjo, going to shows, and listening to records.
She is excited to get a Black Labrador and a Golden Retriever some day!
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