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Michelle Gundlach
Dana Nevois
Charlie Roberts

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Michelle Gundlach

Michelle GundlachTitle: Faculty-Vet Tech
Office: CTE 137D

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: U Of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
Bachelor of Science: U Of Illinois-Urbana Champaign

Dr. Michelle Gundlach received her Bachelor`s degree in biology from Western Illinois University Summa Cum Laude in 1988. She graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine as salutatorian of the Class of 1992. Dr. Gundlach spent several years in rural mixed animal practice before changing focus to small animal clinical practice. She served 3 years as President of the Southern Illinois VMA, as well as 7 years on the Illinois State VMA Board of Directors. She accepted the position of Director of Education for the ISVMA in 2013. Teaching has always been a strong interest for Dr. Gundlach; she is happy to have the opportunity to be a veterinary technology educator at Jefferson College. She resides in Illinois with her husband, daughter, and multiple pets.

Dana Nevois

Dana NevoisTitle: Director-Veterinary Technology
Office: CEB 1

Master of Business Admin: Missouri Baptist University
Bachelor of Science: Missouri Baptist University
Associate of Applied Science: Jefferson College
Associate of Arts: Jefferson College

Ms. Dana Nevois is the Director of the Jefferson College Veterinary Technology Program. Dana graduated from the Jefferson College Veterinary Technology Program in 1998 and is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). Additionally, she received her Master`s degree in Business Administration from Missouri Baptist College in 2009, her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Missouri Baptist College in 2002, and her A.A. degree in Liberal Arts from Jefferson College in 1996. She has worked in the veterinary field as an RVT in both small animal and laboratory animal medicine. Dana`s current duties include planning, guiding, monitoring and coordinating the activities of the Veterinary Technology Program. She also teaches part-time in the program and holds a career education teaching certificate.

Dana attends seminars and workshops to stay current in the fields of veterinary medicine and education. Dana also maintains her professional veterinary technician license and is a member of several professional organizations including the Missouri Veterinary Technician Association, the Association of Veterinary Technician Educators, and the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America.

Charlie Roberts

Charlie RobertsTitle: Professor - Vet Tech
Office: CTE 137C

Master of Science in Education: Missouri Baptist University
Bachelor Professional Studies: Missouri Baptist University
Associate of Applied Science: Jefferson College

Ms. Carleen Roberts received her A.A.S. degree in Veterinary Technology in 1998 from Jefferson College. She received her Bachelor`s degree in professional studies in 2010 and her Master of Science in Education degree in 2012, both from Missouri Baptist University. She worked in private practice until 2005. She accepted an adjunct faculty position as a laboratory assistant for the Veterinary Technology program at Jefferson College in 2004. She then accepted a full-time laboratory assistant position in 2005. Her current duties include teaching full time in the Veterinary Technology program. She is currently an Assistant Professor in Veterinary Technology and holds a Career Education Teaching Certificate.

Carleen heads the Jefferson College Veterinary Technology Adoption Program. She fields applications and sets up meeting with potential adopters to meet the animals. She also holds weekend adoption events. She does a large portion of this on her own time in the evenings and on the weekends.

Carleen recently obtained a Certificate in Equine Medicine by completing and online program and attending a hands on wet-lab.

Carleen attends seminars and workshop to stay current in the field of veterinary medicine as well as the field of education. Carleen also maintains her professional veterinary technician license.

Carleen has taught a Junior Vet Program for the Girl Scout Council of Greater St. Louis for the last two years during the summer camp sessions. She regularly attends local districts career days and speaks about the opportunities for students in veterinary medicine.