Meet the Veterinary Assistants of Woodside Equine Clinic
Assistant to Dr. Scott Anderson
Maureen was raised in Glen Allen, Virginia and leased horses and showed in the local 4-H program. She earned a degree from Virginia Tech. Maureen married after graduation and joined Woodside in 2016. She also performs violin and vocals for church and wedding events in her free time.
Assistant to Dr. Dave Stanford
Kelsey grew up riding and showing horses in Washington State through her local 4-H program. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Randolph-Macon College in 2015. Kelsey previously worked with small animals at a local small animal clinic and joined Woodside in 2018. In her spare time she enjoys exploring new Appalachian trails with her husband and her dog.
Assistant to Dr. Claudia True
Sophie grew up in Glen Allen, Virginia and took riding lessons all through grade school. She graduated with a Bachelors in Science from Randolph-Macon College in 2016. Sophie joined Woodside in 2013 working in our clinic barns and is now very excited for the opportunity to be part of the ambulatory assistants team!
Woodside North Assistant
Catie grew up in Norfolk, Va and graduated from the University of Mary Washington in 2018. While at Mary Washington, Catie studied art and biology and discovered her love of horses. She joined Woodside in April 2019. Her spare time is filled with riding and working at Starbucks where she loves helping people find their new favorite drinks!
Martha grew up in Chesterfield, Virginia riding and showing in the surrounding areas competing mostly in the jumpers. In May of 2017, she graduated from Bridgewater College earning a Bachelors of Science in Biology with a minor in Equine Studies. Martha joined Woodside in September 2017 after returning back to the Richmond area. In her spare time she enjoys reading and going on trail rides with her horse Shadow and dog Scout.
Candace grew up in Orange, Va fox hunting with her dad and participating in Pony Club. She attended Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Va, where she was on the riding team and a Riding Officer. Candace also works at a small animal veterinary clinic and will graduate from Blue Ridge Community College as a Licensed Veterinary Technician May 2020. When she’s not working or attending school, she’s spending time with her two children.