PRESIDENT ~ Deborah Glottmann, BS, CVT
LilliNo1@aol.com ~ 802-229-2041
Deb graduated from the University of Massachusetts , Amherst in 1992 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Pre Vet (Cum Laude). She is a certified veterinary technician and has managed multiple vet hospitals over the past 10 years. Deb enjoys running the VTNE study group and is also one of the proctors for the exam. Deb has her own resume consulting business & is also an emergency and critical care technician. Deb is very active with Vermont Therapy Dogs and has a Greyhound that is very good at his new job as a therapy dog. She lives in Montpelier and is the housekeeper for the perfect Jack Russell terrier, a greyhound, 3 cats, 1 iguana, 2 horses, a flock of zebra finches, and lots of fish.
VICE PRESIDENT / ~ Debbie Danforth LVT, CVT VVTA
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VVTA SECRETARY & CERTIFICATION COORDINATOR ~
Jo Collemer, LVT, CVT
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Jo graduated in 1976 from the University of Maine/Orono (With Highest Distinction) with an Associate's Degree in Animal Medical Technology. Since then she has worked at practices in Maine where she is licensed and in Vermont where she is certified. She works 4 days a week at the Burlington Emergency Veterinary Service in Williston and one day a month with Dr. Michele Tulis/Home Veterinary Service as her surgery tech. Surgery and nursing care are the two areas on which she thrives and her varied jobs allow her to enjoy both. While being a member of the VVTA since it’s start, two years ago Jo became the VVTA’s secretary/certification coordinator--a “job” that she enjoys as it allows her contact with many other technicians around the state as well as New Hampshire and New York. Jo has lived in Middlesex for 19 years with a "herd" of cats. Among her other interests are sports, gardening, reading, and feral cat rescue.
TREASURER ~ Eva Cox, CVT
Eva graduated in 1971 from SUNY at Delhi with an associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology. She has worked in both mixed and small animal practices as well as teaching in the Veterinary Technology program at Colorado Mountain College for six years. She was a certified veterinary technician in Colorado and is currently a certified technician in Vermont. Eva has served previously as a president and vice- president of the VVTA. She is happily employed at Springfield Animal Hospital. Eva has two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, one cat and nine Bantam chickens. She has one daughter, Whitney who is currently living in Boston. She enjoys therapy dog visiting with her Cavalier, “Lily”, and hiking, cross- country skiing, snowshoeing and birding with her husband, Ken. She also enjoys reading, especially by the wood stove in winter.