The Glasgow Team 2019-2020

Bridget Johnson

Secretary

The Trusty Paws clinic each month makes a huge difference in the lives of both Glasgow’s homeless population and their companions. I am so pleased to be a part of an organization that makes such strides to helping our community. I am grateful to the University of Glasgow for my learning experiences and am passionate about giving back. Witnessing the human-animal bond and being able to foster that through veterinary care is so important to me. I look forward to the future clinics and getting to know our clients more!

 

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Rachel Macleod

Secretary

My name is Rachel, a current fourth year from Edmonton Alberta Canada, and am a registered veterinary technician, having worked in a clinic since I was 17. I am one of the new secretaries of the club and help in organizing the clinics, scrub sales, taking minutes, organizing meetings and am in charge of the database. I believe that the human-animal bond is such a strong and powerful thing, and can help people get through many difficult times in their lives, and is sometimes all they have. I think what Trusty Paws does is so fantastic and is such great experience to not only be able to help people, but to also help to build confidence and vet skills in a non-school setting.

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Anjana Mangalat

Fundraising Manager

Hello everyone, my name is Anjana Mangalat and I am one of the Fundraising Managers for Trusty Paws. It is our job to promote and support the organization through events designed to increase awareness of the work done at Trusty Paws. This is an exciting opportunity given that we demonstrate service not only for the animals but our community as well! I appreciate that the people we aid are enthusiastic about their pets and want the best for them. It is refreshing to engage in community interaction as well as conversations with veterinarians we meet along the way. I look forward to doing more work and creating a difference in our corner!

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Elizabeth Zanon

Fundraising Manager

Hello! My name is Elizabeth and I am one of the fundraising managers for Trusty Paws this year. I am a 4th year student originally from Toronto, Canada and moved to Glasgow when I started vet school. I am excited to contribute to this charity and already have lots of ideas for fundraising events.

Through my time completing EMS and volunteering with veterinarians, one of the most amazing things I've witnessed is the bond between an animal and a human. I believe it is our role, as future veterinarians to help connect and nourish those bonds as animals have such an important role in human lives. Being apart of the Trusty Paws committee will allow me to make a difference in someone's life, whether it be human or animal and that is something I look forward to doing. Outside of studying, I enjoy, hiking, reading, baking, singing & playing my clarinet and horse-back riding.

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Katherine Gumal

Outreach Officer

I have always been passionate about all the strays and homeless that we have at home in Malaysia and I want to help out the community in Scotland as well! Dogs make up a huge part of our lives and I love to help make sure they are happy, healthy and have a full belly.

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Tom Maxwell

Outreach Officer

Hi, I’m Tom and I am one of the Outreach Officers this year. I’m from Manchester and moved up to Glasgow to study Veterinary Medicine. I wanted to be part of the Trusty Paws committee because it is such an amazing cause; getting the chance to help the homeless, while also improving the welfare of their pets, whom they have such a strong bond with. Homelessness is a problem in both Glasgow and Manchester, and while I’m in Glasgow I want to give my time improving the lives of those affected, and when I go back home, I hope to do the same there.

In my spare time I enjoy playing hockey, travelling and trying new cuisines.

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Susan Feng

Stock Manager

Hello! My name is Susan Feng, but you can call me Suzie. I am a 4th year veterinary student from sunny California, but Glasgow has really grown on me. I am the stock manager for this upcoming year, so it’s my job to ensure that everything is in stock for the clinic. However, if there is something you would like to see at the clinic that we don’t have already, please let me know! I am super excited to be working alongside the rest of the Trusty Paws Committee and the people and animals of Glasgow. I really enjoy helping others, and I would love to try to help make a difference in the Glasgow community. This charity has done some great work in the past, so I hope to be able to continue that trend.

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Rachael Coulson

PR Manager

Hi, my name is Rachael and I’m a 4th year vet student from Northern Ireland! I am the PR manager at Trusty Paws and I’m very excited to volunteer for this very worthy charity. I have previously volunteered with both the outreach and the clinic itself and I love meeting members of the Glasgow community and their adorable companions. I think Trusty Paws is such an important charity as it provides not only essential veterinary care but also raises awareness of Glasgow’s homelessness problem. I can’t wait to get started and keep the public updated with a monthly blog and some cute animal pics.
In my spare time I enjoy horse riding and playing the piano, as well as taking my dog, Maddie, for walks!

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