It takes a dedicated team of professionals who volunteer their time,
services and expertise in order to help rehabilitate the horses that
come to our facility. While many of these professionals and our
volunteer staff give of their time and talents freely, without regard
for recognition or reimbursement, we here at NWESC would like to thank
them for their special efforts in helping forward our mission.
Please take the time to thank them for their efforts next time you
see them in action - whether it be at our facility or out in the
community - for without them we would not be able to do nearly as much
as what we can.
Special Thanks To...
NWESC would like to recognize Rick Stewart (our landlord)
for all of his contributions to our organization and for his
Our Partners in Equine Health...
Dr. Hannah Mueller (formerly Evergreen)
Cedarbrook Veterinary Care
Dr. Penny Lloyd
Cedarbrook Veterinary Care
Touch for Animals
Diane Garwood - Animal
Staff and Volunteer Staff
Petrie - NWESC Staff Administrator
Tami Petrie rallies the herd and confirms NWESC’s role as a hub
providing rescue horse vet care and education. She produces a dynamic,
quality conscious environment where opportunities for individual and
organizational potency are practiced daily at NWESC.
Tami’s corporate and non-profit background, both here and abroad,
have created an experienced organizer, facilitator, insightful marketer,
and program developer from conception through delivery.
When not devoting her time and energy to NWESC, Tami enjoys trail
rides and camping with her horses and dogs as well as providing self-use
and awareness lessons as a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner.
Lisa Dobbin - Cedarbrook Veterinary Care Liaison
has been actively involved in the equine rescue community in a number of
different capacities over the last 15 years, and currently is the
liaison between NWESC and Cedarbrook Veterinary Care where she is the
Lisa’s background is in business and retail management, her attention
to detail and her organization skills are a huge asset to the operations of
NWESC and combines beautifully with her passion and love for animals.
In her free time she enjoys gardening, camping and spending time with
her family and animals.
Jennifer Miller - Volunteer Coordinator
Miller is NWESC's Volunteer Coordinator and also a member of the
Cedarbrook Veterinary Care team! She comes to us with a wealth of horse
care knowledge and is currently studying to be a veterinary technician.
You will find her in the barn on most weekends with her dog Lexus
providing exceptional care to the horses.
In her spare time Jennifer enjoys hitting the trails with her horses,
spending time with her family, or reading a good book.