Dr. Stephanie Lee
Dr. Stephanie LeeSnipWell Executive Director & Lead Veterinarian
Dr. Lee is a native of the Steele Creek area and has loved animals as long as she can remember. During a career fair in second grade, she spent the majority of her time with the veterinarian and decided then she would one day help animals. She attended North Carolina State University undergraduate school (1990-1993) and College of Veterinary Medicine (1993-1997). Dr. Lee worked in general practice for 10 years before moving into shelter medicine and spay/neuter.

Through her experience as an associate and relief veterinarian at many different practices in Charlotte, NC, Wilmington, NC and Knoxville, TN she was able to experience a wide range of practice philosophies and clientele. Her decision to become a spay/neuter and wellness veterinarian came due to the high population of animals that were losing their lives in shelters simply because they didn’t have a home or access to affordable vet care. Dr. Lee transitioned to high-quality, high volume spay/neuter surgery and medicine in 2007 and is excited to bring these much needed services to her hometown of Fort Mill, SC in hopes of reaching those in her community who are most at risk.

Outside of work, Dr. Lee stays busy with her vibrant daughter and many rescued pets, including dogs, cats, a rabbit, a turtle, and a goldfish. Her hobbies include reading, walking/hiking with her daughter and dogs, listening to music, gardening, and enjoying the local wildlife.

Angelia Lewis
Angelia LewisRegistered Veterinary Technician
Angelia began her career as a registered veterinary technician in 2013. She graduated from the Gaston College veterinary technician program and completed an externship at a private veterinary hospital. Being an animal lover, she has always had a huge passion for being an advocate for the animals. Angelia has over 5 years experience in spay, neuter and wellness medicine and is a licensed technician in both South and North Carolina. She has adopted three fur babies, her kitties – Lana and Silous – and a handsome Akita mix – Kohle. Her hobbies include yoga, hiking, snowboarding, and rock climbing.
Kathy Harr
Kathy HarrVeterinary Assistant
Kathy grew up in the small town of East Prairie, MO where her love of animals began. She comes from a military family and is a proud Army veteran. After 20 years of moving and traveling from different U.S Army installations, she and her husband and two sons settled in Sherrills Ford, NC. There she found her true passion in life when she began volunteering at local humane organizations. She loves working as a vet assistant and caring for her three dogs, two cats and gerbil. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening for wildlife, landscaping, and decorating.
Ana Torres
Ana TorresVeterinary Assistant
Ana’s love for animals began when she was very young. From kindergarten through high school, she would often bring home strays and pet sit for family and friends. Animals have been an important part of Ana’s life as long as she can remember. She enjoys caring for them and has always been determined to have a career in the veterinary field. After high school, she met her husband and had two handsome boys. To stay close to animals, she volunteered at her local humane shelter and was eventually offered a position as a client services representative for the spay/neuter clinic. Thanks to her hard work and dedication, she transitioned to veterinary assistant. Her animal family consists of a small chihuahua named Tweetie, a pit bull named Dixie and her Great Dane named Alice. In her free time, she loves to spend time relaxing with her family and living life to the fullest.
Lee Ann Nix
Lee Ann NixClinic Manager
Lee Ann’s passion for animal welfare began when she adopted her first rescue pet in 2011 while in college. She graduated from Appalachian State University in 2013 and immediately began an internship with the local humane society. She eventually moved to Charlotte and began her career in the nonprofit animal welfare sector. After spending time working in all areas of the clinic, Lee Ann realized her passion was in client interaction and education and helping the clinic process run smoothly. As Clinic Manager at SnipWell, she gets to focus on every aspect of patient care. In her spare time, she enjoys taking her two daughters on adventures, doing yoga, reading, and baking.

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