Client Services

  • Receptionist

    Jessica Beasley

    Jessica joined the VCA team in 2012. She plans to graduate from GGC with a bachelors degree in business. She enjoys playing soccer, running, and being at the lake. She shares her home with her fur baby Charlie. Jessica coaches girls soccer at Dacula Soccer Club.

    "I enjoy helping animals in need and being able to be there for them and their owners. I can relate to pet owners because my fur baby Charlie is my baby. I love getting to snuggle with all the fur babies"


  • Receptionist

    Lisa Prince

    Lisa joined the VCA team in 2008. She transferred from  VCA Avalon Heart of Gwinnett to VCA Falcon Village in 2016. She has always had a love and passion for animals. She enjoys diy projects, scrapbooking and spending time with her family. She shared her home with her husband, son and 3 dogs.

    "When I worked at VCA Avalon Heart of Gwinnett I really enjoyed working with the exotic animals. I found my passion and started my career in the veterinary field as a kennel attendant. I have always been dedicated and enjoyed my job. Some areas of the job are sad and I handle those moments with empathy because I'm not just there for the pet. I'm there for the owner as well."


  • Receptionist

    Joan Vitale

    Joanie has been a team member at Falcon Village since 2006 after moving from New York. She has three beautiful children, Mark, Kim and Sean. Her oldest son Sean and his wife Sevim had a son named Armin in 2016 making her a very proud grandmother. They also share their home with a  peekapoo named Lambchop. 

    VCA Falcon Village employees and clients have become part of my extended family. The most enjoyable part of my workday aside from the sloppy kisses and purrs are the wonderful clients who make my job worthwhile.


  • Receptionist

    Ashley Worthey

    Ashley,  team leader of VCA Falcon Village Animal Hospital's client service team, has been part of the hospital's staff since 2011. Ashley  enjoys meeting clients and their pets and working with the hospital's caring staff.
     

    When not at the hospital, she can be found spending time with her husband and two young sons.

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