The Feline Fix's dedicated staff and Board of Directors are deeply committed to our organization's mission of championing the welfare of all cats, especially the most vulnerable. We work hard to
build a world in which cats enjoy lives free from suffering and
are treated with kindness by all.
Lindsay serves as the organization’s strategic leader and is responsible for raising funds and creating partnerships that further advance our mission. She is a Certified Fund Raising Executive and has served the nonprofit community for the past seven years, previously holding fundraising positions at the Dumb Friends League as well as Freedom Service Dogs of America. Lindsay graduated with a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Denver where she also earned a certificate in Animal-Assisted Social Work.
As an avid animal welfare advocate and firm believer in the power of the human-animal bond, Lindsay is passionate about improving the well-being and safety of all animals. Lindsay shares her home with two adopted shelter dogs, and while she does not currently have cats, she has a sneaking suspicion that it is only a matter of time before one joins her pack...
Sherri has managed general operations at The Feline Fix since 2010. She manages workflow and other administrative duties. Her role ensures the clinic conducts business effectively and efficiently. Sherri has been a manager in animal welfare for over 25 years. She lives with her partner of 40+ years and two adopted felines—one with four legs and FIV and one with two and a half legs.
Dr. Rebekah Porter
Dr. Porter is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following her passion for hiking and other mountainous outdoor adventures, she moved to Denver after graduating from veterinary school and has been practicing in the area since. Dr. Porter began her career in private practice, but soon developed a deep interest in feline medicine. She believes that understanding feline behavior, emotions and the ways in which they communicate with us is of utmost importance in providing appropriate medical care and promoting overall wellbeing. She is especially happy to be able to provide care for community cats.
Nicole oversees the Foster Adoption Program, Volunteer Program, and TNR Program at The Feline Fix. Nicole’s background is in animal behavior, and she has experience working with both exotic and domestic animals. She has a particular soft spot for scared, hissy kittens. Her passion is helping them learn to trust people, transforming them into loving pets. Nicole shares her home with an opinionated orange tabby, an incredibly sweet patched tabby, and two adorable bunnies.
Kate started as a Clinic Volunteer in June 2017 and officially joined The Feline Fix's staff in December 2018. She is responsible for pre-surgery patient preparation and assisting the veterinarian during wellness appointments. Kate is currently attending San Juan College online to earn her A.S. in veterinary technology. She also maintains an independent pet sitting business. She is the proud mom of one diabetic senior dog and five spoiled kitties.
Layne Brodman, Clinic Coordinator, joined The Feline Fix team in September 2019. She handles scheduling, check in/out, patient discharge, assisting in clinic, medical documentation, trap rental, and general questions/information. Layne has previous experience in the veterinary field as a veterinary assistant and coordinator. Layne enjoys spending her free time up-cycling furniture, cooking, playing video games, and relaxing with her cats Denver, Tyke, and Puck.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Bernadette is a Colorado native. She has been doing relief help for The Feline Fix for five years before becoming a part of the team last year. Bernadette, also known as Bernie, is responsible for patient care, anesthesia, pre-and post-operative patient assessment, surgical preparation, and administration of vaccinations. She is a proud mom of her grumpy cat Ziggy.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Emma moved to Colorado about 10 years ago from Oklahoma to attend Bel-Rae Institute of Animal Technology to earn her Certified Veterinary Technician degree. Her experience includes surgery, general practice, emergency and shelter medicine. Her passion is helping with high volume, high quality spay/neuter cat clinics and making a difference in the lives of all cats. She lives with 2 cats and 2 dogs and her hubby.
Our Board of Directors
Tobie McPhail, Chair
Grant Tonkin, Treasurer
Mary V. McGhee, Director
John Taylor, Director
Shawna Miller, Director
Linda Hanselman, Director
Gretchen Munderloh, Director
Erin Searfoss, Director
Joan Casey, Emeritus Member
Erica Rambus, DVM, Emeritus Member