Dr. Jean Goh was the Director of the Spay/Neuter Clinic at the San Francisco SPCA for over seven years before FoF. Before that, she worked at the SFSPCA hospital as an ER doctor. She has a particular interest in surgery and field medicine, and has dedicated her career to non-profit veterinary work, and to making quality veterinary care accessible to underserved communities. Dr. Goh is also a long time volunteer surgeon with HSVMA-RAVS field clincs.
“I have been a supporter of Fix our Ferals since my first volunteer stint at one of the MASH-style clinics over ten years ago at the Hegenberger location. The original mission of FoF is at the heart of everything I believe in–getting to the free-roaming parents of the kittens that fill our shelters in an endless stream.”
Dr Goh lives in Oakland with her pitbulls, chihuahua, dachshund and elderly cats.
Robin Post RVT started her medical career as a veterinary assistant at the San Francisco SPCA’s shelter medicine department, then assumed a supervisory role in the spay/neuter clinic. Before she joined Fix our Ferals, Robin was supervisor of the Off-Site Spay-Neuter Services, where she co-ordinated MASH-style spay/neuter clinics and helped develop spay/neuter programs at municipal shelters. Robin is also a reserve field technician for HSVMA–RAVS, where she co-leads a project with the San Carlos Apache tribe in Arizona.
Robin has overseen the anesthesia of literally tens of thousands of dogs and cats–From half pound kittens to feral dogs to geriatric patients, in just about any physical condition you can imagine.
Robin lives in Albany with her cats and geriatric chihuahua dogs.