Our medical staff has decades of collective experience in animal welfare.
It’s what we know and love.
Jean Goh, DVM
Dr. Jean Goh was the Director of the Spay/Neuter Clinic at the San Francisco SPCA for over seven years. Before that, she was an ER doctor in the SF SPCA hospital. She has a particular interest in surgery, field medicine, and nonprofit veterinary work, and is dedicated to making quality veterinary care accessible to underserved communities. Dr. Goh is also a long-time volunteer surgeon with HSVMA-RAVS field clinics.
“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 pitbull, chihuahua, and dachshund.
Alejandra (“Alex”) Mayorga, RVT
Registered Veterinary Technician
Alejandra Mayorga, RVT, began her nearly decade-long career in general practice before switching to a focus on spay/neuter. “I love helping animals and their people,” Alex says. “I got into this field because I wanted my job to make a difference. This work allows me to be able to do just that. My hope in the future is to continue volunteering [i.e., with Rural Area Veterinary Services (RAVS)] and gaining knowledge so I can better serve our patients.”
Alex has a Lab mix, a pitbull, and two cats. She likes traveling, movies, and spending time with friends and family.
Alex is a Fear Free Certified Professional.
Amy French is from Stockton, CA and has been a veterinary technician since graduating from Carrington College in 2014. She previously worked at a general practice exotic animal clinic in Lodi, and for the San Francisco SPCA where she gained experience in high volume spay/neuter and anesthesia at the Stockton Animal Shelter in a program spearheaded by the SF SPCA. “I am a big animal lover, which is why I got into the field. I have six pets: two pitbulls, two chihuahuas, a cat, and a gargoyle gecko.”
Amy keeps busy in her free time. “I love to garden—I love succulents the best. I also like bike rides, hiking, kayaking, and skateboarding.”
Donor Relations and Data Specialist
Lauren Barnett is new to the animal welfare sphere, but she has worked at various nonprofits in administration, donor relations, and everything behind-the-scenes. Lauren became interested in working at Fix Our Ferals after she had two of her cats spayed here; she wanted to help other people get their pets fixed so they can lead longer, healthier lives. In addition to writing newsletters and conversing with donors, Lauren handles all of the social media like Instagram, which is somewhat new to her but she finds it amusing.
Lauren lives in Oakland with her cats. In her free time, she spends time with her fur babies (of course), hangs out with shelter pups, and is always on the internet.
Robin Post, RVT
Robin Post, RVT, started her medical career as a veterinary assistant in the shelter medicine department of the San Francisco SPCA. She then assumed a supervisory role in the SF SPCA spay/neuter clinic.
Before joining Fix our Ferals, Robin was the supervisor of Off-Site Spay-Neuter Services, where she coordinated MASH-style spay/neuter clinics and helped develop spay/neuter programs at municipal shelters. She 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 every imaginable physical condition.
Robin lives in Albany with her geriatric cat and Wizard the chihuahua.
Robin is a RECOVER Certified ALS Rescuer.
Leticia (“Lety”) Lopez
Leticia Lopez has worked in the veterinary field for 15 years. “I’m originally from San Diego, CA. I grew up with a wide variety of pets and have a deep-rooted passion for working with animals,” she said. Lety lives with Marcos, her husband; Gidget, a Yorkie/Chihuahua mix who she rescued when the pup was seven days old; and Percy, a rescued parrot.
When she’s not at Fix Our Ferals helping to save lives, Lety enjoys watching movies, hiking, traveling, and shopping.
Community Programs Manager
Erin Kerley has been working in the veterinary field for over 20 years. She started her career in Canada and moved with her husband to the Bay Area in 2006. For six years Erin worked for the San Francisco SPCA in the Community Cares Program overseeing community medicine clinics and community cats. Her main focus is to ensure that everyone has access to veterinary care for their pets no matter what their personal situation may be.
Erin lives in Richmond with her husband Scott, her three cats, and two dogs. On days off, you can find her gardening or hiking with her dogs.