Meet our technicians 

jamie joy  -  erin lines  - Meaghan Monahan  -  sue olson  -  Lindsay Voves  -  teri willard

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Erin Lines, CVT, CCRP in Progress

Certified Veterinary Technician 
Certification in Canine Rehabilitation in Progress

Erin began her career in veterinary medicine in 2013 and attended the Bel Rea Institute of Animal Technology in pursuit of becoming a certified veterinary technician. Graduating and becoming credentialed in 2015, she gained experience in general practice and emergency/critical care before starting her career in rehabilitation. She always thought that there was more that could be done to address her patients' pain and mobility during and after recovery. This led her to discovering the field of rehabilitation. Erin draws inspiration from a very special dog in her life named Blair- once unable to walk, then gifted mobility through rehabilitation.  

 

More than anything she enjoys the outdoors and all of its critters and flora. Martial arts training/competing, fishing, gardening, and cooking are a few of her favorite things too.

 

Foodie, fitness junkie and polyglot in progress. 

Meaghan Monahan, CVT

Director of Regenerative Medicine 
Certified Veterinary Technician 

Meaghan was born and raised in Massachusetts before moving to CO in 2009 to attend CSU for Equine Sciences. For more than 12 years Meaghan worked for CSU in a few capacities; Data Entry for the Orthopedic Research Center, Office Manager for the Veterinary Hospital, and Anesthesia Technician with the Translational Medicine Institute. Meaghan joins the Red Sage team to pursue her love of Regenerative medicine and how it applies to both four legged athletes and companions.

 

In her free time, Meaghan manages an Appaloosa Heritage Foundation, an educational equine nonprofit, as well as having horses of her own. She stays busy showing, breeding, and sharing these horses with the world. Her Fiance and their two dogs help keep her relatively sane!

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Sue Olson

Internal Medicine Technician 

Sue was born and raised in Rockford, IL and moved to Colorado in 1995. She attended the University of Illinois and graduated with a degree in Biology. She has been in the veterinary field for 13 years and worked in pharmaceutical and biotech positions prior to that.

Her family includes 3 dogs and 4 cats, all rescues. Outside of work, Sue enjoys country living, gardening, golf, patio beers/margaritas and painting.

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Lindsay Voves

Regenerative Medicine Technician 

Lindsay grew up in Connecticut before moving to New Orleans, LA to attend Tulane University for her undergraduate education. Lindsay graduated from Tulane in 2019 with degrees in environmental studies and English. While in New Orleans, Lindsay was an avid rugby player and attended the national championships with her collegiate team three times (placing first, second and fourth in the country each year). Lindsay was heavily involved in community sports and the volunteered to aid in the development of rugby, especially for girls and women, in Louisiana. 

 

Lindsay aspires to become a veterinarian and is ecstatic to be a part the Red Sage team. This combination of her love for animals and her passion for sports medicine and rehabilitative therapy makes it a perfect fit. Prior to Red Sage, Lindsay worked at a general practice as a technician. She is excited for the change of pace, to learn new things and to pursue a long term career in rehabilitative veterinary medicine. 

 

Lindsay spends her free time hiking with her two dogs, Sully and Bindi, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer. It is quite the change of pace from Louisiana! 

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Teri Willard, CVT, CCRP, VCC

Regenerative Medicine Technician 

Teri moved to Fort Collins from Rochester, NY in 2016. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2004 in various realms including emergency, surgery, physical rehabilitation, and general practice. Teri graduated with an A.A.S degree in Veterinary Technology in 2015, received her certification in Canine Rehabilitation in 2018 from the University of Tennessee, and completed a certification to become a Veterinary Cannabis Counselor in 2020. Her main veterinary interests are in sports medicine and integrated/holistic medicine. Teri loves working with the canine athletes. She focuses on conditioning, strengthening, and cross training them to be ready for anything while they do what they love to do. 

In her off time, Teri enjoys spending time with her husband Jeff, hiking, working out, practicing canine agility, and going to concerts (especially Dave Matthews Band). Teri and Jeff currently have three fur kids, Avalon Myst an Australian Shepherd, Adventure Horizon a Border Collie, and Bexley Saffron a fluffy orange tabby.