Alex joined the Southpointe receptionist team in the beginning of 2020. She holds a bachelors degree in biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology with a minor in animal science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Alex brings over 4 years of veterinary experience with her to Southpointe. She has a cat named Moose. Her future goals include becoming an emergency veterinarian.


Lisa has been a part of the Southpointe family since August 24, 2000. She has an A.A.S. degree in Small Business Management from a division of University of Kentucky.

Lisa has a strong faith in God and is an active member of her church. At Riverview Church of God, Lisa is a choir member, part of the Greeter’s Committee, Secretary of the Women’s Ministries board, Small group Bible study teacher, Secretary of the Outreach and Missions Board and Assistant Prayer Ministries leader.

“Presently, my animal family consists of one spunky little cockatiel named Bernie. My personal love and dedication to the animal kingdom stems from Proverbs 12:10A which says that a good and righteous person regards the life of their animal.”

My goal at Southpointe Veterinary Hospital is to make clients and patients feel welcomed and appreciated. Also, I want to show human and animal-kind alike, the respect and compassion that makes Southpointe the special hospital that it is.”



Jennifer started her employment with Southpointe in June 2004. She is an avid book and animal lover. After the bookstore that she worked at for six years closed she decided to pursue a position involving her love of animals.

Jennifer has an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Henry Ford Community College. She is a proud cat mom of Madison “Moo”, adopted from Southpointe and Beezus, a cat she fostered and then adopted from P.A.W.S. of Michigan.

Since 2008 Jennifer has been a feline foster parent for P.A.W.S. of Michigan, providing a loving home to many cats as they await their forever homes.

“Southpointe has such a wonderful family atmosphere. Everyone here truly cares and clients and their pets feel like a part of our families. We share their joys and their tears.”



Kim previously worked at Southpointe in 1997-1999.  She returned to us in 2008 and has been a part of the receptionist time since.  Kim returned because of her love of animals and people.
Kim has a beagle named Cayman.  Kim’s hobbies include traveling and mini-golf.



Sheila is a Wyandotte native and considers herself a “dog person”.  A Michigan State University alumni, she came to Southpointe Veterinary Hospital in 2012 and primarily works as a receptionist but also thoroughly enjoys getting close with the boarders when working a few times a month as a kennel attendant.  She has come to better appreciate the feline species and invites everyone to come to our Adoption Center when looking for a new addition to the family.