Meet our wonderful Administrative staff
Mary CookCommunity Outreach Coordinator
Mary grew up in the Chattanooga area and is a former teacher. She and her husband have three children and two grandchildren. Daisy, a black lab, is the reason Mary became a part of the VCSG family. Dr. Pullen became Daisy's doctor more than 7 years ago. When the doors of VCSG opened in 2016, Daisy was his first patient! Several years later, Dr. Pullen and his wife, Claudia, established a non-profit named Daisy’s Tale in memory of Daisy. Mary serves as President of Daisy’s Tale.
Kaitlin JohnsonReferral Coordinator
Kaitlin moved to Chattanooga and joined the staff of VCSG in 2019. She has a dog named Joey, a Golden mix, and another dog named Enzo, a Pomeranian. Kaitlin enjoys hiking with Joey and Enzo, going to the beach, and spending quality time with her family.
Sabrina Ferrando-ArwoodBlood Bank Manager
Laura Hudgens, LVMTInventory Manager
Laura graduated with a BA degree from the University of Georgia in 2011. She then earned her AAS in Veterinary Technology from Gwinnett Technical College in 2014. Laura worked as a registered veterinary technician (RVT) in emergency at Cobb Emergency Veterinary Clinic and neurology at Bush Veterinary Neurology Services in Atlanta before moving to Chattanooga when she got married. She was the Lead Oncology Technician and assisted in inventory management at AESC before joining VCSG. Kayaking, quilting and baseball are activities she enjoys. Laura and her husband have a son named Connor, three dogs (Benji, Chewy, Molly) and one cat (Firefly).
Julie, originally from Indiana, began her new adventure in Tennessee eight years ago when she took up hang
gliding and fell in love with the area. She is a Purdue Calumet University graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. She has been the VCSG bookkeeper since 2018. Julie enjoys the outdoors with Aphid, her Terrier/Heeler mix. You will find them walking the trails, enjoying music festivals, hang gliding and fishing. That’s right….Aphid goes hang gliding.