Red Mountain Staff

Lindsey Sexton

is the Head Receptionist/Vet Assistant at RMAC. She has worked with us for approximately 11 years and is an integral part of our team. Lindsey is a big family person, having 3 children of her own and 2 cats and 1 dog.

Najah Najeeullah

is our Office Manager/Vet Assistant and has been working with us for 10 years. Najah is a key player in our day to day cases. She is also a big family person with 2 sons and 1 cat.

Lisa McKinnon

has worked for Dr. Williams for over 15 years. She has been a kennel tech, receptionist, and vet assistant. Lisa brings experience from a number of other animal clinics. Lisa has 1 son, 1 dog and 2 cats that she loves dearly.

Katie McGlawn

is the newest member of our team but not to the world of veterinary medicine. She has worked with various veterinarians throughout the years. Katie has a wonderful skill set as one of our Vet Assistants/Receptionist. The former education received at Auburn University is not going to waste!!!

Hayley Haynes

is a student enrolled in Jeff State Community College Vet Tech Distance Learning Program. She is gaining practical experience and developing her skills as she prepares to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician, LVT. She began as a volunteer nearly 3 years ago and has been a valuable member of our team.

Holly Haynes

is a Vet Assistant/Kennel Tech. She has worked for us approximately 2 years. Holly has a deep compassion and love for our 4-legged patients. As a former Medical Assistant, the skills from that profession have proven to be invaluable in her work with animals. She has pets of her own but considers each and every one of our patients her own!!!

Derrick Smith

has been working at RMAC for 11 years. He began working while in high school as a Kennel Tech. He then moved up and around in the clinic helping out wherever needed. Now Derrick holds the position as Groomer. He does a great job and will still help out whenever needed.

Airene Caver

Many of our employees begin as students and/or volunteers. Airene fits that description completely. She began as a straight A student her junior year of high school in 2013 and has continued into Veterinary School as a student at Tuskegee University. Many weekend, holidays, and summers she can be found at RMAC without missing a beat!!!

Here at Red Mountain we love to teach and help any student or upcoming individual who has an interest in Veterinary Medicine.  We allow volunteers to come and watch/help whenever there is a space open.  (Please contact our office for details)