Jenny began Sciensational Sssnakes!! as a business in 1994. Working with reptiles has been her life long dream and she is very privileged to work with such a fantastic team of people and animals everyday.
Michelle is currently a student at the University of Guelph, in her third year of the Zoology program. Michelle joined the SciSnakes team for the summer in 2019, and has been a great asset to the work SciSnakes does. As an animal care giver, an educator and presenter, and also as an intern working on our volunteer animal care program she has improved SciSnakes with her presence. We are looking forward to having Michelle with us for 2020, and hopefully even longer!
Kitty Lin worked at Sciensational Sssnakes!! for the summer of 2018. She now works tirelessly with SciSnakes in a voluntary capacity. Kitty provides excellent care for the collection, performing fantastic presentations and outreach about our wonderful reptiles, and still somehow manages to fit in supervising our animal care volunteers and assist with the planning and running of the volunteer program. Kitty is an enthusiastic and much valued member of the SciSnakes team. Without her hard work and wonderful presence the 'Conservation through Education' mandate of SciSnakes would not be the success it is today.
Jenny joined the SciSnakes team as an employee for the summer in 2018, and since then has continued to contribute a huge amount to our 'Conservation through Education' mandate. As well as being a stellar employee, Jenny is now donating much of her time to continue to care for the animals in the collection, educate the public at our displays and shows, and also spends lots of time and effort supervising and working with our animal care volunteers. SciSnakes has greatly benefited from Jenny's involvement, and we hope this continues into the future.
Reilly H McIsaac
Reilly is a recent graduate of the University of Guelph's Animal Biology course. She has worked at Sciensational Sssnakes for two summers, 2018 and 2019. Reilly is an amazing person who has brought an immense amount of positive progression to the SciSnakes team. As well as her tireless efforts to advance the cause of conservation of reptiles in Ontario while she was working full time during the summers, Reilly also selflessly gave so much to SciSnakes during her school semesters while she was a full time student. As one of the leaders behind the Animal Care Volunteer program she is responsible for the creation and constant improvement of this program which is benefiting both SciSnakes and the students involved. Reilly is on her way to becoming a Veterinarian, continuing her schooling in Melbourne, Australia. She will be sorely missed here at SciSnakes!