Meet Our Team

Delaney Davis

Delaney Davis is a certified veterinary technician and the practice manager for Roseway Veterinary Hospital. Delaney received a her degree in organismal biology from Portland State University and has 10 years of veterinary experience. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, running and cycling.

Jessica Swanson

Jessica is Roseway Veterinary Hospital’s first receptionist! She is an animal lover with three years’ prior experience as a veterinary receptionist, as well as nearly two years as a dog walker and pet sitter. She has several pets of her own, including two cats, a shih-tzu and a sand boa. She grew up on a farm and finds it important to give animals a voice. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, hiking, reading and playing with her dog. She is looking forward to developing lasting bonds with Roseway’s clients and patients.

Leah Brown

Leah is Roseway Vet’s first veterinary technician. She’s kind of weird and shy and silly and really loves dogs. Her boyfriend thinks she probably has too many of them, but she’s okay with that. She also really loves running (every day!), and competes regularly. She practices yoga and sometimes bicycling – but racing bikes isn’t as much fun as running. She came from an orchard in the Midwest but has been living in and enjoying Portland since 2010. Leah has been in the vet field for about six years with a background in shelter medicine and art – what a combination! She lives in the Roseway neighborhood and can be found most mornings chasing cats and squirrels with That Luke Dog of hers. Welcome, Leah!

Monica Wiggin

Monica is Roseway Veterinary Hospital’s certified veterinary technician. She was born and raised in Portland, and after completing her degree in environmental studies she traveled the world. She has worked on research vessels, lead sailing, surfing and kayaking tours and treks for girls, and taught swimming courses for neglected and underprivileged youth. She became interested in veterinary medicine when she worked with alpacas and goats in Europe. She is also very involved in yoga and once lived in an ashram. She has been teaching yoga since then and is passionate about health and fascinated with anatomy and physiology. Monica loves to learn. She feels that medicine is a gift and is pleased to be assisting our fuzzy (or not so fuzzy) family members with some of the most advanced veterinary medicine applications we have today.

Kelsie Parker

Kelsie Parker

Kelsie is Roseway Veterinary Hospital’s Kennel Attendant and Assistant. She has extensive experience working with a variety of animals including dogs, cats, horses, reptiles, and rodents and has two dogs of her own. She has been involved with the 4-H Dog Project in Clark County for nine years, both as a member and a leader. She also has prior experience working in a busy dog and cat kennel during the holiday season.

Kelsie is patient, hardworking and honest and prioritizes animal safety and comfort at all times. As a 4-H leader, she has been strong in educating members on care, health and behavior of dogs, as well as leading youth in training their dogs in a variety of disciplines. She is currently attending courses to obtain her degree in veterinary technology. We are lucky to have Kelsie on our team!