Meet Our Team

Delaney Davis

Delaney Davis is a certified veterinary technician and the practice manager for Roseway Veterinary Hospital. Delaney received her degree in organismal biology from Portland State University and has 13 years of veterinary experience.

Delaney is a Fear-Free Certified veterinary professional which means she has passed a comprehensive training and certification program focused on delivering care to ensure the best physical and emotional well-being of her patients.

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 four years of prior experience as a veterinary receptionist, as well as nearly two years as a dog walker and pet sitter. In addition to her experience in client service, Jessica is also a Fear Free Certified veterinary professional.

Jessica 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 sincerely enjoys 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 seven 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.

Trillium Freden

Trillium is Roseway’s newest Veterinary Assistant. She grew up around and cared for animals all her life. Most recently, she has volunteered at an animal shelter and worked as a dog walker and sitter. She has always had a deep love for animals and a passion to give care.

Trillium believes animals deserve the utmost respect from humans and is looking forward to studying to become a vet technician once she is accepted into PCC’s technician program. In her free time she enjoys running, hiking, traveling and spending time with her kitty, Archer.

She is so excited for the opportunity to work professionally with sweet pets and their owners in our community!

Allee Chadek

Allee Chadek is Roseway’s second Certified Veterinary Technician. From a young age, she always knew her career path would be involved in Veterinary Medicine. Along the road she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Sciences from OSU (2014), and joined the Veterinary Medicine industry shortly thereafter. It was during this time of gaining experience that she began to appreciate how techs are utilized, and the breadth of knowledge that is never-ending with technological advances to boot.

After graduating from PCC’s Veterinary Technology program (2018), Allee is looking forward to providing nursing care for your family member while also gaining experience and knowledge with more complex medical cases. She takes into account how strong the human-animal bond is, and is ready to be a full-time advocate for your pet!

Outside of work, she enjoys anything that involves being surrounded by Pacific Northwest beauty! Camping, hiking, horseback riding, zip-lining, and photography, just to name a few.

Alexandria CuroAlexandria Curo

Alexandria is Roseway’s newest Veterinary Technician. She is a Portland native and brings to the team a wealth of professional experience in veterinary medicine including critical care, emergency medicine and orthopedic surgery. Alexandria shares her home with two dogs, a pug and a terrier mix. When she’s not at the hospital, you might find Alexandria hiking , traveling or spending time with her family.

Brandi & OreoBrandi Payne

A Portland native, Brandi’s love and passion for working with animals previously led her to a job as an Animal Presenter at the Oregon Zoo, where she also interned in the penguin exhibit.

Currently working on completing her Fear Free certification, Brandi is excited to be the newest member of the Roseway Veterinary Hospital Reception team and loves helping clients take care of their animal companions.

Brandi shares her home with her three human children (aka “my littles”) and two Guinea pigs named Rose and Oreo. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, Native American drumming, being outdoors and doing arts & crafts.

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