Marissa Greenberg joined the Animal Care Clinic team in June 2006. Marissa grew up in Whittier, CA. She then graduated from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo with a degree in Animal Science and worked at Animal Care Clinic as a veterinary nurse during her undergraduate studies. She earned her DVM from Washington State University in 2006 and plans on becoming an ABVP diplomat. Marissa’s special interests include oncology, pain management/prevention, leadership and communication.
She has been a very active participant in many forms of community
service, such as Relay For Life, both on the Central Coast and in Washington state. She has also played an instrumental role in helping to develop curriculum for the new ROP Veterinary Science course in the SLO H.S. Ag Department. She constantly volunteers to teach the students and advisors of the FFA. She enjoys riding, training and showing her cow horse.
Greenberg also enjoys spending time with family and friends, camping, hiking, cooking and baking. Marissa loves spending time with her dogs Slink and Mico. She enjoys spending time training Mico and showing him in obedience trials.