Dr. Hannah Roseberry – Member

During the pandemic, Hannah and Xan adopted an incredible senior pup who had likely never been part of a loving family. While looking for the perfect playmate for Rose, they learned about Planned PEThood of Georgia and adopted an amazing tri-pawed, Anya. Since then, they have added two cats to the gang as well. As an Obstetrician/Gynecologist in the same rural counties served by Planned PEThood, Hannah sees firsthand the challenging financial choices families are faced with. Hannah is motivated by Planned PEThood’s mission to support families with affordable care clinics so that they can keep their pets safe and healthy. In her free time, Hannah and Xan enjoy exploring and hiking in the North Georgia mountains with their pups.
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Erin Murphy – Member

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Rossana Gutierrez – Member

Rossana Guiterrez has been working in pet product marketing for over a decade, spanning toys, grooming, treats, dental, and most recently focused on pet technology. She currently works at Merck Animal Hospital where she oversees their identification microchip business in the veterinary space. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ricky, and rescue pup, Ernie, going on family road trips, exploring walking trails, and hanging out in downtown Duluth on warm, sunny days. Rossana is looking forward to combining her love of animals and business savvy to help further the mission of Planned PEThood of Georgia and the pets and people they serve.
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Dr. Gloria Dorsey – Member

Gloria Dorsey completed her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Tuskegee University in Alabama. Her career in shelter medicine began more than 27 years ago initially as the Staff Veterinarian before being promoted to Vice President of Medical Services. She is a staunch supporter of animal welfare services which she believes contribute to community health and wellness. Dr. Dorsey is committed to engaging the public about best practices in pet ownership and safe and appropriate interactions between people and animals. She has provided veterinary support on numerous animal cases: pit bull seizures from dog fighting activities; dog and cat hoarding cases; the seizure of 5,000 rats and reptiles in California; the transport of six bears to an animal sanctuary in Colorado; and lots more.

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Amelia DiFranco – Member

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Jason DiFranco – Member

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Craig Benn – Member

Craig is a financial management professional with over 40 years of experience in both start-up and large corporate businesses. Craig has always had a special love for animals and the joy that they bring to people, no matter what the circumstance. While his career did not offer a lot of free time to volunteer with animals, he made it his goal to give back when the time was right. He found Planned PEThood of Georgia several years ago when he had a feral cat problem that he needed help with. He has been a supporter ever since. Craig became involved on the board after hearing of the need to assist with our financial reporting and processes, deciding he could add the most value to the organization in this capacity while still volunteering with the animals whenever possible.
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Donna Crawford – Secretary

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Kevin Lennon Jr. – Treasurer

Kevin Lennon Jr. is a long-time resident of Cobb County. As a former student of Georgia Tech, Kevin currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Advanced Care Partners, a leading pediatric healthcare company specializing in supporting children with complex medical needs. Beyond his professional endeavors, Kevin has a diverse range of interests. In his leisure time, Kevin finds joy in traveling, culinary arts, video gaming, and board games. Committed to giving back to the community, Kevin joined Planned PEThood of Georgia as a volunteer in 2023. His involvement includes assisting with the transportation of rescues after surgery as a part of our Go Fix Georgia program. Additionally, Kevin is a proud pet parent to Olive, a lively Yorkipoo puppy.

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Xan Roseberry – Vice Chair

From frogs to dogs, Xan has always loved animals. During COVID, he and his wife, Hannah, adopted a senior dog, Rose, who gave them tremendous emotional support. Realizing the importance that pets can make on emotional health, Xan is passionate about Planned PEThood’s mission of providing affordable care so that any family can benefit from the love of a pet. In his free time, Xan enjoys experimenting with new treat recipes for his four multi-legged companions and teaching them new tricks.
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