Mikayla Wlodarczyk, Client Communications
Mikayla Wlodarczyk was born a Colorado native but spent most of her time growing up in the great Black Hills of South Dakota. Mikayla’s family also resides here in Rapid City and is growing rapidly. She has a niece, nephew, and another one on the way. Although Mikayla doesn’t have any human children of her own, she has two amazing fur babies; Maeva, who is a 5-year-old Blue Heeler Husky Mix, and Maggie Mae, a 1-year old Border Collie Mix, whom she treats as her own children.
Mikayla has always had a great deal of love for all types of animals ever since she was a small girl. She was fortunate to land an opportunity working as a receptionist for a great veterinarian office. Mikayla has interest in furthering her education and becoming a registered veterinarian technician. Helping animals is something she is very passionate about.
Outside of work Mikayla has a wide variety of other interests and hobbies that she is passionate about. These include painting, cooking, gardening, hiking, spending time with family/friends, and of course adventures with her dogs.
Madelynn Boam, Client Communications
I was born in Farmington, NM. I didn’t stay in New Mexico for long though and I’ve lived pretty much everywhere in the west. Out of all of the places I have lived though, South Dakota is by far my favorite. I’ve really made myself at home with the wonderful wilderness surrounding the area.
I am still a high school student; however, I graduate this year. I’ve been very fortunate to work at TLC and enjoy every second of working as a receptionist. Doctor Teets has been very understanding about my work, school, life balance and has helped me along every second of the way.
I plan to get my Masters in Nuclear Physics at The University of Lincoln in Nebraska. I’ve already been accepted into the university with honors. In terms of school, I am in the top 1% of Stevens High School and have taken almost every advanced placement course that Stevens has to offer.
I do love to work with animals even though I am a physics head. I have two guinea pigs of my own, Thomas and Augustine, and can’t wait to get a dog once I’m done with my degree. I was offered the idea of working at TLC from my aunt who was a vet tech at the time.
Outside of TLC, I am involved in the Stevens High School German Club, the Stevens Joint AP Design Group, and I tutor students in math and science. Outside of school, I am very passionate about hiking, drawing, reading, and playing Dungeons and Dragons with a small group of friends.
If you come to the clinic and get me started talking about any of those things, I won’t stop until it’s time to close the clinic. I hope to see you and your furry critters at TLC