Licensed Veterinary Technicians

All of our licensed technicians regularly attend continuing education so that they can remain current with veterinary medicine. It is important to us to provide quality, up to date care in pain management and all other aspects of veterinary medicine. We feel that communication between our staff and clients is very important. The technicians will take time to help you understand your pet’s diagnostic and treatment options so that you feel confident in the care they receive.

Alli Pearmine, LVT

Alli earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental science from the University of San Diego. She moved to Fairbanks in the spring of 2002. After working for a dog musher Alli continued in the veterinary field and became a licensed vet technician in 2005. Alli continues her love for veterinary medicine and this fall of 2021 will be celebrating her 15th year at North Pole Veterinary Hospital. Outside of work, Alli enjoys traveling, scuba diving, sports, the outdoors and cabin life. Alli loves participating in agility with her dogs as well as cooking, baking and of course eating all the good things she makes

Brent Moore, CVT

Brent has worked in veterinary medicine since 2001, he worked at a specialty hospital for 7 years before joining our hospital in 2018, he is a true asset to our growing team of professionals. When Brent isn’t working he likes to fish, hunt and be outdoors.

Krystal Todd, LVT

Krystal has been a technician since 2005. She has attended continuing education classes on dentistry and has learned current advanced dentistry techniques to provide high-quality dental care for your pet.

Patricia McCall, LVT

Patty hails from Colorado, where she received her AAS in Veterinary Technology in 2005 at Colorado Mountain College. She moved to Fairbanks in 2006 with her husband and loves the opportunities Alaska has to offer. She loves being the mom of two sweet boys and three dogs, and spends as much time as she can outdoors, gardening, camping, and hiking.

Victoria Yost, LVT

Vickie was born and raised in North Pole, Alaska. She has a passion for animals and loves helping the local community with their pets. In her spare time Vickie enjoys Alaska with her husband, their daughter, a pack of Malamute and Siberian husky dogs and two horses.

Veterinary Assistants

Our Veterinary Assistants play an important role in ensuring that your pet receives the best care possible while visiting our hospital. They are a knowledgeable part of our staff and are available to help answer any questions you may have concerning the well-being of your pet.


Mara Renneberg

Mara is from Tok, Alaska. She has a bachelor’s degree of Arts and Sciences and a minor in education from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Mara is currently pursuing her veterinary technician license. She is married to Erik and they have a son, Kade. They have nine dogs and a cat. Mara is passionate about animal care and animal behavior.

Katie Fredericksen

Katie came to Alaska because of the military. She joined the NPVH team in 2017. Katie spends a large part of her free time caring for her animals which include the snakes Cornflake and Cinnamon, the cats Jack, Kitters, Lager, and Stout, and finally the Bernese Mountains dogs Abby and Porter. Her leftover time is spent with her 2 children and husband.

Kira Chapman

Kira is a dog musher who loves all things medicine and patient care. When not at work, she enjoys training her dogs and playing outdoors.

Brianna Kot

Brianna has been a military brat her whole life, but has made Alaska her home for the past 7 years. She aspires to be a veterinarian, but for now is working on her bachelors degree in biological sciences. In her free time, she enjoys life with her boyfriend Zachary while playing with her cat Smokey and her malamute puppy Athena.

Olivia Arenz

Olivia grew up in rural Illinois where she went on to receive her bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Illinois. Olivia and her husband moved to North Pole, Alaska in May of 2020 while he is currently stationed at Fort Wainwright Army base. Olivia is passionate about animal care with special interests in senior care and radiology. In her free time, Olivia loves to bake and travel. Olivia has enjoyed her time so far working at the vet and cannot wait to meet you and your pets at North Pole Veterinary Hospital.

Denver Evans

Denver was born and raised in Alaska. When not working, she can be found running her dog team, kayaking, and writing novels. She also enjoys training her Malinois and doing yoga.

Chay Martinez

Photo and bio coming soon!

Nelcy Evans

Nelcy was born in Colombia but moved to Pennsylvania when she was 12. Nelcy and her family have enjoyed living in a multitude of places thanks to her husband’s career in the United States Air Force. Nelcy, her family and their 2 dogs love to be in nature hiking, camping and anything that helps them feel more connected to Alaska. Nelcy hopes to one day obtain her veterinary technician licensure which she is working towards currently by attending the Penn Foster Vet Technician Program. For now, Nelcy spends her days working in the clinic, enjoying time with her family and seeking to enjoy all the adventure Alaska has to offer.

Natasha Pomerov

Natasha joined the North Pole Veterinary Hospital team during May of 2021. Natasha was born in Oregon but relocated right here to Alaska where she spent most of her childhood and has remained into adulthood. Natasha has an M. Ed. in Counseling, is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (KA) through APDT and is currently in school to obtain her Veterinary Technician licensure. Natasha hopes to finish school with her licence while continuing to build her dog training business with a focus on behavior modification and relationship-based dog training. Natasha loves helping owners build better relationships with their beloved pets and is excited to be able to do so right here at North Pole Veterinary Hospital. When not at work Natasha loves to spend time with her dogs Dinah, a Saint Bernard and Olaf, a Newfoundland. Natasha is looking forward to growing her relationships and skills within the clinic.

Angie Niles

Angie joined the North Pole Veterinary Hospital team in June of 2021. Angie was born and raised in Wisconsin (Go Pack Go!) and moved to Idaho in 2018 before moving to Alaska in April of 2021 with her husband due to his job in the United States Air Force. Angie earned her masters degree in dairy reproductive physiology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison doing work with both artificial insemination and embryo transfer. Angie also spent some time being a fitness instructor. Angie hopes to one day earn her Master Scuba diver certification. Angie has 3 dogs and one horse. Angie’s favorite animal is the horse closely followed by the manatee. Angie and her husband hope to get another horse someday soon.

Katrina Pawlaczyk

In 2004 Katrina moved to Alaska from Upstate New York to learn about dog mushing. After competing in several long distance races and working as a mushing guide on a glacier in the summer she finished her BS degree in wildlife biology from UAF. She worked around the country as a biologist and moved back to Fairbanks in 2020 with her sights on the UAF veterinary program. Katrina has been part of the NPVH team since August of this year and particularly loves meeting all the clients and their pets as this is a rare moment in her life that she is petless.

Allison Wolff

Allison started working at North Pole Veterinary Hospital in October of 2020. Allison and her husband Jesse are originally from Green Bay, Wisconsin but due to Jesse’s job in the United States Army they are currently stationed here at Fort Wainwright. Allison has a bachelors degree in biology and is currently working on her application to vet school. Allison and Jesse have two dogs, Emerald and Freya as well as one cat named Ruby. When not at work Allison loves to go on runs and adventure around Alaska with her husband and her animals.

Stephanie Kelly

Stephanie was born in Fairbanks, Alaska and after marrying her high school sweetheart Christopher, has remained in the area ever since. Stephanie has been grooming with her family since she was a junior in high school and has been grooming at North Pole Veterinary Hospital for about 2 years. Stephanie, when not grooming, helps around the hospital with all patients and doctors by assisting in the treatment area. Stephanie is a huge animal lover but particularly loves to spend time with all of her animals. Stephanie has Wooka the shih tzu, Blazer the Australian shepherd, Turbo the pembroke welsh corgi, Pumpkin the orange tabby, two turtles, a few chickens, and a few goats. When not working Stephanie loves to go on adventures, especially fishing adventures with her husband Christopher. Stephanie is so excited to continue to grow her vet skills and knowledge.