Lori Nordt is a 1992 graduate of the University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced as an associate veterinarian in southern New Jersey for 12 years before opening Atlantic Animal Health Center in 2005. She is active in animal welfare providing services to many non-profit animal rescue groups including Alley Cat Allies, Cape Atlantic Cats, Wildlife Aid, Animal Network, and Penny's Angel's Beagle Rescue. Other community projects include low cost spay/neuter services for TNR organizations and sponsoring the annual Spay Day event providing free surgical services for pets of low income families. In addition, Dr. Nordt finds loving homes for 50+ cats and kittens annually through Atlantic Animal Health Center's adoption center. Dr. Nordt lives on a small farm in Galloway township with 75 of her own adopted animals, many of them former victims of animal cruelty.
Gordon Stull, VMD
Gordon Stull is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He has devoted his professional career to companion animal practice as a practice owner in Southern New Jersey. Over the years Dr. Stull has found himself more and more involved in animal welfare issues both in his own work and as a member of the Board of Directors of AVAR and other local welfare organizations. Dr Stull recently served his governor as a member of the New Jersey Animal Welfare Task Force. He is currently the Director of the Burlington County Feral Cat Initiative, which is a model TNR program offering free TNR services to towns in Burlington County, New Jersey. He is also President of Millennium Wildlife Sciences, where he is currently involved in a joint project with the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine working on an injectable sterilant for black bears.