Dr. Mike Dunn, Ed.D.
Interim Board Chair
Mike Dunn is the Dean of College & Career Counseling at Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center, a tuition-free boarding school located in Estes Park, CO that engages students in an experiential, liberatory high school experience. Mike helps Eagle Rock students find a path for continued learning after they graduate. A proud Public Allies alum, service work is at the heart of Mike’s life mission. He serves as the executive chair of the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling’s Inclusion, Access, and Success committee, and is also on the board of PhilHarmonia. Mike studied History at Michigan State University, Teaching at Wayne State University, and completed a Doctorate from Northeastern University. He lives with his partner Caitlin and their dog Kelly, a proud P&A alum, in Estes Park, CO.
Lori Goodman has nine years of experience volunteering with her certified therapy dogs at local hospitals and schools, including Children Hospital of Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr Hospital and Nemours DuPont Children’s Hospital. Lori and her dogs have participated in numerous clinical trials to evidence the efficacy of the programs and often speaks to groups about the power and importance of therapy dogs. In addition, Lori volunteers with Home at Last to house pregnant rescue dogs before and after they give birth. She weens the litter and finds them all homes once they reach 8 weeks of age. Prior to starting a family, Lori graduated from Syracuse University and worked in the non-profit sector planning fundraising events. Lori lives in Wynnewood, PA with her husband, three children, and two dogs.
Mark Quien has degrees from Temple and Harvard Law and now works at EPAM Systems Inc. where he manages and leads teams in the completion of acquisitions of private and public companies. More importantly, he is a huge dog lover and loves being involved with a small, animal centered, non-profit. He enjoys being part of P&A, an organization with a family-like atmosphere because he is a contributor to an authentic and valuable mission rather than a cog in a machine. Mark lives in Fishtown with his Australian cattle dog named Goose.
P&A Facility Dog Handler of Golden Retriever Louie
Kelly Raudenbush, MA is the Executive Director at The Sparrow Fund, a nonprofit based in Phoenixville that serves foster and adopted children and their families. She is a child and family therapist and a certified facility dog handler through the P&A program. She and Louie have been serving families together since he joined her as her “cotherapist” in 2018. Together, they help children process their stories and empower parents to build connections with each other and their children. Kelly joined our board in 2020, offering her unique nonprofit experience as well as first-hand experience as one of our Paws & Affection dog handler teams. She lives in Phoenixville with her husband Mark, their four children, two cats, Louie, and TSF facility dog “Intern” Banks.
Meet Our Veterinarian
Dr. Kristen Lohr, VMD
Kristen is a veterinarian at Devon Vet Hospital in Devon, PA. She began working there in 1999 upon graduation from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in Malvern and spent her weekends working for a local veterinarian starting at the age of 16. She attended the University of Pennsylvania for her undergrad and earned a degree in Biology. Her specialties in the veterinary field are surgery and behavior medicine. Kristen and Devon Vet Hospital are the primary caregivers to the Paws and Affection team, and they couldn’t be in better hands! Kristen was on the Paws and Affection board for the first 6 years of the organization and continues to support us in a multitude of ways.