Dr. Brownlee graduated in 2017 from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She was awarded the Compassionate Animal Care Award her senior year. In her free time, Dr. Brownlee enjoys running, spending time with her family and friends, and cheering on the K-State Wildcats and the Kansas City Royals.
We asked Dr. Brownlee why she loves veterinary medicine, this is what she said:
"When I was nine, I begged my parents for a cat all of my own. When they finally agreed and I got my cat Millie, she completely changed my life and taught me how important the human animal bond is. Millie inspired me to become a veterinarian and I started wanting to become a veterinarian so I could serve others by serving their pets. Veterinarians serve as the liaison between pet owners and their beloved furry family members and I am so excited as well as honored to be working as this role. Learning the medicine that goes into veterinary care is always intriguing and fascinating but caring for animals is my biggest passion when it comes to veterinary medicine. Helping preserve the human animal bond is of utmost importance in my eyes and I intend to strive serving it every day of my career."