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Owner, Veterinarian

After an injury ended a career path in ballet, Dr. Mary Beth Morgan decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. She first considered orthopedic medicine but realized human medicine was not to her liking. Animals became her passion. She attended the University of Pennsylvania College of Arts and Sciences and received a degree in Biology.

Dr. Mary Beth Morgan graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Upon graduating, she persevered through a general medicine and surgery internship at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, where she continued working as a staff doctor for the next 23 years. 

Dr. Morgan has volunteered her time and veterinary expertise to numerous causes. She has spoken at countless career days from nursery schools to high schools, served as the on-site vet for dog walks including MCSPCA, L’Oreal Because Your Dog is Worth it and Sgt. Denny, and taught first-aid lectures for State Police K9 handlers. Dr. Morgan continues to volunteer for Save US Pets, which provides financial assistance to pets in need.

While working at RBVH, Dr. Morgan also worked at Fanwood Animal Hospital and Marlboro Animal Hospital. In addition, she worked at the Monmouth County SPCA doing surgery for their spay/neuter clinics and other surgeries such as enucleations and amputations for shelter animals. 

Over the years, Dr. Morgan thought about owning her own practice. After 23 years at RBVH, she finally committed to making her dream a reality. In 2018, with the help of her husband and family, Dr. Morgan left RBVH to create TouchStone Veterinary Center. Together, they renovated parts of the old hospital themselves to create a brand new space that was calm, clean and welcoming.

Dr. Morgan has always had a love for big mushy dogs. She has owned mastiffs for over 25 years. She also has a soft spot for special needs cases and has taken in a bullmastiff with a heart defect, a bulldog with a cleft palate, and most recently a bulldog with a heart defect.

Dr. Morgan and her husband have 3 daughters and 2 sons. They share their home with a deaf bulldog, an English cream golden retriever, 4 mastiffs, an albino leopard gecko and a bearded dragon.




Dr. Mostowy has always loved learning about and working with animals. After earning her college degree in biology, she worked at Monroe Animal Hospital as a receptionist and assistant. In 2014, she moved up to Ithaca, NY to attend Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation from vet school in 2018, Dr. Mostowy returned to her home state of New Jersey and continued her education by completing a rotating internship at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital from 2018-2019. In August of 2019, she joined us here at TouchStone. Although cats are her absolute favorite furry friends, Dr. Mostowy enjoys seeing a variety of creatures.

Outside of work, Dr. Mostowy enjoys spending time outdoors, eating ice cream, and snuggling with her kitties.




Dr. Russo has always had a passion for animals, spending most of her spare time growing up at the horse barn. She received her undergraduate degree in animal science from Clemson University (Go Tigers!).  She then obtained her veterinary degree from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015, where she had a particular interest in shelter medicine and dermatology. Dr. Russo grew up on Long Island, NY but after veterinary school moved NJ with her husband. Outside the office Dr. Russo enjoys horseback riding, spending time at the beach and being with her family, her husband, two young  children and two rescue dogs.




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Hospital Manager

Erin has been in the veterinary field for over 15 years. She started working in animal shelters, and moved to Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in 2008. Through these experiences, Erin has developed a love for general practice and surgery.

Side by side, Dr. Morgan and Erin built TouchStone from the ground up. Her role evolved from technician to hospital manager as TouchStone’s family grew. In this new position, she deftly manages the day-to-day workings of the hospital while continuing the work she loves as a technician.

When she is not at work, Erin enjoys spending time with her husband, Tom and son, Marshall. Erin has two dogs of her own, Blaze and Sebastian.



Surgery Technician

Joanne comes to TouchStone with over 10 years of experience in the veterinary field. She graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Media Studies in 2009. However, a part time job while in school lead her to follow her passion of working with animals. She got her start at a high volume spay and neuter clinic, and has since worked at Associated Humane Society and The Animal Hospital of Linden. She also spent many years as a volunteer for Woodlands Wildlife Refuge. Joanne has gone back to school to pursue a Veterinary Technician degree, and is currently one semester away from sitting for the licensing exam.
Outside of work, Joanne can usually be found at the park with her son, Nicholas, and her husband, Shawn. Her furry and shelled friends at home include dogs Travis and Kylie, cat Lincoln, and tortoise April. 



Veterinary Technician

Laurie has always had a love for animals and decided to follow through by going back to school to get her AVA (Approved Veterinary Assistant) at Brookdale Community College. She completed her 90 hours of clinical training at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital and passed her test to receive her AVA. Her veterinary career started at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital. She started as a veterinary assistant, and then a veterinary assistant supervisor, and finally becoming a veterinary technician in the general practice department. In 2020, Laurie joined the team at TouchStone Veterinary Center.

When not at work, Laurie loves to spend her time on the beach and working in her garden. Her other passions are baking and cooking. She also loves cuddle-time with her pups, Callie and Emma.

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Veterinary Technician

Jamie comes to TouchStone with 8 years of experience in the veterinary field. She went to college in North Carolina for a degree in assistant veterinary medicine. She then moved back to NJ to start in her very first hospital in 2014. She also spent time volunteering for Onslow animal shelter in NC. A little fun fact about Jamie is that she is also Certified in the Human medical field as well. Outside of work, Jamie enjoys spending her time outside with her significant other Bryan & their son Colton, along with their Feline fur babies Valentino and Vinny.

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Veterinary Technician

Kristin comes to TouchStone with over 10 years’ experience as a veterinary technician. Not only does she assist in appointments with our doctors, but she is also one of our anesthesia technicians. Kristin has always loved working with animals and could not imagine any other career. When not at work, you can find her hanging with her two ADBA/UKC American Pit Bull Terriers hiking, or at a dog show/sporting competition.



Receptionist and Veterinary Technician

Marielle started volunteering for her local dog rescue at 16 which prompted her passion for working with animals. A few years later, she got her first job as a receptionist in veterinary medicine. She had worked as a receptionist for 3 years before starting her training as a technician at TouchStone. In her spare time, she still volunteers in dog rescue and spends her days off playing with her German Shepherd, Birdie and her Husky-mix, Willie! Marielle’s favorite dogs are German Shepherds, but she will go crazy for any working breed!

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Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant

Sara always had a love for animals and in 2016 she studied to become an approved vet assistant at Brookdale Community College. Sara completed her 90+ hours of clinical study at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital and passed her AVA test. She worked as a receptionist at RBVH for 3 years where she worked her way up to become the weekend supervisor. In July of 2020, she joined TouchStone to expand her knowledge and grow in her veterinary medicine career path. Outside of work, Sara enjoys painting and playing with her dog, Parker.




Just like her coworkers, Shannon has been passionate about animals her entire life. After graduating from Coastal Carolina University with a bachelor's in marine science, she decided to move back home to New Jersey to be closer to family. Shortly after moving home, Shannon began working at RBVH where she quickly realized how much she enjoyed working in the veterinary field. In November of 2020, she joined the TouchStone team as a receptionist, but can now also be found working on social media content or assisting with appointments when needed. 

Outside of the office, Shannon is passionate about her two dogs (Ruger & Kiwi), working K9s, bully breeds, rugby and everything related to the ocean.




From very early on, Andrea has always had a love for animals – especially cats. Prior to working at TVC, Andrea was a manager at PetSmart and assisted in their grooming salon, where she came to find that she really loved working in a job that allowed her to be so hands-on with animals. Andrea also has a passion for animal care and wellness, which led her to pursue a career at TouchStone.

Outside of work, Andrea loves spending time with her friends, family and her two cats – Grif and Figaro (aka Chicken). Andrea also enjoys day trips to the beach and good food.



Veterinary Technician

As the daughter of Dr. Mary Beth Morgan, Haley has grown up around animals and veterinarians her whole life. She worked as a veterinary assistant at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, and then TouchStone as a technician. Haley is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences. Currently, she is working at TouchStone while home on her breaks from veterinary school at the University of Dublin.



Emotional Support

You can't resist this face!

Pig is Dr. Morgan's nine-year-old, deaf English Bulldog. Pig plays a huge role in the TouchStone office by providing emotional support to staff, clients and patients.

Pig is both dog and people-friendly. If you give her butt scratches, she'll love you forever!

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