Tammy Wynn


Tammy Wynn received a Masters in Clinical Social Work from The University of Louisville in 1983 and is licensed as a Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist. She obtained a Masters in Hospital and Health Administration from Xavier University in 1992.  In 2009, she graduated from the University of Cincinnati Veterinary Technician program and is licensed as a Registered Veterinary Technician in Ohio and Kentucky.  She received the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Distinguished Alumni Award in 2015 for her innovative work in pet hospice and palliative care. 

An example of when passion, life’s purpose, and preparation intersect, Tammy founded Angel’s Paws in 2010. Angel’s Paws multi-disciplinary team provides 24/7 service including pet hospice, home euthanasia, private cremation, grief counseling and free pet loss support groups, all under one roof.  Her skills as a Hospital Administrator, Quality Improvement Consultant, Radio Talk Show Host, Licensed Human Therapist and Registered Vet Tech are perfectly matched for this venture.  Her previous work in her successful consulting business, Team Resources, positioned small and large businesses to excel in sales escalation and outrageous customer service through her quality improvement expertise.  As a pioneer in her field, she loves to support and encourage other like-minded adventurers.  She is one of the five member IAAHPC/ AHPC task force, and was invited by AAHA to collaborate with other leaders in the field to create the AAHA End of Life Guidelines for dogs and cats. She serves as the Education and Conference Chair for IAAHPC.