Staff

 Ann Wondolowski, Interim Executive Director

Ann Wondolowski has stepped down from the board as Treasurer to act as our Interim Executive Director, she joined the board in June 2014.  Ann is a retired Information Technology Leader who spent over 25 years in the high tech industry. She served as the Chief Information Officer at Force10 Networks, and prior to that held a variety of senior level roles at Sun Microsystems. In her “Second career” Ann has started working in the Nonprofit sector, and most recently has been a Project Manager at the Humane Society Silicon Valley. She has worked as a volunteer with a variety of Nonprofit groups, including SeniorNet of San Jose, Community Leaders at the Service of Society (CLASS), MentorNet, Junior Achievement and Golden Gate Lab Rescue.

Ann holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley, an M.S. in Chemical Engineering and Computer Science from Stanford University, and an M.B.A. from Southern New Hampshire University. She has two dogs (one rescued through Golden Gate Lab Rescue and the other adopted from HSSV), one cat who was recently adopted from the Humane Society Silicon Valley, and the occasional foster dog. She is excited at the opportunity to work with Town Cats and help make a difference for the cats and the community.

R. Bing Dilts, DVM, Staff Veterinarian

Dr. R. Bing Dilts (Dr. Bing) came to Town Cats in May, 2014. Dr. Bing graduated from U.C. Davis in 1984 (B.S. Animal Science), 1988 (M.S. Animal Science—Genetics and Reproduction) and 1989 (D.V.M.) and from University of Florida in 2013 (Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Forensics). She has worked in small animal, equine and shelter practices and was the shelter vet for San Francisco Animal Care and Control for over 18 years. She was the vet on the Diane Whipple fatal dog mauling case (2001) and was also involved in the Cosco Busan oil spill cleanup (2007). She was on “Animal Cops: San Francisco” for the one season it aired on Animal Planet (2005). Dr. Bing’s pets are one cat (Oliver), a tank of tropical fish and a pair of South American frogs (Tad and Froggie).   She likes to garden and go to art and wine festivals in the summertime. She is currently working on a Master’s degree from University of Florida in Veterinary Forensics. She expects to complete it by the end of 2015.