Dr. Wallace grew up in Charleston, SC. She graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA. Following college, she attended University of Georgia for veterinary school and received her DVM in 2012.
After spending multiple summers working in the DC area during college and vet school, she was excited to have the opportunity to come back to Northern Virginia after graduating. She completed a one-year small animal rotating internship at SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center before working as a General Practitioner at a progressive small animal veterinary hospital in Arlington, VA. In 2014 she moved to Philadelphia to complete a residency in Small Animal Medical Genetics, Pediatrics, & Reproduction at the University of Pennsylvania. She passed the American College of Theriogenologists specialty licensing board with an emphasis in small animal reproduction in the July 2016. In addition to reproduction, Dr. Wallace also has a special interest in breed-related diseases/genetics, oncology, veterinary acupuncture, and geriatric medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Wallace enjoys running, painting, hiking, shopping, the DC indie music scene, and exploring the city. She shares her home with Griffin (a well-bred Cavalier King Charles Spaniel), Bea (an English Toy Spaniel), and a lovable “dog-like” cat named Harper.