Stephanie Krohn


Inside Sales Manager

Stephanie has over 10 years of experience working with customers and autogenous vaccines. Her experience is well-rounded, having worked with veterinarians and producers from the clinic, pharmacy and biologics levels. Stephanie’s work is key to ensuring our customers have a good experience throughout the entire autogenous vaccine process.

“What I enjoy the most about working at Cambridge Technologies is the team approach we have to help our customers find solutions to their needs. It is not just one person working on the solution, it is everyone from Customer Service and Vet Tech to R&D and Production…we are a TEAM.”

“Spending time with my family, gardening in the summer and doing puzzles in the winter."

"'FOREVER' Squints from Sandlot."

Danielle McKewon

Danielle McKeown

 Director of Regulatory Affairs, Licensed Products

Danielle has spent more than 15 years in animal health and microbiology with the majority of that time being spent working in research and development and as a molecular diagnostics scientist. She also has experience as a research analyst and operations manager. As the Director of Regulatory – Licensed Products, Danielle ensures compliance with all governmental rules and regulations. Prior to assuming this position, Danielle was the Diagnostics Laboratory Manager for Cambridge.

Emily Collin

Emily Collin

Director of Regulatory Affairs, Non-Licensed Products

Dr. Collin has over 15 years of experience in the animal health industry. Prior to joining Cambridge, she worked at Ceva Animal Health as a scientist in the Scientific Services and Investigation Unit (SSIU) working on swine and poultry virology. Emily has also worked as a research assistant at Kansas State University while she was finishing research for her Ph.D. from South Dakota State University. She began her career in animal health at Newport Laboratories where she worked for 10 years. 

“Working in animal health, especially in the autogenous vaccine field, means that every day is unique and presents with challenges and opportunities.  It is rewarding to see the efforts you invested in diagnostics and research providing solutions to producer’s problems and to make a difference”.

Driven, experienced and scientific.

"Explore the area with my husband and dogs."

"Probably a tie between Spain and the UK/Ireland."

Brooke Fletcher

Brooke Fletcher

Customer Service Specialist

Brooke started her animal health career 6 years ago at Prairie Holdings where she worked in Human Resources. She joined the Cambridge Customer Support team in January of 2021. Brooke received a bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Dakota State University.

Brooke enjoys working with customers and the friendly, upbeat atmosphere at Cambridge. As a customer service specialist, Brooke works closely with our clients making the whole custom vaccine process simple and easy.

"Quality, Service, Flexible."

"Spending time with my family. In the summers we camp around the area most weekends."

"My husband and I enjoyed a honeymoon in Ireland over Saint Patrick’s Day."


Stacy Einck-Paul

Account Manager

Stacy has worked as a veterinary technician, a licensed pharmacy technician, and has managed a professional show dog kennel. Stacy’s is often the voice you will hear when you call Cambridge, and she will work to get you the answers to your questions in a friendly and efficient manner. Aside from work at Cambridge Stacy is an avid dog breeder/lover and competes at dog shows all over the world.

“I love the tight knit team atmosphere and working for an owner operated company.”

"Traveling all over the world, showing my dogs at conformation shows that I have bred, own and raised."

"Going over to visit friends in Iceland and camping in July when the sun never sets and it was daylight 24 hours a day."

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Rachael Jansma

Customer Service Representative

Rachel graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2015 with a degree in Animal Science. She spent the first seven years of her career in livestock supply and pharmaceutical sales, specializing in water quality, pest management and calf health and welfare. Her passion is animal health and welfare as well as promoting the dairy industry. She enjoys working with clients and helping to make the autogenous vaccine process an easy and enjoyable experience. In her free time, she enjoys camping, furniture flipping, going for walks and spending time with her husband and two children.

Lariza Valverde-Sanchez

Lariza Valverde-Sanchez

Regulatory Administrative Assistant

As an Administrative Assistant in the Regulatory Department, Lariza assists in ensuring Cambridge Technologies’ products and practices adhere to USDA standards. Her prior work experience in accounting gives her the attention to detail and logical approach that is needed when working with government protocols. Lariza said she enjoys how friendly and organized the Cambridge team is, and she describes the company as being helpful and prompt. When she is not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her family.

Jamie Langseth

Jamie Langseth

Regulatory Specialist

Jamie started at Cambridge in 2017 managing accounts in customer support. In addition to that, her job has recently expanded to include work in regulatory affairs. She works between production and customer service to ensure USDA compliance when placing orders and storing biologic material. Jamie received an associate’s degree in Agriculture Business Management while caring for her son Ethan, and decided on Ag business management after growing up on a hog farm.

“I enjoy my co-workers, and I enjoy talking with vets and helping them find solutions to issues they are facing. Most days are similar, but never the same.”

"I like to cook, garden, and read."

"Any vacation is a good vacation. Somewhere with cocktails on a beach."

Lisa A Rogers

Lisa A Rogers

Regulatory Specialist

Lisa has spent her entire career in various customer support, operations, and management roles in the animal health industry. Having worked for large multinational companies, she brings a working knowledge and different perspective of the industry as well as excellent customer relations to the department, where she works with veterinarians and their staff in preparing and managing Non-Adjacent paperwork as well as isolate extensions and expiration notifications. Lisa originally was drawn to the animal health industry because she loves interacting with veterinarians and their staff and appreciates the work that they do and is excited to be able to continue that relationship through a smaller, customer-focused organization. As she continues with the company, Lisa plans to assist in implementing both internal and external procedures that can simplify the Regulatory process for Cambridge customers.

Garden, Garden, Garden, anything outside!

My husband Dan and I took a trip to Costa Rica with my brother and sister in law and friends. Best get away ever! Warm, sunny and beautiful!  My kind of paradise!