Our Team

Krystal Procise

Hello, I am Krystal. I am the director at woofwoof fosters. I used to live in Indiana, where I met my husband. We moved to Tennessee in 2019 where we finally found our current home. I have always had animals growing up and always seemed to have multiple dogs of my own wherever I went. My past furkids were rescues and stayed with me until they passed in my arms. My passion is loving animals of all kinds and sharing that passion with our daughter. I founded woofwoof fosters because there is a great need for homeless, lost, and neglected dogs/puppies to find a safe place.
I am so grateful to have the space at my residence to help them feel safe! One thing to know about me is that I suffered from a head injury in 2018. Helping save dogs and puppies in need has been like therapy for me! I wouldn't change it for the world! My goal in life is to help end the suffering that dogs and puppies go through. 

Meagan Gilmore
Board Member

Hello, I’m Meagan and I am a speech pathologist by trade but I have always had a passion for helping animals.  I went to IU-Bloomington for graduate school where I met my now husband.  I am originally from Saint Louis but moved to Lenoir City 8 years ago.   I try my best to volunteer every week at the Loudon County Animal Shelter.  I met Krystal when I was searching for help with a dog that was found in my neighborhood.  This dog is now named Wesley and is still in the care of woofwoof fosters.  I enjoy writing bios and taking photos of the dogs for their adoption profiles.  I have 2 rescue dogs of my own and I love to take them hiking and swimming.  

Courtney Wright
Board Member

Hi! I am Courtney. I am a teacher, but have always loved animals, especially dogs. I am originally from New Mexico, but have made my way to East Tennessee with my boyfriend and 3 fur-babies (one that has come from a foster fail at woofwoof fosters)! I had been volunteering at the city shelter in Madisonville before they merged their dogs with the county. I have met some wonderful people who are doing great things for these local dogs. I am so happy to be able to be on this team with like-minded women who want to make a difference in the lives of homeless and lost dogs here in East Tennessee.