board of directors




Dr. Sonnya Wilkins, President
Dr. Sonnya Wilkins holds the position of President for the Twin Harbors Wildlife Center. She is a 1999 graduate of Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been the owner and medical director of Grays Harbor Veterinary Services since 2003. Dr. Sonnya is co-owner of an online pet supply company, Famous Shamus Pet Supplies, founded in 2010. She is co-director and co-founder of Twin Harbors Wildlife Center, founded in 2019. Dr. Wilkins enjoys being involved in her community. She is married with three children and three grandchildren. In her spare time, she enjoys concerts, travel, fishing, sewing and quilting, and spending time with her family.


Dr. Corrie Hines, Vice President
Dr. Corrie Hines holds the position of Vice President for Twin Harbors Wildlife Center. She has been rehabilitating wildlife since 1997 and has experience with over 360 species. Dr. Corrie has been a veterinarian since 2018.She is the co-director and co-founder of Twin Harbors Wildlife Center.


Lauri Leirdahl, Esq., Secretary
Lauri Leirdahl, Esq. holds the position of Secretary for Twin Harbors Wildlife Center. She has been an attorney, in California and in Washington for 26 years. Although officially retired, she continues as a volunteer attorney for a legal clinic and helping Veterans with VA paperwork. She is actively involved in the Quilts of Valor organization, awarding quilts to Veterans who have been touched by war. She enjoys spending time with her family and her three Labradors.


Jeff Lewis, Treasurer
Jeff Lewis holds the position of Treasurer for THWC and has more than 25 years of experience in the sales and delivery of complex software and hardware solutions to both enterprise and government customers. His areas of expertise include in Business Process, Sales Operations and Financial Planning & Administration. Jeff is based in Rhode Island and holds an MBA with a focus in Entrepreneurship from Babson College in Wellesley, MA.


Talia Bailey
Talia Bailey is a fisheries biologist working on her master’s degree in marine science. She started with THWC as our grant writer and now serves on our board of directors.


Debbie Campbell
Debbie Campbell spent a good portion of her work career as a clinic manager for a dental office. She was also a senior volunteer at a Wildlife Center for five years. After retiring from dentistry, she worked for a Veterinarian clinic for five years learning a great deal about exotic birds and reptiles. This led to a 3-month volunteer experience at a Wildlife Sanctuary in Costa Rica. For the past five years, she spends a month or two each year as a volunteer working with local wildlife of Costa Rica, with a concentration on the infant and juvenile Howler Monkeys.

Debbie is also very active in publishing a calendar that is sold locally and internationally via website. She shares a home with her life partner of 45 years. Although a PNW native of 60+ years, she recently moved to the Southwest. She traded in the rain, towering pines, raccoons and corvids, for sun, old tall Saguaros, with Screech Owls, Desert Wrens and Gila Woodpeckers living and nesting within their arms and holes.


How Can I Help?

The average cost for one week of basic rehabilitation care varies with the type of animal that comes to Twin Harbors Wildlife Center: $35 for each bird, $55 for each baby mammal, and $79 for each raptor. In order to provide the necessary care to rehabilitate wildlife, we rely heavily on individual donors like you.