Dr. Mansfield is a graduate of St. George's University. He spent his first three years of veterinary school on the Caribbean island of Grenada and spent his final year at Purdue University. He has a bachelor's degree in biology from American University in Washington DC. While in Grenada, Dr. Mansfield was a volunteer in spay and neuter programs, he fostered cockatiels and amazons for the Zoo and Exotic Wildlife club, and participated in the sea turtle monitoring program. Dr. Mansfield was a facilitator for the St. Georges Professional Attributes Workshop (PAWS) where he led small group activities in team building workshops for new first term students. He was also the recipient of the Hills Science Diet "Buddy" award presented to a fourth year DVM student who demonstrates excellent problem solving ability in small animal medicine and surgery and has shown high interest and proficiency in the application of nutrition in clinical practice. Dr. Mansfield has participated in several externships including Angell Memorial hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, Wildlife Safari Park in Winston Oregon, and Kruger Park in South Africa, while in Africa he also climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Dr. Mansfield was born in New York and grew up on Long Island. When not practicing medicine, he enjoys hiking, camping, and Scuba diving. He has a dog (Trae), and a cat (Emma).