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Women's Leadership in Veterinary Medicine to be Featured at the Western Veterinary Conference

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By Donald F. Smith, Cornell University
Posted February 8, 2014

Join the directors of the Women's Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI) for a four-hour interactive symposium on Women's Leadership in Veterinary Medicine at Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas.

Monday, Feb 17, 2014; 8:00am - 12:00pm
Presenters: Karen Bradley, Julie Kumble, Douglas Aspros and Donald Smith
Karen Bradley, DVM, President WVLDI
Partner, Onion River Animal Hospital, VTJulie Kumble, MEd
Interim CEO, Women's Fund of Western MA
Douglas Aspros DVM, Past President of AVMA;
Partner, Bond Animal Hospital and
Pound Ridge Veterinary Center                      Major Symposium Themes include:
  • Understanding the gap in women's leadership in all professions, with special emphasis on veterinary medicine.
  • Explaining why 30% women in leadership positions in organized veterinary, college administrations, and veterinary corporate boards is critical to maximizing productivity and promotion a diverse and work-friendly environment.
  • Identifying and overcoming some of the factors that contribute to the gap between male and female financial compensation.
  • Identifying the advantages of pursuing opportunities for leadership in the AVMA and state associations, and describing how veterinarians can prepare themselves for these positions.
  • Providing case examples of state organizations, veterinary colleges and corporations that are advancing women's leadership, and describing institutional and other changes that made this possible.
  • Understanding how to develop personal skills to increase the likelihood that you will be prepared for leadership positions.

Please accept my personal invitation to attend part or all of the symposium.

We are grateful to the American Veterinary Medical Association and 
also CEVA Animal Health
for their commitment and generous support.

Dr. Smith can be reached at dfs6@cornell.edu

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