WVLDI Board of Directors Nominations Sought

The  Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI) invites applications to join the Board of Directions.  WVLDI is dedicated to developing veterinary leadership that reflects the character and goals of veterinarians.   The Board is a group of volunteers (not necessarily women!) who commit to attending the annual meeting at the AVMA and to participating actively in […]

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WVLDI Student Director Application

WVLDI Student Director Application Thank you for considering the Student Director position! We are excited to have a student on the Board of Directors, and truly believe that your voice and opinions are crucial for both our organization and the profession as a whole. We take the Student Director position seriously, and you will be considered a […]

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2019 AVMA Speaker Training Program

The AVMA Speaker Communication Training Program applications are open! Since WVLDI was part of the foundation of this program, we have up to 15 slots specifically for those interested in participating on behalf of WVLDI.Please see the attached documents and applications for more information. All inquiries and applications can be sent to Jodie Taggett at jtaggett@avma.orgSubmissions […]

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Student Director Application Cycle Open – Deadline Extended to Dec. 1!

 The Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative is dedicated to developing and supporting leaders in our profession so that we may deliver on the promise of veterinary medicine to society. Students play an integral role in achieving our mission, and we need you to help us lead the charge. The WVLDI is looking for our next Student […]

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Professional Etiquette Webinar – August 8, 2017

Join WVLDI and CATALYST Veterinary Practice Consultants‘s Rebecca Rose, CVT for our free webinar. There is a work culture expectation, even if nobody on your team takes the time to explain it to you. Seems a bit ironic, your team and management anticipate you to act as a professional, but rarely is Professional Etiquette defined. That […]

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